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Registration For The Zenith Bank SME Digital Workshop For 29th And 30th Jan. 2020 Is Still Ongoing

SME Digital Workshop

One of Nigeria’s leading financial institutions, Zenith Bank Plc in conjunction with Facebook is organizing the Zenith Bank SME Digital Workshop, and the window is still open for registration.

See Also: Digital Marketing Skills To Acquire In Nigeria As An Entrepreneur

This is an opportunity for customers and non-customers of the bank to learn how to use different digital channels to promote their businesses. 

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Basically, this is a free one day session for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs). Here, they will receive training on how Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp and other digital channels can help to engage prospects, market offerings and grow business volumes. 

So, if you are a small business owner looking to attract more customers this is for you. Enterpreneurs.ng is here to support entrepreneurs and provide them with all the information they need for their business to soar. 

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The SME Digital Workshop

According to the Bank, the program will hold concurrently in three of its branches on 29th and 30th of January, 2020. It will hold in its Oba Akran Branch, 23 Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja Lagos; Ilupeju Branch 2, 201 Ikorodu Road, Obanikoro, Ilupeju, Lagos; and Kingsway Road Branch, 2 Aromire Road, Ikoyi, Lagos at 8:30am. 

To register, send an email titled Zenith Bank SME Digital Workshop to smepartnership@zenithbank.com. The email should contain the following information;

  • Name 
  • Account number and 
  • Preferred venue of attendance

According to the Mr Ebenezer Onyeawu, MD/CEO of Zenith Bank, while commenting on the initiative, “the SME ecosystem is a very important component of the Nigerian economy.”

He said, “the digital workshop is expected to assist participants optimally use digital channels to engage potential customers, market their products and increase sales.”

See Also: 10 Best Practices For Email Marketing For Small Businesses

Zenith Bank Plc 

Zenith bank is one of the commercial banks in Nigeria and a large financial service provider in Nigeria and Anglophone West Africa. It was established by a Nigerian businessman Jim Ovia in 1990. Today, some of its subsidiaries include Zenith Insurance, Zenith Pension Custodian, Zenith Securities, Cyberspace Networks, e.t.c

Currently, Zenith bank has over 500 branches and offices in Nigeria. It is also present in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia, South Africa and UK. Over time, it has been endorsed by both local and international Agencies and institutions. Also, Zenith Bank has remained one of Nigeria’s largest banks by market capitalization, shareholders fund and profitability. 

In conclusion, our goal is to make the entrepreneurial journey easy and to keep you abreast of every information that can help your business grow. So hurry up today, and register for the digital workshop in order to benefit from leading business experts. 

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