By Roland Enya-Forte
The Industrial training Fund has concluded a 2-day “Nationwide MSME Post-Clinic Intervention Project 2018” workshop for entrepreneurs in Calabar.
The workshop which was facilitated by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in collaboration with Jos Business School is aimed at continuously building the capacity of entrepreneurs in the State in particular and across the nation as revealed by Mr. Ezekiel Gomos, the Executive Director and Founder of Jos Business School.
He further disclosed that “capacity building is the primary pillar for growing the productivity of entrepreneurs in the country, hence, this initiative from the Industrial Training Fund will help in building a diversified national economy.”
The workshop curriculum covered topics like Success Factors in Business, Business Planning, Marketing and Customer Retention Strategies as well as Basic Accounting and Book-Keeping.
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