Announcing the partnership TNM’s Chief Officer-Enterprise Services Vishwajeet Deshmukh said the company has contributed money to support the event scheduled to take place from 13-14th October 2017at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
“TNM is impressed with the progress that wealth creation forum has made in sharpening the skills of young entrepreneurs and pushing them to do more through mentorship provided by established entrepreneurs and existing business ventures. We believe that the coming of this renowned business guru will prove beneficial and help people into their entrepreneurship potential,” Deshmukh said.
Deshmukh added that for businesses to grow in this digital era, there is a need for effective and reliable Internet services that TNM currently offers under the newly launched LTE/4.5G network platform.
“Businesses are continually looking for operational efficiency at every level of their organizations to improve productivity and the bottom line. The stage is now set for businesses--big and small--to enjoy a better digital experience as we continue to innovate and upgrade,” he said.
In his remarks, Harry Chima who is Marketing Executive for Wealth Magazine and one of the main organizers of the Wealth Creation forum said the forum is an opportunity for entrepreneurs to share ideas among others.
“We really appreciate to TNM; partnership like this can help us to go a long way,” he said.
TNM is currently in a partnership with mHub – the umbrella body through which Wealth Creation forum are hosted. Through this partnership, TNM has opened three additional ICT hubs in Blantyre, Zomba and Lilongwe and provides free Internet access where young people go to hatch and incubate business ideas.