Simply Exponential Consult Limited, a personal and organizational development, and training company, has acquired the partnership of She Works Here through a grant from the United States African Development Foundation (USADF), to set up a learning management system (LMS) and an all-female pre-accelerator programme tagged Hermoneyclinic.
Women in business and tech founders are the target audience for the program. Through the partnership, women who want to raise money for their businesses will have the chance to sign up for the training program at a significantly reduced cost.
The Managing Consultant of the firm, Fayo Williams, while speaking at the Launch Webinar said: “Simply Exponential Consult Limited (SECL) is a training and consulting company founded in 2010 to help people and organizations attain set goals in the areas of human capital development and business management.
“It is a Nigerian-owned company with international affiliations. We are very excited at the opportunity given us to scale our training operations, leveraging on technology.”
At the same event, Managing Director of She Works Here, Ms. Thelma Ekiyor, said: “Our Small Women Owned Businesses (SWOB) programme funded by the United States African Development Foundation (USADF) made the grant available, specifically to support women in business who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. She Works Here is proud to support your organization and we look forward to a constructive relationship.”
One of the goals of the award, according to the grant agreement letter delivered to SECL on September 16, 2021, is to “Develop a virtual incubator and learning management system.”
Hermoneyclinic is a four-week pre-accelerator online training program for access to financing where barriers for Women Owned Businesses (WOBs) are identified and addressed.
The program’s goal isn’t to distribute money; rather, it’s to help female entrepreneurs develop their skills, become more investment-ready, and connect with the right sources of funding so they can grow and extend their companies by utilizing debt, equity, or grants.
Although Nigerian business environment constraints and regulatory background are used, the course addresses universally applicable access to finance fundamentals.
Deadline is July 20, 2022.
To begin your application, click HERE.