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Better Business

Begins:

30

April

Making Money in a Covid-19 World

Platform Zoom
Course Duration 1 hours
Cost: N1,500
Certification: NO

Welcome Note


Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, several organizations have either switched to working remotely, or shut down. Some have had to downsize or halved the salaries of their staff as a way to survive these tough times. As this pandemic continues to impact almost every part of our lives, there are going to be major opportunities for existing brands and new startup companies that will leverage either an opportunistic or a longer-term opportunity. So, regardless of the challenges and the difficulties that come with the pandemic, some opportunities are available for people to take advantage of. At the end of this course, participants would be able to identify key areas to make money during this pandemic, as well as the skills they can acquire to be able to participate in the remote economy. They will also identify the opportunities that the pandemic has created in the world today.



Course Outline Content



1. The gaps created by COVID-19
COVID-19: The impact and realities
What challenges and what opportunities?
Skills you can learn to take advantage of the opportunities

2. Opportunities Created by COVID-19
Opportunistic
Longer Term
Types of Remote Jobs Available

3. Bonus: 50 sites where you can work remotely
4.Questions & Answers

Nwachinemere Emeka

Head,Coporate Strategy, EFARMS

Nwachinemere is a goal driven, innovation and technology enthusiast passionate about transforming Africa into the food hub of the world. He is a fellow of both Leap Africa and Fate Foundation, as well as a recipient of the Total Startupper Awards for Innovation and Nigerian Innovation Awards in 2016. The multi-award winning serial entrepreneur is a 2015 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program Alumni, and was named part of the Africa Price shortlist of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2018. He also won the 2017 World Bank Ideas for Action competition in 2017, placing first out of 743 teams from 118 countries. Nwachinemere is a graduate of University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He has also received specialized training on Business and Entrepreneurship from Enterprise Development Center, Pan African University, Lagos and has over 7 years of experience in the Nigerian Business ecosystem. He has a dream that one day, extreme poverty and hunger would be eradicated from Africa and the world. He is a writer and public speaker with interests in governance and advocacy. You can connect with him on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin for further engagement.

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