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Sunshine Business Retreat - CHALE INSTITUTE

Sunshine Business Retreat

Event Alert
According to Nigeria Beareau of Statistics, unemployment rate in Nigeria stands at 27.1% while inflation stands at 13.22%.
The country is neck deep in debt, government is finding it difficult to pay salaries. Power outage, bad roads, poor healthcare and other infrastructural deficits abound alongside insecurity and police brutality.
People look to politicians and politics to solve all these problems but an analysis of economic history from Nigeria and around the world shows, that the real solutions lie more with businesses, commerce and industry. Yet, the government had shut down the borders since August 2019.

Join us as we review the case for doing business in Nigeria with a special focus on coping mechanisms, best practices, business tips, opportunities for local and international partnerships, funding, networking, etc.

Click the link below, to register

https://tinyurl.com/y4zn376r

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