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First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s premier and leading financial inclusion services provider has announced the fourth edition of its annual FirstGem Conference.
It is tagged FirstGem 4.0.
The 2021 event, in which FirstBank empowers women, according to a statement signed by Folake Ani-Mumuney, Group Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, and made available to OpenLife Nigeria, is themed ‘The Art of Negotiation’ and convened to provide women with insights on the secrets of wealth management, investment and savings.
The statement disclosed that it is scheduled to hold on Wednesday, 31 March 2021.

The product, FirstGem, is an account designed specifically to meet the needs of women, aged 18 years and above. The product is targeted at a broad spectrum of women, working professionals, entrepreneurs or market women to promote their business through an array of benefits, from free business advisory services on business funding, specialized training on Business Development initiatives (online and physical), regular information or insights on business opportunities or openings in various sectors and industries. FirstGem account owners have access to mouth-watering discounts at merchant outlets (spas, salons, grocery stores) that offer lifestyle products and services.

The Guest Speakers at the event are Mrs. Ibukun Awosika – Chairman, Board of Directors, First Bank of Nigeria Limited; Prof Pedro Videla – Prof. of Economics at IESE Business School and Prof Mehta Kandarp, Senior Lecturer, IESE Business School. They would respectively speak on the topics; the theme of the International Women’s Day “Choose to Challenge”, the current state of the Global Economy and how it Impacts Business Decisions and Negotiation as a Tool for Winning in Business & Career.FirstGem has successfully empowered women in states across the geo-political zones in Nigeria and the United Kingdom.

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