A significant milestone was reached at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress Melbourne as a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed, designating Nigeria as the host country for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2023. The MoU was executed by prominent figures in the entrepreneurship and economic development sector.
This historic agreement was signed by Dr. Olawale Anifowose, Managing Director of GEN Nigeria, alongside Mr. Jonathan Ortmans, President of Global Entrepreneurship Network and Dr. Wale Fasanya, Director General of the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN)
Providus Bank, the esteemed National Partner, is poised to play a significant role in GEW 2023 Celebration in Nigeria.
This momentous occasion sets the stage for an electrifying celebration of entrepreneurship, innovation, and boundless growth during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2023. Entrepreneurs, innovators, and business leaders will converge in Nigeria to participate in a week-long extravaganza of events and activities.
Global Entrepreneurship Week, celebrated in over 180 countries, will serve as a platform to showcase Nigeria’s vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem. Attendees can anticipate a series of workshops, seminars, competitions, and networking opportunities designed to foster innovation, collaboration, and economic development.
The signing of this MoU signifies the commitment of GEN Nigeria, SMEDAN, and Providus Bank to promote entrepreneurship as a driver of economic growth and job creation in Nigeria and beyond. As preparations for GEW 2023 gain momentum, partners and participants are gearing up for an unforgettable week that promises to accelerate the growth of Nigeria’s entrepreneurial landscape.
L-R: Director, Enterprise Development and Promotion, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN”, Monday Ewans, CEO, Capival Investment Limited, Adetokunbo Ajetunmobi, President of Global Entrepreneurship Network, Jonathan Ortmans, Collaborator-in-Chief (CiC) TVC Labs, Tomi Davies, Managing Director of GEN Nigeria, Olawale Anifowose and Director General of the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), Wale Fasanya during MoU signing with new Nigeria National partner Capival Investment Limited at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Melbourne, Australia recently.