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Tech CEOs: UPGRADE CONFERENCE HOLDS IN ABUJA

Owning and running your business is not one of the easiest things to do. Business owners in Africa can be likened to supermen. It takes a lot to succeed as an Entrepreneur but it's never an impossible task.

Upgrade Conference doesn't just show you 10 Online businesses you can start with zero or little capital, it also teaches you how to move your business to the next level using the Internet.


Techpreneur Conference simply means Tech + Entrepreneurship  = Money.

Anyone who wants to learn businesses they can do online or how to use online tools to push their conventional business must not miss this event.

Speakers like Stephen Akintayo, Ope BANWO, Emmanuel Sani and Tope Runsewe are some of the exceptional speakers that will blow your mind on several opportunities that will change your life, business and career.

Upgrade Conference Abuja is holding live this Saturday 31st at NAF conference Center, 496 Ahmadu Bello Way, Kado,Abuja.

Time is 10am prompt.


Register now for FREE at www.upgradeconference.com.ng.

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