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Global Life-Track Resources Centre: BLAZING THE TRAIL FOR INDEPEDENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Global Life-Track Resources Centre is a centre where business owners and young aspiring entrepreneurs are not just coached, mentored and financially supported but also great business ideas are birthed and given room to flourish under the watchful eyes of the visioner Ala Atubokiki Ibanibo and his team. In the words of Dr. Ala A. Ibanibo: "Global Life Track Resources Centre is an intervention program and has helped several men and women who had lost hope to come back to their feet.

 This is only achievable because I have been through the same experiences like them and nurtured myself up without giving up. So I do not give what I don't have but I share what I have been through and also know how it works." True to those words, many lives have been transformed and given a meaning, yet the realisation of the vision is only gaining momentum while putting smiles on faces of young prospective entrepreneurs.


The mission statement on the marble of Ala A. Ibanibo ''is to help people by letting them know that it is only 'you' who can stop yourself. I achieve this by listening, teaching and giving them soft loans to boost and start-up business and nurture them to growth. But above all I believe in the Supremacy of the Most High God because all good things comes from HIM.''


 It is interesting to note that over the past few years over 150 businesses have benefitted from the zero interest almost zero collateral loan scheme of this program and thousands keep learning the art of leadership and business management as well as how to maintain and sustain success. According to Ala A. Ibanibo ''Life is filled with several experiences and going up the ladder doesn't necessarily mean that you are successful but the sustenance. I have learnt several things from the mistakes in my life and putting all these together has equipped me for a higher calling to help young men and women avoid most of these mistakes.'' 


Ala A. Ibanibo is passionate in helping people gain the confidence and growth in business by avoiding mistakes which he made at his early stages of entrepreneurial growth; this inspired the setting up of Global Life-Track Resources Centre and today it has grown to be succour to the common man.


Please visit www.globalltrcentre.org  for more information on Global Life-Track Resources Centre, how to be a part of this vision and our events.

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