Association Launches Learning Hub to Boost Agriculture
The Association of African Start-ups (TAAS) has launched a learning hub for entrepreneurs and small and medium business to expand their different lines of business.
During the launch of the TAAS learning hub in Gbagada, Lagos, The Chief Executive of TAAS, Omayemi Sage, said the initiative cuts across different sectors like Agriculture, fashion, education among others, where entrepreneurs will be trained with different skills required to perform well in their businesses.
He called on entrepreneurs to invest their time and effort in expanding their businesses.
“The learning hub would help entrepreneurs to get trained, empowered and create opportunities for them to expand. Our country today needs to empower the entrepreneurs for them to help build the nation’s economy.”
“The start-up is meant to challenge and be a means of a support system to help encourage the entrepreneurs for them not to settle for less.”
He said start-up doesn’t focus only on a particular sector but it but rather encompasses general entrepreneurial skills and challenges.
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