In the age we live in, knowledge is created when one has access to crucial information and without it, many businesses would crumble even before they start. And so, with the continued increase in the need for digital skills as well as women-led businesses, offering practical support with the right training is vital and would really help startups.
So @Maxdotng is hosting 30 Business women to an amazing afternoon of learning, networking, (makeup and photography) and lunch.
For FREE too!
Tag someone you know would love to take part – only 14 slots available
— FROCH COUTURE (@FrochCouture) May 25, 2018
That is why Max.ng, Nigeria’s leading bike-hailing platform is organizing a digital training for female entrepreneurs to provide women-led startups with access to skills like digital marketing to help them grow a more successful and sustainable business. The Max Business Academy for women would be hosting 30 Business women to an amazing afternoon of learning and networking, (makeup and photography) for free.
The training which is slated for Tuesday, 29th May, 2018 would be teaching female entrepreneurs on how to use digital marketing and Facebook ads to promote their businesses effectively. Participants would learn how to access funding to scale their businesses,have access to a case study of businesses that work in Lagos, and learn how to kick start their own business including lunch for the day. All these, including lunch, is free for intending participants.
Although registration for the training is free, limited seats are available and registration is compulsory. You can click here to register.
About Metro Access Express (MAX)
Metro Access Express (MAX) is a company that offers delivery service (MaxNow) and Ride-hailing (MaxGo). Max.ng is on a mission to fix Africa’s notorious last-mile delivery and online-retail problems by using mobile and web platforms to connect consumers, retail businesses and independent drivers in real-time.
The company wants to eliminate all logistics and technology barriers that have historically prevented retail businesses in Africa from realizing their full potential.
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