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CCITraders to hold public lecture, seminar on Digital Wealth

CCITraders, a leading online trading firm has finalized arrangements to hold a public lecture and business seminar on digital wealth creation.

The event tagged “Shifting Into 21st Century Digital Wealth Economy”, is organized to inform people of unlimited opportunities that came with globalization and digitization (ICT) which has the capacity to reduce unemployment and create more wealth for investors. It is billed to hold on 19th August. 2018 at Swiss Spirit Hotel and Suites, Rivers state, by 3:30pm.

Speakers for the event are; Eng. Emeka Unachukwu, Eng, Ngozi Emefiena, Pastor, Dan Nsiegbe, Mr Joseph Babalola. and many more.

Convener of the event and founder of CCITraders, Uche Paragon speaking about the event said, “It is going to be very educative and eye opening. There is need to educate the public about new ways of doing business, diversification and investment. We will focus on online Crude oil trading, Agro trading , regular forex and others.

“A lot of people are still not aware of the unlimited opportunities that came with globalization, (ICT) which has the capacity to reduce unemployment to 80% and create more wealth for investors.

“For example, the multi-billion dollars oil industry is another sector that people are not aware they can participate and make unlimited income by trading this products (Crude oil) as a stocks online at their comfort without any restriction, such as Brent crude, light crude , natural gas , etc.. with a passive income.

“The truth is that crude oil is a predictable commodity with active investors which makes it easier for investors to earn good return of profit on regular basis

“On this public lecture and business seminar, a lot will be unfold to people, it is an opportunity you must not miss. Access is free and you will have two days training on how to get started. Those invited are any interested individual including those in oil and sectors.

www.ccitraders.com/seminar


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