SAM APATA OF 67CEOs FOUNDATION ON GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

SAM APATA OF 67CEOs FOUNDATION ON GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Sam Apata, CEO of 67CEOs Foundation speaks about the need for entrepreneurial development in the country and the continent.

The 67CEOs Foundation will host the second edition of its Global Entrepreneurship Week programme, themed “Advancing Inclusive Ecosystems”. The organization, which provides mentorship and impactful entrepreneurship workshops to newly-established industrialists and SMMEs in partnership with CEOs and seasoned entrepreneurs who volunteer their skills in service to inspire, mentor, coach and teach, will hold events as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week from 12-16 November 2018.

For more we are joined by Convenor and Head; 67 CEOS Foundation and the GLOBAL ENTREPRENEUR WEEK – Sam Apata

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