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Sendy Partners with Meta to Equip Kenyan and Nigerian Business Owners


Sendy is a tech startup that makes simple tech solutions to help businesses sell, move items, and get financing. Through a partnership with Meta and the Innovation Growth Hub (IGHub), Sendy is giving free training to SMEs on how to grow their businesses.

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), business owners, and entrepreneurs will learn how to use Meta’s platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, and Messenger, to grow their businesses through the Meta Boost training program.

Social media has become an essential tool for the growth of many businesses. It has opened up many business opportunities. Additionally, we believe that our collaboration with Meta through the IG Hub will provide businesses with a platform from which they can capitalize on the growth potential of digital platforms. Mesh Alloys, the founder and CEO of Sendy, says that this shows how hard we work to get more companies to use our products.

SMEs will get training on a wide range of topics, such as how to increase their online visibility, target their social media audience, use Instagram commerce solutions, write compelling ads, Create Facebook Stores, Instagram Shops, and More!

Innovation Growth Hub (IGHub), an organization that focuses on reaching out to small businesses, has partnered with META, formerly known as Facebook, to educate 8,000 small businesses in Nigeria in 2022. Sendy has also shown much interest in IGHub’s network of customers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The two groups are working together to train business owners in MetaBoost. CEO of IGHub, Daniel Chinagozi

Since it was first introduced, the Meta Boost course has taught thousands of small and medium-sized businesses in Africa how to use digital tools to reach their business goals.

The training will take place on September 28 and 29 and last for two days. Following this link, SMEs, business owners, and entrepreneurs can sign up.




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