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#StartupSouth partners Wish 99.5FM on Business RoundTable

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By: Yinka Okeowo

#StartupSouth is happy to announce the debut of Business RoundTable Radio Entrepreneurship Education Program on Wish 99.5FM Port Harcourt.

The Business RoundTable Radio Show is a 30 Minutes Startup/Entrepreneurship Education programming leveraging experienced faculties – from across Nigeria/Africa including Tomi Davies (President, ABAN and Co-Fouder, Lagos Angel Network) – teaching different aspects of starting/running a business.

Part of the show, the Convener of #StartupSouth, Uche Aniche, disclosed, will be used as a showcase to promote results of the program and businesses from the #StartupSouth network in the form of quick interviews.

The Goal is to get a lot more people learning how to start/grow innovation based businesses and support them by providing access to funding.

A dedicated portal for Q&A will be provided for those following the episodes and taking the challenge to build something.

Some of the topics to be treated include: Introduction to Innovation/Entrepreneurship, Validating Ideas, Team Building, Introduction to Selling, Introduction to Finance/Accounting Tools, Unit Economics, Funding, Pitching and many more.

The show is a partnership between Wish 99.5FM and #StartupSouth and will last for one year initially. It is billed to start on December 24, 2018 and run at 9:00am every week day.

See flyer for further details:

Wish 99.5 Fm is the first and only business radio east of the Niger operating out of Port Harcourt. Their signal is received across Five states in the regions.

Also, #StartupSouth is a Startup/Entrepreneurship ecosystem development project focused on the South-South/South-East.

The goal is to educate, support and attract investors to founders living and operating in the regions.

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