Startups

Earning from multiple streams of income, leveraging digital tools

It is obvious, in Nigeria today, that having only one source of income is not enough to sustain individuals, as well as their families. Salaries are also, usually delayed for Months, but commitments and obligations in expenses are daily competing to be met.
Nigerians, therefore, need to have ‘side hustles’ and alternative, informal sources of income to supplement their salaries from paid employment or sole source of income.
Utilizing an experiential learning approach, Adekunle Ajiboye, is poised to lead participants in a Training on utilizing digital platforms and tools, to maximize the returns they can obtain from their “side hustles”.
The secondary goal of the Training, is to enhance entrepreneurial activities, thus, the second part of the Training, will be on the Startup & Founding dilemmas, that entrepreneurs encounter and proffer researched approaches of addressing them, hence, the Training is a “must attend’ for Startups.
The first 50 participants to register for the Training, also gets free valuable Journals that will assist them in improving their individual and business lives.
To be a part of the Training, register @ www.training.cfatech.ng/passiveincome

Meet The Trainer

Adekunle Ajiboye, is the CEO, Aajimatics.com, a company that leverages informatics to enable processes, procedures, organisations and entities to function optimally. The company is based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Adekunle Ajiboye’s educational and professional background gives him a broad range of domain expertise in the entire eHealthsphere, ICT Tools & Applications for Commerce, IoT + Big Data and Entrepreneurial Consulting. Aside from his leadership roles @ AAJIMATICS and other firms, he serves as a SME @ the GEIA among other institutions.
He is a celebrated alumnus of McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Canada with graduate degrees in Engineering and eHealth and a Computer Information Systems graduate of the City University of New York-Lehman College, USA. In celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary, Adekunle was recognized as one of the outstanding 150 McMaster Engineering graduates.
In continued celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, Adekunle is also honored with the distinguished Nation Builder Award by David Sweet who is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Flamborough-Glanbrook and Chair of the Conservative caucus.He is a HIMSS-EP and member of IsFTEH, COACH and AMIA and also featured in Canada’s Who’s Who.
Adekunle continues to be heavily involved on the Entrepreneurship landscape in North America and Nigeria with experiential success and was nominated for the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year-2016 Award in Canada. Adekunle makes time to serve as an occasional professor at 2 of North America’s leading universities as part of his commitment to impacting the next generation. He is also a frequent speaker on eTechnologies to academic and international conference audiences.

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