Wema Bank, Nigeria’s most innovative lender, is preparing to celebrate the International Women’s Day 2023 in a grand style.
In a statement, the bank said it aims to honor women and provide them with opportunities to achieve success in their personal and professional lives as the celebration of this year’s event, on March 8, 2023, in Lagos, will be focused on the global theme, “Embrace Equity”.
According to the statement discussions will center on the topic of equity and achieving economic growth for women in their careers and businesses. “The event will feature, keynote speaker Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, as well as panelists Tosin Olaseinde, Fela Durotoye, and Adenike Oyetunde-Lawal.”
The statement read in part, Head of Brand & Marketing Communications at Wema Bank, Mabel Adeteye, said the event aims to celebrate and appreciate Wema Bank customers and the Nigerian Women in General while equipping them with knowledge they need to succeed in their careers and businesses.
According to her, the event will enable women to achieve economic, financial, and mental growth.
The statement read in part, “Sara by Wema, the bank’s women’s proposition, has been designed to grow with women and has proven to be the best solution, with tailored offerings ranging from health plans to business financing and advisory services.
“Individuals who wish to attend the event, either virtually or in person, must register on the Wema Bank website https://wemabank.com/sarabywema/
“Wema Bank is Nigeria’s oldest indigenous financial institution, offering a range of value-adding banking and financial advisory services for 77 years.
“The bank was incorporated in 1945 as a Private Limited Liability Company and transformed into a Public Limited Liability Company in 1987, listing on the Nigerian Exchange.”