Keystone Bank Limited has introduced a live and interactive online business clinic for female, small and medium enterprises owners in the country.
The programme, which is being implemented through its Pink Network initiative, was part of the bank’s effort in supporting female entrepreneurs and SMEs in the country, it said in a statement.
The training, according to a statement from the lender, comes in form of Question and Answer (Q&A) sessions on the pinknetwork.ng online platform.
The first in the series, anchored by the chief executive officer of Bug Zappers Ltd., Bukky Soleye, was themed ‘Starting a Business: Basic Structures for Success’.
The online sessions, tailored after business clinics, provide business mentoring and general business advice to assist entrepreneurs and SMEs connect in real-time question and answer interactions with the right expertise and get practical advice to help overcome issues and information gaps in running their businesses.
Managing Director, Keystone Bank, Mr. Philip Ikeazor, noted that the sessions “are currently open, at no cost, to all SMEs, irrespective of their location in Nigeria.”
He said further benefits apply to the bank’s Pink Account holders.
Ikeazor said the Pink Network is about financial inclusion for women and speaks to the need of every woman.
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