The initiative, which is billed to hold between 8 and 15 of August, 2021, was graced by CEOs and stakeholders in startup investment space come in partnership with the Nigeria and South African Trade and Investment Commission. According to the organisers, project WINHER is for the women to maxout their investment opportunities and networks with strong exposure to investment opportunities within Nigeria and outside Nigeria, while changing the narratives and correcting the impression that Nigeria is not a safe haven for investment.
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