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Entrepreneurs In Education: Africa's Young Entrepreneurs Student Association Set To Groom New CEOs

L-R Mr Summy Francis (President A.Y.E) Mr Yemi Osibajo (Vice President Federal Republic of Nigeria) Ms Ibada Ahmed (Vice President A.Y.E ) Mr Olufemi Fajemisin (National Head A.Y.E Nigeria)
The Africa's Young Entrepreneurs Organisation will be unveiling The Africa's Young Entrepreneurs Student Association (AYESA). The inaugural conference is scheduled to hold on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at the Unilag Sports Complex. 

The Conference Theme: “Entrepreneurship in Education” is directed towards identifying the links between entrepreneurship and education and creating a lead way for students in Nigeria to tap into the bountiful business opportunities presented to Africa.
 
This program presents young student entrepreneurs in need of experience, knowledge, mentor ship and industry business skills with choice speakers from diverse business sectors in Africa and an opportunity to exhibit their businesses for direct sales, marketing, networking, loans for expansion and business funding.


VENUE:   University of Lagos. Akoka, Yaba

DATE:      Saturday, December 5, 2015.

TIME:       9a.m Prompt

THEME:  Entrepreneurship in Education. (Developing and empowering the next generation of Nigerian Entrepreneurs as a solution to unemployment and economic development in Nigeria)

SPEAKERS: Governor Ambode (Lagos State Gov.),Mrs. Folorunso Alakija (A.Y.E Honorary Matron), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu (A.Y.E Honorary Patron),Stephen Read (Serial Entrepreneur/ Business Coach - S.A), Tamara Williams (International Motivational Speaker - S.A), The Catalyst - Lanre Olusola, Kunle Soriyan, Niyi Adesanya, Kaffy Shafau Ameh, Summy Smart Francis (A.Y.E President), Ibada Ahmed (A.Y.E Vice President), Vice Chancellors of Premier Universities.
 
TARGET:     Students (Jambites, Undergraduates, Fresh Graduates, Youth Corpers, Post graduates students and Aspiring Entrepreneurs)


Register For Free at http://ayesa.ayeonline.org/


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