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Workshop on Sustainability and Social Innovation for Managers and Executives

3psmars International partners with Paris Graduate School, Friends of Nigeria (FoN) and We for Good to organize a a three-day Workshop on Sustainability and Social Innovation for Managers and Executives from private and public institutions in Nigeria. The workshop will take place in Paris, France from 11th to 13th March, 2020.

It will be followed by a one-day business and social tour of Paris.

Click on the following link to register: Sustainability and Social Innovation – Registration. 



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