eLearning and International Development

International development initiatives are increasingly integrating eLearning and blended learning. New e-learning approaches can build skills that MSMEs and women entrepreneurs need to access finance and grow businesses.

Blended Learning for Women Entrepreneurs in Nigeria

Honoring Women Entrepreneurs & Women-Owned SMEs

Woman-Owned SMEs in NigeriaThis International Women’s Day Emerging360 is celebrating women-owned SMEs.

We’re proud to be partnering with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, ExxonMobil Foundation, the Enterprise Development Centre of Pan-Atlantic University, and Diamond Bank on the Road to Women’s Business Growth initiative.

In fact, Cherie Blair is in Nigeria to host a special event for our project, along with 250 of the 500 women entrepreneurs who are graduating from the first phase.

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Emerging360 Collaborating with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women to Build Capacity of Women Entrepreneurs in Nigeria

women entrepreneursThe Cherie Blair Foundation for Women has selected Emerging360 as the Technology Partner for its “Road to Women’s Business Growth” initiative.

Road to Women’s Business Growth is a collaborative venture led by the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women in collaboration with the ExxonMobil Foundation, Enterprise Development Centre, and key financial institutions. Launched in 2014, the two-year project is designed to build the business skills and financial literacy of women entrepreneurs in Nigeria, and to improve their access to finance. Read more