You are currently viewing Access Bank, Technology Distributions Ltd. Roll Out Credit Scheme for Business Partners

Access Bank, Technology Distributions Ltd. Roll Out Credit Scheme for Business Partners

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Uncategorized
  • Post comments:0 Comments

Access Bank Nigeria and Technology Distributions Limited (TD Africa) have partnered to roll out a value proposition and distributorship credit scheme for TD’s partners. The proposition includes carefully tailored financial services to assist the partners move their business from good to great. This was disclosed at an empowerment seminar which incidentally had Good to Great as its theme.

Equally important, the session was held on Thursday February 20, 2020 at the Suru Express Hotel, G.R.A Ikeja.

 

The scheme will involve the provision of working capital to finance projects; as well as assets and infrastructure financing for the beneficiaries. Furthermore, the scheme seeks to build the capacity of TD’s partners; giving them the access to critical resources required to grow their business.

 

As a matter of fact, the seminar forms part of TD Africa’s commitment towards empowering its partners; while also positioning them for the company’s new financial year beginning in April 2020.

Relationship Manager, Access Bank, Yetunde Lawal who kicked off the event; commended TD Africa for its passion towards the growth of its partners. She disclosed that Access Bank shares a similar intentional mindset of commitment towards supporting its partners.

 

Access Bank Good To Great
Access Bank’s relationship manager, Yetunde Lawal at The Access Bank Good to Great Event  Photo: Plat4om

 

Empowering TD’s partners to go from Good to Great

Meanwhile, the empowerment seminar was remarkable for the rich insights into the economy and other business intelligence it afforded the partners.

Leading the presentations was Rotimi Aaron Peters of Access Bank’s Economic Intelligence Unit; who delivered a detailed look at the economic outlook for 2020.

 

Access Good to Great
Rotimi Aaron Peters of Access Bank’s Economic Intelligence unit Making a Presentation on The Global Economic Outlook of 2020. Photo: Plat4om

 

He highlighted coronavirus and its impact on the world as key areas shaping the global economy; with huge impacts on the local economy. Among the key developments examined in view of the impacts on the local and international economies were the US-Iran tension, US interest rates, African Continental Free Trade agreements (AfCFTA), Brexit, growth in the emerging markets as well as global crude oil pricing and production.

Also Read:
-Apple Warns Investors That Coronavirus Will Hurt Its Revenue
-GSMA Cancels The 2020 Mobile World Congress Due To Coronavirus Fear
-Tech Thursday Throwback: The First Instagram Photos Ever Posted

Also speaking at the event was Country Manager, IBM Nigeria, Dipo Faulkner who delivered an insight into future tech trends. He identified hyper- automation, human augmentation, empowered edge, hybrid distribution, among others, as tech trends with the potential to change the face of business in the future.

 

Access Bank Good To Great
IBM’s Country Manager, Dipo Faulkner on Tech Trends of the Future   Photo: Plat4om

 

Furthermore, Sebastian Okeke of MasterMindsHRSG Consulting shared some intelligence on sales and distribution optimisation for technology products and services. The session proved an eye-opener for the participating partners, many of whom expressed their delight at learning new techniques to improve their marketing strategy for technology products.

 

Access Bank Good To Great
Partners of Technology Distributions at the Good To Great event  Photo: Plat4om

 

Partners express delight, satisfaction with new knowledge acquired

Equipped with seminars such as these and a distributorship credit scheme, partners are empowered with the right mix of resources to grow their business to enviable heights. Additionally, they gain new financial and business information which delivers real value to them as business owners.

 

Indeed, participants at the event were thrilled with the access to professional insights and knowledge acquired on how to grow their businesses. In a chat with Plat4om, several partners highlighted key areas they would immediately work on upon returning to their offices.

 

Event organisers, TD Africa and Access Bank, have distinguished themselves in their respective sectors.

 

Headquartered in Nigeria and with hubs in four continents, TD Africa is Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest distributors. The company represents a growing portfolio of the biggest global technology brands and has remained the biggest provider of credit to channel partners in Nigeria’s technology ecosystem.

 

On its part, Access Bank is one of Nigeria’s leading banks. With its recent acquisition of Diamond Bank, the bank now boasts of a more robust profile and valid claims of being Nigeria’s biggest lender.

 

For your daily dose of tech, lifestyle and trending content, make sure to follow Plat4om on Twitter @Plat4omLive, on Instagram @Plat4om, on LinkedIn at Plat4om, and on Facebook at Plat4om. You can also email us at info@plat4om.com. Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel HERE.

Leave a Reply