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MTN Nigeria recently announced the start of The Revv
Programme to mitigate against the effects of COVID-19 on
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). In line with the digital
economy drive of the government as espoused in the National
Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS), which is closely
linked to empowering SMEs as an avenue for the
diversification of the economy, The Revv Programme seeks to
address major macro level issues specifically in the areas of
re-igniting the economy and driving digital inclusion for SMEs.
Adopting a four-pronged approach that includes master
classes, access to market, productivity tools support and
advisory initiatives, The Revv Programme seeks to help SMEs
relearn, rethink and retool their businesses for growth in the
emerging digital economy.
Speaking at the virtual launch of the programme, the
honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy,
Dr. Isa Patanmi commended MTN Nigeria for supporting the
digital economy drive of the country.
Also commenting, the honourable Minister of Industry, Trade
and Investment Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo stated that there is a
nexus between his ministry’s efforts in developing the MSME
space and MTN’s The Revv Programme, which aim to “focus
mainly on MSMEs and address the foundational digital needs
as well as other skills such businesses need to develop; these
include access to information, infrastructure, funding and new
markets.”
The Chief Executive Officer, MTN Nigeria, Ferdi Moolman,
while thanking the ministers for their support said the initiative
seeks to provide support to SMEs as they continue to lead
Nigeria’s growth

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