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Future Everything Digital Training in Abuja

Abuja, are you or your business making money online?

Why not be a part of the "Future Everything Digital Training" a practical training workshop that will avail to you how to make money legally online while being your own virtual boss, and teach you how to create the right avenues to start up a profit making business as an individual or business owner.

You will learn techniques to develop your small ideas into useful gains.

Participants will leave the training knowing how to apply these techniques immediately to start or run their businesses.

Facilitating will be Nigerian-France Technologist & Wealth Manager- Sega Awosanya;

Tech expert, Collins Harrison;

LOGiN Bloggers Network boss Jenny Chisom;

& of course the host, CEO 2Twosix Alliance Ltd, Cynthia Anaele

Date: Saturday the 24th of October, 2015

Venue: Abuja Enterprise Agency Jahi (right turn before Next Cash & Carry)
Time: 10am prompt
Participation Fee: N5,000.00
(BYOD - Bring Your Own Device)

For Inquiries, call 08083955431 or send an email to

Think Future, Think Digital. Today is the future we've all be waiting for.

Supported by: Abuja Enterprise Agency, Platinum News, Different Box &


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