Have you ever wondered what your legacy to your children will be?
What is your legacy to your children?
For so many of us, we banter every day about how difficult adulting is, and we daydream about having a Dangote or an Otedola type of wealth from our parents. Unfortunately, a good number of new parents and millennials are making the same mistake our parents made, when they tried their absolute best, but mostly prepared us for a world that no longer exists.
We are so caught up in the hustle and bustle of survival in this ever-changing, fast-paced capitalist world, that we forget to look out for the kids and get them ready for the world they will have to adult in, sparing them the momentous mindset changes that we had to endure.
There are so many ways to go about this type of education and miseducation, particularly in a country where our education sector might not be keeping up to date with the current realities.
This is why we organised the Herconomy Teenage Vision-Boarding event for the young adults who we owe the responsibility of preparing for the realities they will be facing in a few years.
Sign up your children and wards for this event today by clicking the button below.
Supercharge Your Business Growth with Chekkit
The one thing every business needs is GROWTH. The moment you stop growing, you start dying.
At Herconomy, we're constantly thinking about how we can help the SMEs within our network to keep growing year on year.
This is why we have partnered with Chekkit Technologies to organize an interactive and practical Goal Smashing Strategy session for small to medium-scale producers/manufacturers of food, beverage, cosmetics, fashion/accessories, medicines, and other physical products.
This event will have 2 sessions; one for reviewing the challenges and wins from 2021 while the other will focus on creating smart goals for 2022 and strategizing how to smash them. There will also be a networking session for you to interact with other business owners like you.
Chekkit is sponsoring 50 businesses that fall into the criteria above so spaces are limited and I advise you to register immediately.
That's not all; the 50 businesses will also be gifted 3 months FREE access to:
1. Chekkit's database of over 5 million Nigeria consumers for you to market your products directly to
2. Chekkit's marketing automation and consumer engagement software to help you scale up your marketing efforts and grow faster
3. A chance to be featured in a promotional video telling the story of your brand and your proposition to consumers
Date: 1st February 2022
Time and Venue will be sent to selected participants after registration
Book Your Slot ---> https://bit.ly/sme-growth-session
JOIN US AT THE INVESTMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR on the 23rd of January, 2022
We will like to inform you about The TGIx Event 2022 - Open Investment Conversations with leading Financial Experts in Africa, to be held on the 23rd of January, 2022.
We believe this event will be beneficial to all members of our community who are interested in learning how to make informed investment decisions and create a financial plan for the year, given the economic trends such as the energy crisis, the Covid pandemic, rising food prices, economic volatility, and inflation threats.
At this event, there will be well-rounded, open conversations on investment trends and opportunities that will keep participants informed on how best to make financial plans in 2022. They will also drive conversations about the future of money, digital assets, and currencies.
The Keynote speaker for the event is Mr. Bolaji Balogun, a well-respected investment banking professional, the CEO of Chapel Hill Denham, one of the top 5 assets management companies in Nigeria.
Other seasoned speakers are Abiola Adekoya (Lead Wealth Advisor, Artios Capital), Kola Aina (Founding Partner, Ventures Platform), Chinwe Egwin (Chief Economist, Coronation Merchant Bank), to mention a few.
These speakers will be speaking on two core panels; the first panel on finding investment opportunities in crisis and the second panel on the future of money.
Please click HERE to find out more information about the event and proceed to register using this link.
Kindly note that it will be on a first-come, first-serve basis as we have limited seats available.
We look forward to hearing from you seeing you there.
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“Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!”
— Anne Frank