Closing the financing gap for small businesses has become a policy priority for public and private sector players especially in developing economies around the world. Access to funding has remained an underlying issue faced by Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs) and a critical barrier to their growth especially in a developing economy like Nigeria. The 2020 SME survey report by PwC shows that access to finance was the most pressing challenge faced by small business in Nigeria. According to the report, the financing gap for Nigerian MSMEs is estimated to be about N617.3bn annually.
Join us on Saturday April 17, 2021 by 09:00hrs as we launch one of our event series tagged - DISCOVERY ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONVERSATIONS & ANALYSIS (DECA Workshops / Panel Discussions / Fireside Chats Series) with Haaris D. Sa'ad (Chapter Director for SG - Yola) as he shares his profound insights and experience on “Funding Opportunities for SMEs in Nigeria in 2021”.
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Get educated, inspired and connect with fellow entrepreneurs around the theme - "Funding Opportunities for Startups and SMEs in Nigeria in 2021"