Networking, learning and building at the think W International Women’s Day Conference 2019

For all the participants at the Access Bank International Women’s Day conference which held on March 14th, at Eko Hotel, it was indeed time well spent.

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Highlights of the event were panel discussions that tackled levers for business growth, addressing issues such as positioning a business for sustainable growth, increasing profits and optimising business growth opportunities.

There was also a session on women and innovation, and this delved into the exploitation of technology to improve business strategies, processes, and efficiency.

In addition, attendees received helpful tips on insurance, loan processes and product differentiation.

To crown a fulfilling experience, the women were treated to a banquet and an after-party.

The Access Bank W Community has recorded other milestones in the journey of building successful African women.

You can learn more about their activities at www.thewcommunity.com and connect on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more product offerings.

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