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#KEC is an NGO established to provide #EmployabilityTraining to Nigerian #youths equipping them with skills relevant in the work place.
#KEC is an NGO established to provide #EmployabilityTraining to Nigerian #youths equipping them with skills relevant in the work place.

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KEC is committed to supporting young unemployed Nigerian graduates to gain employability skills and become gainfully employed. This gesture was reaffirmed in the recently concluded Career Workshop 1.0 which was endorsed by the Ministry of Wealth Creation & Employment and funded by the Ford Foundation. The event was covered by LTV News, watch. #KECNigeria, #KECCW1.0

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The training on communication and Customer Service Skills was hands-on as participants were taught various skills on how to deliver excellent customer service. Participants learnt about dealing with different types of customers, managing their emotions and communicating effectively to win and retain customers. Below are few of the moments captured #GAP2017 #CCSS
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9/20/17
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ENTREPRENEUR OF THE WEEK

Miss Esesua Pogoson: Founder INDULGE CAKES.

Miss Pogoson is a graduate of Microbiology from the University of Ibadan, Oyo state. She comes from a family of bakers; her grandmother and mother were bakers. She developed the passion for baking as a child while assisting her mother. Esesua formally began her career as a professional baker in her 3rd year in university.

She decided to broaden her knowledge and gain more experience in baking by attending tutorials at Exquisito Confectioneries in Ibadan, Oyo State and also travelled to the United Kingdom to attend more trainings.

Esesua gathered the proceeds from her thriving business to acquire new facilities and more baking equipment. Seeing her passion, her parents bought her some more sets of baking equipment.

She believes that “where there is a will, there is a way... You may have put things off a lot longer than you should have, but the good news is that it’s not too late to get started.” #EntrepreneurOfTheWeek
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This training on communication and customer service from KEC is designed to help you develop a truly engaging and responsive communication style, leading to positive results for you and your organisation. Register now and get more information about this training by clicking http://tinyurl.com/yd85fqaz #GAP2017 #CCSS
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Entrepreneur Of The Week

Achenyo Idachaba is the CEO MitiMeth

MitiMeth is a company that turns waste into beautiful woven wonders. Achenyo discovered invasive aquatic weeds and agro waste in Ibadan, Nigeria and started MitiMeth, a company that makes handcrafted accessories from the weeds. MitiMeth is now a formidable company that provides job opportunities for many Nigerians. The company’s steady growth has earned her several accolades and recognitions from the Cartier Women’s Initiative award to giving her own TED talk. #EntrepreneurOfTheWeek +Achenyo Idachaba
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The Knowledge Exchange Centre held its 2nd Annual Scholarship Award Ceremony today, 25th July, 2017.
The beneficiary of the 2017 Scholarship Award is Mr. Obasi O. Obiora.
A few of those in attendance were the Chairman Board of Trustees KEC, Mr. Charles Nwodo Jnr.; The Executive Secretary of KEC, Ms. Maria Glover, Mrs. Uzo Oshogwe, MD/CEO, Afriland Properties; Rev. Kole Olowofoyeku, Founder, The Nigerian Development Foundation; Mr. Innocent Chukwuma, Regional Director, Ford Foundation, West Africa; Dr. Roli Nwodo and Mr. Obasi Obiora.
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ENTREPRENEUR OF THE WEEK
Christina Tegbe is the CEO 54 Thrones which she started after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. She found out that many products actually have harsh chemicals and synthetic substances even when they are labelled as ‘natural. These products could cause cancer in some cases. This made her to reconsider the beauty product she was using on her hair and body.
Christina found she wasn’t the only one concerned with the authenticity, source and content of substances used in beauty products these days. Her friends had the same worries and as she later found out, more users of beauty products were becoming aware and asking questions.
This experience made her do more research on beauty products which unraveled her entrepreneurship abilities. Today, 54 Thrones is a remarkable brand of beauty products that are ethically sourced and locally made by African artisans.
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