9mobile is about to organize the first edition of its mentoring program, “The Hack”, aimed at young entrepreneurs who want to scale their business.
The Hack seeks to create a platform to support and promote entrepreneurs in the SME space. This is a one-day physical event and will be held Friday, June 17, at The Zone Tech Gbagada, Lagos, at 10 a.m.
This is a business mentoring and networking program led by a business expert who will share business ideas with participants and prepare them to scale their business.
The Hack aims to solve the specific challenges that entrepreneurs face, with a focus on the limitless possibilities of the SME sector.
The seminar will help entrepreneurs grow their business and overcome challenges.
Commenting on the initiative, 9mobile’s Director of Marketing Communications, Saidat Lawal-Mohammed, said it was another of his interventions in developing the SME space by empowering entrepreneurs with knowledge and skills. skills.
“There are a lot of entrepreneurs running small and medium businesses in the country, and we want to support them by providing a platform for those who want to grow their business to network and learn strategies and hacks they can apply to their daily hustle and convert into sales,” she said.
Mohammed added that as a facilitator of individuals and businesses, 9mobile remains committed to entrepreneurs, start-ups and MSMEs, and will continue to support their dreams and aspirations.
“We are excited to launch the first edition of the Hack because we know there are many talented entrepreneurs in Nigeria. This platform will help them unlock their abilities and potentials,” she said.
The Hack is open to all network subscribers who have a business registered with CAC and who are between the ages of 18 and 45. Interested participants can register here.