P&G Nigeria partners Bank of Industry to catalyze the SME sector through skilled Academy

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Leading manufacturers of trusted quality brands in Nigeria, Procter & Gamble, in partnership with FMITI and the Bank of Industry (BoI), has initiated an SME Academy program to select small and medium scale businesses in the country.

The program, which was held on the 3rd of October 2019, in Ibadan Oyo State, is a follow-up to the agreement made with the Federal Government of Nigeria earlier in the year to leverage the Ministry of Industry Trade & Investment and ensure the growth of and increase in capability for SMEs across the country.

P&G Nigeria partners Bank of Industry to catalyze the SME sector through skilled Academy
From Left to Right: Irabor Pacqueens, State Manager, Oyo State Office, Bank of Industry; Temitope Iluyemi, Director of Government Relations and Public Policy for Sub Sahara Africa, Procter & Gamble, Temitayo Fagbule, Chairman, Editorial Board, Business Day; Adil Farhat, Managing Director, Procter & Gamble Nigeria; Alhaji Kagara Ahmed Regional West Manager, Bank of Industry at the SME Academy Program held on the 3rd of October at the Jogor Event Center, Ibadan Oyo State. www.brandspurng.com

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