ICT Company Encourages Entrepreneurship Among Nigerians

The firm is of the opinion that entrepreneurship would create more employment opportunities in the country.

Peace Tiding Ventures (PTV), is an Information and Communication Technology supermarket company, that has urged Nigerians to become entrepreneurs towards creating employment and making the economy more viable.

As a result of this, PTV will hold its maiden franchise conference, which would dwell on entrepreneurship and at the same time expose the concept and benefits of the franchise network to interested members of the public.

It further stated that the platform would also enable Nigerian consumers to have easy access to genuine handsets and other Information and Computer Technology products.

The company said that in the last 13 years, its "accomplishment of profitability, integrity and professionalism evolved the franchise strategy in order to give entrepreneurs platform to invest their fund in a successful brand."

Chief Executive Officer of PTV, Banji Adesanmi, explained that the performance of the company in the last 13 years had given it the latitude to expand its reach in the ever-growing telephone retail market.

Expatiating on the mobile of operation of the franchise system, Adesanmi disclosed that interested members of the public only needed to pay one-off franchise fee and monthly royalty to enjoy accruable benefits.

"They have the liberty to secure good location, employ their staff, foot their overhead and enjoy their profit 100 per cent. PTV is not into franchise based on profit sharing.

"To us at PTV, it is a social responsibility to share our brand with potential investors who are interested in quality and integrity with viable opportunity to turn around their investment in a short time with the instrumentality of our franchise system," he said.

The PTV chief executive officer said franchise holders, among others, would benefit high turnover with up to 60 per cent return on investment in six months.

"They are also to have extensive staff training, and access to unequalled business know-how and expertise. This is in addition to PTV equity and unparalleled brand value viz structure, outlook and integrity," he said.


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