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Justina Mutale, Godfrey Ohuabunwa, Suzane Fajana and Many others to Speak at the Young CEOs Forum in London

As the world prepares to brace itself to face various diverse global challenges, the emergence of young enthusiastic and brilliant entrepreneurs is just the right feat to assist in the battle in preparing a great future for ourselves and generations to come. 

But tackling such issues call for more entrepreneurs who can boast of requisite skills, knowledge, resourceful mentorship and strategic networks to make their business ideas, proposed global solutions and dreams a reality.

The Young CEOs Business Summit, which has been hosted in three cities on various continents have proven to be such a prestigious learning platform where young emerging and aspiring entrepreneurs have gained the necessities to drive their businesses and idea to levels that contributes a lot to the global economy.
The first in Europe, the event is scheduled to host on 14th November, 2015 at the prestigious Imperial College, London on the theme: “The Impact of SMEs on Global Economy: The New Perspective”. 

Speakers include; Justina Mutale (Founder, Positive Runway), Sir Godfrey Ohuabunwa (Group CEO, Multimesh Communications), Cllr. Suzane Fajana Thompson (Fmr Mayor, London Borough of Hackney), Debbie Ariyo OBE, President Elio D’Anna (Founder and President, European School of Economics), to finish reading


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