Outliers Start-up Launches ‘Support Program’ for aspiring Entrepreneurs in Food Sector
Concerned about rising unemployment in Nigeria, a newly-formed start-up, Development Outliers Nigeria Limited, has launched a program for entrepreneurs aiming to venture into the country’s food sector.
Founder/CEO of the Company, Abubakar Gana, made this known during the unveiling.
According to Gana, their ‘Foodie Early Ambassadors’ (FEA) Program is aimed at targeting people who are willing to start a business in the food industry, such as catering, and restaurant business, among others.
He said: “In addition, the FEA Program is expected to provide the most relevant information possible for aspiring entrepreneurs and creates an opportunity to interact with experienced professionals in an individual’s sector of interest.
“The process involves two steps in which aspiring entrepreneurs (learners) register the for the FEA program online by selecting their sector of interest (home food business, restaurant, catering, etc) and revealing what they would like to know.
“Thus, in the next step, the company will then reach out to professionals in the industry with those questions, create reports on the answers and send them back to the learners freely.
“Additionally, apart from the exclusive reports, the FEAs will get other exclusive benefits such as discounts on our products, exclusive work opportunities with us, exclusive product testing, and priority in our media.
“We will create Early Ambassador (EA) programs across several industries that will ensure high economic impact
“We believe that anyone who would join any of our EA programs is an innovator aiming to be different. This is why we want to obtain the most relevant data possible to assist in that journey.”
Meanwhile, interested participants can join the FEA program by clicking on the link to register. https://forms.gle/4ACUTGZQ6EAr6Hx29
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