Pettysave Limited, a leading player in the Nigerian Fin-tech space and a subsidiary of Pertinence Group partnered with Techpoint to host the leadership of the city of Brampton, Canada, led by His Worship, The Mayor of Brampton, Mr. Patrick Brown and City Councilor Charmaine Williams.  

The event which was aimed at unveiling opportunities that Nigerian tech companies can take advantage of in the city of Brampton, Canada, had the leading players in the technology space in attendance.

Speaking at the event, the Managing Director of Pettysave, Mr. Abel Adejoh expressed the timeliness of the event, stating that it could not have come at a better time as Nigerian technology start-ups are faced with many challenges, ranging from infrastructural to financial. Therefore, any support to the start-ups and in the industry would be welcome.

Explaining what the business strives to achieve, Mr. Abel Adejoh stated that Pettysave enables you to attain true financial freedom through savings and investments which can be scheduled conveniently either daily, weekly or monthly.

The Mayor used the opportunity to pledge his support for the Nigerian technology entrepreneurs, pledging to provide whatever assistance was required to push the frontiers of technology disruption both within Nigeria and in Canada.

An initiative of Upsurgence Canada and Pertinence Group – the holding company of Pettysave, with support from the Nigerian Canadian Investment and Trade Group, the event is a culmination of a three-days business visit involving meetings with the Executive Governor of Lagos State, the Ooni of Ife, and Nollywood Parley at Terra Kulture, all aimed at deepening the business relationship between the city of Brampton, Canada, and Nigeria; as well as to identify and share the opportunities for collaboration and partnership open to Nigerians and her businesses with the city of Brampton, Canada.  

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