Remember to Apply to Ndubuisi Ekekwe’s “Private Client Services: Startup Growth” – Have 24/7 Access to me.

Remember to Apply to Ndubuisi Ekekwe’s “Private Client Services: Startup Growth” – Have 24/7 Access to me.

To all the companies and startups which have applied for considerations in our Private Client Services: Startup Growth [PCS-SG] across the continent, I am aware there is a minor delay getting back to you. Simply, the phone powering the WhatsApp ran out of space and in the process of expanding all, WhatsApp asked for number validation. But the SIM card was not handy. They have fixed all and you will get email and all will be fine.

Through PCS –SG, we work with startups, at any formation level, to create growth. In other words, we hack growth. Our invisible growth-makers get integrated in your operations, and we work with you as partners to fix whatever market friction you are working on.

There is no monetary compensation. You will have 24/7 access to me and my team. We will guide you in all phases of building that business. And we have great results not just in Africa but also in Silicon Valley.

This business began when in my first year in Carnegie Mellon University, a VC invited me as a knowledge expert in Silicon Valley, to make a presentation. A startup had referenced my publication in the pitch document. After the presentation, the startup signed me up. Then, it was acquired within 6 months. My eyes were opened and I had a great Christmas that year.

Since then, I have worked on refining a framework on supporting startups, and at this moment, we are scaling it. Email my team and they will get back to you. I look forward to speak with everyone. If you had applied, there is no need to re-apply; we will get back to you with new number as the technology issue has been solved.

Continue building!!!


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