Conversations Should Be Held As Good Business Persons To Advance Humanity – The Summit

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The Summit is the first organised by Did You Know Studios.

Abuja - September 17 - Mediaage NG News – An event, The Summit, which provided a platform for networking, knowledge sharing, and exploring opportunities for growth and collaboration in business, and in tandem with moral etiquettes, was on Saturday held in Abuja, the Nigerian capital.

Organized by Did You Know Studios Limited and co-hosted by One17 Capital Limited, the event was a gathering of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, and professionals from various businesses in the private sector, in conjunction with spiritual advisers.

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The founder and CEO of Did You Know Studios, Nasiruddin Shuraim Abdulmumin said being the first ever event organised by the company, it was aimed at “making contents for people to understand the proper and deep understanding of the Islamic religion tied to our existence as Muslims”.

Stressing on the importance of how to grow financially, he said the event sets up the need why conversations should be held as good business persons to advance the cause of humanity.

“Sometimes, we say we want to make money but, how we make this money is very important”, he said.

MediaageNG Conversations Should Be Held As Good Business Persons To Advance Humanity - The Summit Abuja - September 17 - Mediaage NG News - An event, The Summit, which provided a platform for networking, knowledge sharing, and exploring opportunities for growth and collaboration in business, and in tandem with moral etiquettes, was on Saturday held in Abuja, the Nigerian capital.

“As Muslims, we have been given everything by Allah to become successful in whatever we do. We are here in this summit to discuss issues and learn and for Allah to make it easy for us”, Mr.Abdulmumin stated.

Mrs. Amal Hassan, the founder of Outsource Global, while elaborating on insights on what propelled her to the growth she has had in business today, encouraged that young business CEOs should not be discouraged by difficulties in the early stages of business, citing her experience, having repeatedly restarted her business until it clicked to become the brand it is today.

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Backed with a strong educational background and impressive career history, Mrs. Hassan during her address, said she wasn’t deterred by problems faced in the infant stages of building a business but, her motive was geared towards being an employer of labour.

She owns the first ICT training centre in Kano State. Mrs. Hassan described it as one that wasn’t for financial gains but, was meant to get people trained and employed.

According to her, under leadership, Outsource Global, spread across Lagos, Kaduna and Abuja has created over 1500 jobs.

Sheikh Mufti Menk spoke of the importance of understanding that wealth is made available for all by Allah, therefore, one must be engaged in a business to earn a living and make wealth to also cater for others.

“You need to survive, you need to actually earn for Allah has made it compulsory for you to go and make a living, he said.

“Make sure you are doing something to earn it so that you can provide for those who are dependent on you, it’s one of the tenets of Islam.

“You must have the wealth. You must be able to do some form of business to afford double, triple rewards of that business.

“In some cases, most times, you do business to empower others and in our quest to survive and live a comfortable life”, Sheikh Menk added.

He also said as a Muslim, there is no need to be scared of losing wealth, as Allah the sustainer of wealth has ensured that whatsoever is made for someone before death must surely get to him.

“No soul will taste death until every portion of sustainace is given to it. If there’s one grain of rice that’s remaining and is supposed to go through your mouth, it will definitely come. So, trust in Allah”, he encouraged.

The event had presentation of business pitches by young entrepreneurs/CEOs, some of which include Trade Hive Limited, NJ Nigeria, Amisec Industrial Company, Agrovesto, Noustandard Studios, Hawee Emporium Enterprise, Saifaish Collections, Conc X, Post Pay, amongst others.

It was partnered with Bank of Industry, Leptons, Abuja Investment Company, Billard Realty, and others.

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