Stability, Sustenance Summit To Hold In Abuja

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A summit dedicated strictly to business stability especially for start-ups is scheduled to hold in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). This first ever Stability and Sustenance Summit, will hold at the International Conference Centre on February 1, 2024.

According to organisers, the summit promises to parade an array of renowned speakers, provide start-up business grants, train participants on trending business skills, and provide networking platform for business scaling.

Founder of the Stability and Sustenance Business and Entrepreneurship Platform, Melody Fidel, said it is all about empowerment, driving Nigerian youths towards relevant skills acquisition, and monetisation.

“We have confirmed distinguished speakers led by Senator Ned Nwoko to inspire participants to set target, aim at it, and achieve accordingly. The Queen Consort of Warri Kingdom, Olori Atuwatse III, Rishi Harani, CEO of Univesco in United Kingdom, Ayodeji Rasaq, CEO of Red for Africa Group, Precious Akpan Digital Intrapreneur and Business Partnerships Expert among others, are also on the list of speakers at the summit.

“Our objective is defined. We are set out to interact with 12 proven business speakers alongside over 1,000 businesses with over 100 start-ups to be chosen based on ideas and scalable opportunities for collateral-free business grants,” Melody said.

Admission is free for all participants at the Stability and Sustenance Summit, and they are expected to take the rare opportunity to learn business and entrepreneurship lessons from the knowledgeable speakers, build and sustain relationships with other businesses and investors, and also submit ideas for business grants and mentorship.

Spanning more than a decade, the first Stability and Sustenance Summit is a culmination of many giant strides of Melody Fidel, who is not only a serial promoter, but also a supporter of youths and entrepreneurship in Nigeria, Africa, and the United Kingdom.

Melody has coached over 10,000 youths both physically and virtually on skills acquisition and monetisation, disbursed business grants to over 100 youths in the past 10 years. Recently, in late 2023 Melody was awarded The Future Awards Africa ‘Prize for Service to Young People.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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