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Business Innovation and Marketing Seminar with JeanPaul Consults Abuja offers 20% discount

Something different is happening on Saturday the 8th of February 2014.

Now you can either decide to SPEND your Saturday relaxing, visiting friends, watching DSTV, washing clothes, fixing your hair or attending a wedding.

Or you can decide to INVEST it on what truly matters- YOU!

Come and learn:

1. Challenging your assumptions in business.
2. Expanding business frontiers and creating new markets.
3. The 6 keys to unleashing your creativity.
4. Turning your ideas into passion following the path of least resistance.
5. The 5 Laws of Marketing.

You don't want to miss this mind-blowing seminar.

Venue: 46b Mike Akhigbe Way, Jabi, Abuja.

Time: 10am-3pm

Fees: N10,000. 20% for group bookings and early registrations before 5th February. Only 30 spots available.

RSVP: 08064393711 or

(Mention this blog to get preferred seating)


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