Road to Growth in Nigeria
Our flagship seven-week training programme Road to Growth has been delivered in Nigeria since 2015, with its fourth iteration running in Autumn 2021.
With the support of our partners, the ExxonMobil Foundation and the Enterprise Development Centre, we ran our seven-week intensive Road to Growth business training programme in Nigeria for the fourth time in 2021.
Road to Growth is one of the Foundation’s five flagship programmes. The seven-week intensive business management and investment readiness programme programme uses a unique, custom-built online learning tool.
100 women entrepreneurs have been selected to participate in our fourth Road to Growth programme in Nigeria. 50 of those selected will undertake combined in-class and online training, and 50 have been selected to take part in training which is completely online.
Our Road to Growth programme has run four times in Nigeria since 2015, when the programme was first piloted in the country. For more information about the history of the programme, please take a look at our Road to Growth programme page.
Road to Growth's impact in Nigeria
87% of participants explained that the programme had helped them to implement new or improved methods, procedures or strategies
55% of participants had either sustained or increased their business revenue, despite the impacts of COVID-19
56% of the participants had improved confidence in terms of how to grow their business
Watch our video about the impact of Road to Growth in Nigeria:
Road to Growth has supported hundreds of women entrepreneurs in Nigeria, with the programme currently being rolled out for the fourth time there in Autumn 2021.
Road to Growth: an intensive business management and investment readiness programme
Road to Growth is one of the Foundation's five flagship programmes, which also include Road to Leadership, Road to Finanace, HerVenture and the Mentoring Women in Business programme. The programme is delivered over seven weeks, covering a new topic every week. Road to Growth is currently delivered in Nigeria, Kenya and Guyana.