Access Bank Plc. in conjunction with the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) of the Pan Atlantic University is running the second season of the Womenpreneur session.

The 1 day certified workshop will hold in Lagos on Oct 26th and Port Harcourt on Nov 30th while other sessions will continue next year.

The unique selling points of the workshop are:

•Participants will receive personalized EDC certificates which will distinguish them as EDC Alumni.

•The training will provide immediate ‘Access to New Markets’ for the participants.

•It would provide an opportunity to network with like-minded business owners.

•The training Alumni will have access to a mentoring platform to aid their business growth.

•They will be learning from experienced EDC facilitators (affiliated to the Lagos Business School (LBS)).

•They will be exposed to the nitty-gritty of creating business structures, financial record & book-keeping, cost control, process optimization, traditional & digital marketing, introduction to SME tool kit amongst others.

•Refreshments will be provided for the duration of the workshop.

•Highly discounted from N35,000 to N7,500 (Account holders/W community members) & N10,000 (Non-account holders).

The training locations are:

1) Lagos- October 26, 2017

2) Port Harcourt- November 30, 2017

3) Abuja- February 2018

4) Calabar- April 2018

5) Kano- June 2018

6) Ibadan- August 2018

The training fee covers the EDC Certificate, Training materials, Feeding and SME tool kit.

For more information, please call 0802 967 3892 / 01-236 4875 or email

Payment can be made into The W Community Events account: 0694332364.

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