As part of efforts by the Board of Directors and Senior Management of JIT Capital Group to expand on its financial services and investment business, especially with the development of SMEs in provincial areas, a strategic direction has been mapped out during a two day retreat in Freetown.
Engagement training on Facility Management was completed by Global Property and Facilities International Limited (GPFI) Nigeria joined by counterparts in Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
The retreat brought together senior staff and some members of the Board to discuss the vision of the CEO/President, Dr. Ezekiel K. Duramany-Lakkoh. The company is currently completing arrangements for the introduction of two new businesses in Sierra Leone in partnership with GPFI Nigeria and Climax Petroleum. Hopefully two big Nigerian companies will visit Sierra Leone later this year to engage with business and political stakeholders on the push towards harnessing the investment platform on gray areas in Sierra Leone.
This year’s retreat saw the participation of two Sierra Leoneans who are also interested in doing business in the country, Dauda Conteh and Adams Kpewa who came from the United States. Both have demonstrated commitment and patriotism to a call to business as well as affirming to work with the Group in both Sierra Leone and the United States.
The JIT Capital SME Development Scheme works with clients in order to build investment strategies carefully considering their business models geared towards understanding how much exposure is appropriate to finance various investments projects.
JIT Capital particularly operates in deprived communities as a business entity that provides access and efficiency.