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Important Nigerian Cities Featured in SME Collab Market Storms Sponsored by Stanbic IBTC Bank

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The Nigerian financial institution Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC has successfully hosted market storm events that have attracted over 5,000 people, business owners, and local companies. Excited attendees who interacted with the bank’s offerings were drawn to the events, which highlighted the variety of banking products and services offered by Stanbic IBTC Bank.

Major cities in the nation, including Ibadan, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Onitsha, were the sites of the just-completed SME Collab Market Storm events, which were held between July 13 and August 14. Part of Stanbic IBTC Bank’s all-encompassing approach to assisting business owners was the initiative.

The events addressed the unique needs of businesses and assisted them in accessing opportunities and financial resources. Among the many tasks offered for SME growth in the respective locations were free FIRS tax registration, account opening, loan access education, and digital onboarding.

Leaders in the market expressed their admiration for Stanbic IBTC Bank’s dedication to empowering small and medium-sized businesses. Their testimonials and recommendations attested to the bank’s noteworthy influence and capacity to establish a rapport with the neighbourhood’s business community.

To provide financial services to its clients, Stanbic IBTC Bank has teamed up with Zone 1 Gbagi Market and Kubwa Village Market in Abuja. Zone 1 Gbagi Market Chairman, Comrade Sarumi Fatai, expressed gratitude for the bank’s support and generosity in offering loans, savings accounts, insurance, and other financial services to support the expansion and success of businesses. The chairman of Kubwa Village Market, Casimir Obilor, commended the bank for its financial education, asset protection, credit availability, and future planning. Gifts and prizes were given to both markets for opening Stanbic IBTC Bank accounts.

The market storm initiative by Stanbic IBTC Bank also pleased and impressed Collins Owhonda Junior, Chairman of Mile 3 Market in Port Harcourt. Every woman’s life and business will be improved, he claimed, by the bank’s many opportunities and valuable contributions. “We can now save, borrow, invest, and insure our businesses thanks to the solutions they have provided. He said.

The fact that other Stanbic IBTC subsidiaries—such as Stanbic IBTC Insurance, Pension, and Asset Management—participated actively in the market storm events was also significant. Through this partnership, the bank is able to showcase its comprehensive approach to offering a range of financial solutions that address every facet of business growth. Chief Executive of Stanbic IBTC Bank Wole Adeniyi discussed the success of the market storms and said that the bank acknowledged the enormous potential of the enterprise market and has remained committed to supporting its customers, making sure that their financial needs are met at every step of their entrepreneurial journey.

Through its Stanbic IBTC Enterprise Academy Workshop Series, which provides training and mentoring programmes, Stanbic IBTC Bank has shown that it is committed to empowering emerging businesses in Nigeria. The triumph of the SME Collabor Market Storm underscored the bank’s emphasis on propelling economic expansion by furnishing entrepreneurs with essential instruments and assets. The bank intends to keep expanding its national outreach to more business owners.

Entrepreneurs and small businesses in the area are urged to look forward to additional chances for expansion and development as the bank moves forward. Participants in the upcoming Stanbic IBTC Enterprise Academy SME training will be prepared with the knowledge and abilities essential for creating long-lasting businesses.

Nigerian SMEs’ success is something that Stanbic IBTC Bank is dedicated to supporting, along with the country’s overall economic growth. The bank is committed to fostering an environment that supports entrepreneurs, as evidenced by its ongoing release of customer value propositions and financial resources.

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Written by Tumininu adeleye

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