Aim of the Course:
This is a unique platform where you will meet and network with like minded business professionals that are needed to grow your business, maximize sales; Brand awareness and business referrals
Join RHICS and SBN Nigeria for a chance to:
- Interact with a network of local and international business professionals
- Get business insights into investment opportunities in the local and global market
- Expose your business to an engaged audience of consumers with distinct interest in business products
- Attend four mighty business networking meetings where you get 90 seconds to address the audience, pitch for business and generate leads that facilitates business growth and sales through B2B transactions
Keynote talks/presentations on Ledership and Management
Who Should Attend:
The event is suitable for every entrepreneurs, business owners, SMEs, sales and marketing personnel, business development executives, and every individual that desires to understand how business projections and analytics are developed.
Hear from Previous Participants
Join Business owners, CEOs, Entrepreneurs and the public sector for a dynamic business networking event.
A platform for business owners, entrepreneurs and public sector workers to engage, usually over breakfast
Human Capital Enrichment
Strategically designed to equip entrepreneurs, SMEs, business owners and Youths for leadership and excellence in business
18th January, 2018
N 3,500 Naira.
Tea, Coffee & Lunch provided.
16 Amodu Ojikutu Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
For Additional Information and/or Questions:
Tel: +234 906 233 9657 | Email: email@example.com
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Trainer Profile: AIR VICE MARSHAL FELIX OLUFEMI GBADEBO OFR
(Dis-Ability Advocate, Quintessential Instructor and Life Changer)
Air Vice Marshal (AVM) Femi Gbadebo, an Officer of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (OFR), Qualified Instructor Pilot on Fast Military Jet Aircraft, Qualified Aircraft Accident Investigator and Expert in Disaster Management, is a graduate of United States Air Force Pilot Instructor Training School, Texas, USA (January 1980), German Command and Staff College, Hamburg, Germany (June 1989), Indian National Defence College, New Delhi, India (December 1999) and Lagos Business School (LBS), Lagos Nigeria (August 2011).
During his distinguished military career, the AVM served at various times as Chief Instructor Pilot at NAF Basic Flying Training School and Commanding Officer NAF Instructor Pilot School, both in Kano, Directing Staff at Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji and Facilitator at National Defence College, Abuja. He also commanded NAF Bases in Kano and Yola, serving simultaneously in both instances on the Kano and Adamawa State Security Councils respectively.
After holding command appointments at the highest levels in the Nigerian Armed Forces as Director of Operations at Defence Headquarters, Abuja, Air Officer Commanding Training Command, Nigerian Air Force, Kaduna and Air Officer Commanding Tactical Command, Nigerian Air Force, Makurdi, AVM Gbadebo voluntarily retired from active military service on 30th June 2008 on the completion of 35 years meritorious service.
After his retirement, experience gained over years of managing a fully dependent, non-verbal child living with Cerebral palsy and a desire to fill the widening gap between developed and developing countries as regards the way disability is perceived and managed led the AVM and his wife to start, in February 2013, an initiative on Cerebral Palsy and it is to his credit that the AVM who is now widely respected as an authority on Cerebral Palsy has, in less than five years, nurtured his NGO, Benola Cerebral Palsy Initiative, to become a major player in the field of disability management in Africa.
AVM Femi Gbadebo, is currently;
- Founder/CEO, Benola – A Cerebral Palsy Initiative, an NGO that is fast changing the face of Cerebral Palsy and Disability Management in Africa.
- Initiator, FG Talks – A platform through which he encourages, inspires and motivates others.
- Member, Executive Council, Lagos Business School Alumni Association.
- Member, International Planning Committee for World CP Day 2017
A commentator on Aviation, Disability, Security and Current Affairs, the retired AVM is happily married with three male children, the last of whom, Olaoluwa, was diagnosed shortly after birth in 1996 as having Cerebral Palsy!