Titilola Adisa
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Titilola Adisa replied to member's discussion How can Business and the UN Work Together Towards the Sustainable Development Goals?
"2016 should be a year in which businesses identify issues affecting their businesses and take action by forming alliances, advocating and lobbing for a change in policy on the issues for gender equality and business growth ."
Feb 25, 2016
Titilola Adisa replied to member's discussion How can Business and the UN Work Together Towards the Sustainable Development Goals?
"UN should set up training on how women economic empowerment could be streamlined into strategic planning of businesses as well business associations. Business associations should also be trained on how to effectively lobby, advocate and form…"
Feb 25, 2016
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can we strengthen collaboration in support of women and girl empowerment?
"I agree with you Payal businesses should consider enabling education for girls and reduce child marriage and child abuse."
Nov 26, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can we strengthen collaboration in support of women and girl empowerment?
"Hello Maria, How can our women in micro and small businesses in Nigeria participate in  Goal programme ?  "
Nov 26, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can we strengthen collaboration in support of women and girl empowerment?
"Dear Zoya, How can a coalition of women business associations take part in your financial literacy training."
Nov 26, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can we strengthen collaboration in support of women and girl empowerment?
"Our research into Increasing access to credit for micro and small and women entrepreneurs brought out the urgent need and importance of financial literacy for women. Presently most Government and financial  stakeholder are implementing…"
Nov 26, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Design Expo 2014: Online Discussion - Access to Energy
"The government should produce a good policy document on alternate energy which will bring in investors for the production of alternate energy products e. g solar products. Once there is competition and level playing ground, the prices will reduce…"
Jun 9, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Design Expo 2014: Online Discussion - Access to Energy
"A training on maintenance of any solar product will enhance the sales of the product."
Jun 9, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Design Expo 2014: Online Discussion - Access to Energy
"I will kike to know about this ."
Jun 9, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Design Expo 2014: Online Discussion - Access to Energy
"Solar energy and bio gas"
Jun 9, 2014
Titilola Adisa replied to Milan Samani's discussion How can an intrapreneur working in a large company really make a difference?
"I agree with you but when intrigue of boardroom politics come into play will an intrapreneur be allowed to perform?"
Oct 17, 2013
Titilola Adisa replied to Page Schindler Buchanan's discussion How can business education make a difference in people's lives and livelihoods?
"Literacy in the use of information technology will enhance the use of mobile phones and online education technology in order to bring more training and networking opportunities. The school curriculum from primary to secondary and tertiary education…"
Sep 19, 2013
Titilola Adisa replied to Nick Conger's discussion How is sustainable food production helping to pull people out of poverty?
"I agree with you. But i believe if big company can set-up or design a good direct marketing chain for small farmers and support ( training & equipment) them with modern technology. This will create sustainable food production, reduce…"
Jun 6, 2013
Titilola Adisa replied to member's discussion Launching the B Team: How can we catalyse a new way of doing business?
"The discussion should include how the 50% world population(women) that has been neglected will be included in social, economic and political leadership. This will create equality which will reduce poverty, improve security and produce peaceful…"
Jun 5, 2013
Titilola Adisa shared Business Fights Poverty's page on Facebook
Sep 25, 2012

BFP Team
Zahid Torres-Rahman and Titilola Adisa are now friends
Jul 19, 2012

Profile Information

Sector
I work for government, I am just interested, I work for a non-government organisation
Website:
http://www.nou.edu.ng
About my work:
I am the Chief Computer Programmer Analyst in the ICT Dept of the University. The President Secretary to the BPW-Lagos- Nigeria Club an NGO OF BPW- INTERNATIONAL.
Member Mentoring Task Force BPW International .
Topics on my radar:
Education, Enterprise Development, Environment, Inclusive Business Models, Measuring Impact, Partnerships, Technology, Trade, Water, Women and Business
Other Topics on my radar:
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Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 9:40 on November 8, 2011, team said…

Hi Titilola - we noticed you sent a friendship request to Member of the Week.  As this is an admin account please re-send your friendship request via the profile page of the person you would like to contact.

Thanks,

Business Fights Poverty Member Relations Team

At 9:28 on November 9, 2011, team said…

Hi Titilola - Please click on this link:

http://www.businessfightspoverty.org/profile/PennyFowler

and then use the "+add as friend" function on the left hand side to connect with Penny Fowler.

Thanks,

Member Relations Team

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