#EDCAbuja May Edition


Are you an aspiring entrepreneur looking to start your own business or a practicing entrepreneur looking to expand your enterprise?

One of the biggest hurdle entrepreneurs face is putting up a proper business plan. Statistics has shown that over 85% of entrepreneurs know little or nothing about how to write a business plan and nearly as much entrepreneurs do not have one for their business.

In the may edition of the LIMBsimple Enterprise Development Conference (#EDCAbuja) we would be holding practical session on how to write you own business plan.
Save yourself some money which would otherwise be paid to some consultant who would produce a business plan which would be as worthless to you as a bunch of paper stacked together because you were not a part of putting it together.

Also featuring in the #EDCAbuja is the #crashMBA where we all get to work in groups, solving real problems for real businesses, coming up with simplified strategies for them to move to a greater level of success.
We’re excited about may already.
Venue is Hawthorn Suites Hotel( 1Uke Street Garki 2 beside Sahad Stores)
Date- 4th May 2013
Time- 4pm prompt(doors would be shut at exactly 4.15pm)
The event is FREE but registration is required.
For regular updates on the #EDCAbuja and other LIMBsimple training programmes follow us on twitter @limbsimple.

To register go to edcabuja.eventbrite.com

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If you wish to sponsor, partner with #EDCAbuja or to have your business profiled for the #crashMBA session please send us an email at info@limbsimple.com


About The Author

Ezekiel Solesi is the CEO of LIMBsimple a company which means Life, Investing, Money and Business made simple. He hosts the monthly LIMBsimple's Enterprise Development Conference (#EDCAbuja) at the Transcorp Hilton Abuja in partnership with the Abuja Literary Society (ALS). The Author of The Game of Money, a trainer on issues bothering on entrepreneurship, personal and business effectiveness, customer service etc. with a reputable clientele which includes NGOs, foremost Banks and other corporate organizations.

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