In 2015, a chance application – and later selection – into the inaugural edition of the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme set the ball rolling for Neni’s Auto Care. It provided premier education on business management – it was focused, simplified and very practicable. Having a mentor in the start-up phase of my business was very instrumental in making quality decisions and getting useful information on how to position my company. I acquired useful equipment and expanded my services because of the seed capital investment. Having seed capital meant I could focus on business growth rather than being under the intense pressure of loan repayment. Today, wehaveathrivingbusiness with 25 employees where we offer auto diagnostic services, auto and body repairs, vehicle inspection and more to several clients across the city, including exclusive contracts with Uber Lagos and Cheki Nigeria and we do this thanks to the resources provided by the Foundation.