First Bank

FirstBank of Nigeria Limited has announced the convening of a Business Clinic to promote the growth and sustainability of the educational sector, especially in the light of the coronavirus, which adversely effecting the schools.

The event is scheduled to hold via Zoom by 11:00am on Thursday, July 23, 2020.

“Managing Your School through the Pandemic: Engagement and Retention Strategies,” is the topic of the event and will be discussed by experts, leading players, policy influencers and proprietors in business and education management that have carved a niche for themselves at promoting the growth of education and business towards impacting the national economy.

The panelists at the event will include Mrs Folasade Adefisayo, Commissioner of Education, Lagos State; Dr Yomi Otubela, President, National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS); Wale Abioye, Team Lead, Customer Practice in Management Consulting (KPMG); Babatunde Vaughan, Education Lead, Modern Classroom Microsoft Nigeria; Tinu Aluko, Proprietor, Busy Bee & West Mills and Bankole Adediran, Head Transaction Banking Products, FirstBank of Nigeria.

Deputy Managing Director, FirstBank Gbenga Shobo, said: “The education sector remains the bedrock of the growth and development of any nation – without a viable educational system, the human capital would be incapable of driving national growth and development. FirstBank is delighted to convene this event as it reinforces our leading role at enabling the growth of the educational sector in the country, over the years

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