from Prof. Magnus Kpakol
The EBS organizes Finance & Development, Sustainable Development Goals & Poverty Reduction, Human Capital Development and Microfinance Roundtables. In each of these categories, the aim is to promote knowledge diffusion, increased productivity and public brand awareness for the group’s local and global preeminence. With EBS facilitation, professionals in each group will be able raise their local and global profiles through strategic partnership arrangements, using local and international Study Tours and seminars. Click here for more
A Quarterly Roundtable for senior public and private sector leaders and executives. Our aim is to discuss and share innovative solutions in global competitiveness, investment, banking and finance, increased private sector activity, export trade, job creation, poverty eradication, human capital development, revenue generation, with peered networking, global partnerships and related international study tours, seminars and conferences, etc.
Finance professionals and related groups meet to discuss the burning issues of their industry. The EBS arranges global partners to participate in most meetings, bringing opportunities for global partnerships for professional development and global preeminence. Our global partnerships are often driven through our annual conference or quarterly seminars and Study Tours at the University of Texas at Dallas and through our periodic seminars and Study Tours in Singapore. N150, 000 per quarter (includes 5 copies of Professor Magnus Kpakol’s RED Letter each month). Sign up below
A Quarterly Roundtable is for Development leaders and professionals. Topics will cover Poverty Reduction Strategies, Poverty eradication, Micro-financing, Wealth Creation, Productivity, Efficiency, Global Competitiveness, Strategic Management, Leadership, Human Capital Development, Technological Disruptions and Innovative Solutions, etc.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.
The Round Table is committed to the pledge to Leave No One Behind. Members of the Round Table are committed to help fast-track progress for those furthest behind first. The SDGs are designed to bring the world to several life-changing ‘zeros’, including zero poverty, hunger, AIDS and discrimination against women and girls.
Members of the Round Table are committed to expanding their knowledge, skills and global leverage in order to reach these ambitious targets. The Round Table will therefore continually explore how our nations are using knowledge, creativity, innovation, technology and available global financial resources to achieve the SDGs in every dimension. The EBS will provide a platform including its Phenomenal Africa resources to share ideas, using international study tours and seminars as may be necessary. N150, 000 per quarter (includes 5 copies of the RED Letter each month and 2 seminar participants). Sign up below
Our HCD Round Table is for leaders, educators, researchers and other professionals that seek to become more locally and globally preeminent in promoting and showcasing the ability to create value by producing goods and services for wellness and a higher level of living. The EBS will arrange global partnerships, resources, seminars, conferences and Study Tours where necessary to make the HCD Round Table more rewarding to participants and society. Most of our global events are arranged in partnership with the University of Texas at
Human Capital Development (HCD) is about building and increasing the stock of knowledge for research, creativity and innovation in generating economic value. Africa needs to create economic value at a globally competitive pace. This means that to be globally relevant Africa must produce the goods and services that people want. Topics will include education, health, nutrition, wellness, attitudes, aptitude, global skills, ICT knowledge, the future of work, global competitiveness, N150, 000 per quarter (includes 5 copies of Professor Magnus Kpakol’s RED Letter each month). Sign up below
Quarterly Seminar for Micro Finance managers and professionals. Topics will cover Strategic Networking, Global funding, Internet Finance, Productivity, Efficiency, Global Competitiveness, Strategic Management, Leadership, Human Capital Development, Technological Disruptions, Innovative Solutions and international Study Tours. Leaders and professionals in microfinance and banking will benefit from participating in the Microfinance Round Table by sharing ideas that promote both the unit business and the industry. The aim of the Round Table is to promote micro-financing in Africa, by building local and global partnerships, especially in boosting access to funding at affordable rates. The EBS also uses its global partnerships in arranging rewarding international Study Tours and seminars for its
members. N100, 000 per quarter (includes 5 copies of the RED Letter each month and 2 seminar participants). Sign up below.
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