By Dipo Olowookere
Courses designed to equip industry leaders with effective strategies and powerful tools to build, manage and grow digital financial services in their respective markets have been launched by the Helix Institute of Digital Finance.
The new courses are in addition to the institute’s flagship Agent Network Accelerator (ANA), Core Principles of DFS; DFS for Microfinance Institutions; Risk & Fraud Management in DFS; Product Innovation & Development; and Rethinking Marketing for DFS.
Meanwhile, the Helix Institute has released dates and is currently receiving applications for Risk & Fraud Management in DFS: 6th – 8th June 2017 in Kampala, Uganda; Rethinking Marketing for DFS Uptake & Usage: 28th August – 1st September 2017 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; and Online Course on the Core Principles of Digital Finance: 29th May – 16th June 2017.
The institute offers global training and provides insights on digital finance in emerging markets. The Helix Institute trainings are particularly designed to equip industry leaders with effective strategies and powerful tools to build, manage and grow digital financial services in their respective markets.
The Helix Institute offers public classroom, online and bespoke trainings in English and French tailored to different market contexts. The trainings are founded on deep industry knowledge, drawn from extensive research and relationships with industry practitioners. The trainings are practical, market-oriented and highly interactive, thus bringing in fresh perspectives and creative thinking to address barriers that are faced by different stakeholders in the digital finance space.
The Helix Institute has trained 500+ participants from 150+ institutions across 40+ countries in Africa and Asia. In all the trainings to date, 100% of the participants confirmed that the trainings would enable them make significant changes within their organisations.
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