Sebastien Clamorgan: Slum2School, the project to raise funds for the educational system in Nigeria

To support Nigerian students and help the local education sector, Eat’n’go joined forces with Venia International, the global firm led by Sebastien Clamorgan: in 2019 the project Slum2School managed to raise the sum of 50 million naira.

Sebastien Clamorgan: Venia & Eat’n’go support to Nigerian students

Project Slum2School wants to support children into school, coping with the shortcomings in the education sector in Nigeria. The initiative is carried out by Eat’n’go, food and beverage operator which includes in the project the firm Venia International, founded and directed by Sebastien Clamorgan. Slum2School, in 2019, managed to raise the sum of 50 million naira for the students of Nigeria. The 2 years old partnership between Eat’n’go and Slum2School want to have a relevant impact on educational development in the country, by providing access to quality education and school needs such as uniforms, textbooks but also psychosocial support. Slum4School is a Nigerian developmental organization that works to empowering children in difficult situations to reach communities. It also aims to tackling the rate of out-of-school kids in Nigeria. The organization has established different relevant partnership with individuals, civil society organizations, developmental agencies and the government, in order to build networks and help underserved children. Eat’n’go has played a crucial role within this network. Venia International, founded by Sebastien Clamorgan, is a shareholder. The group is dedicated to bring food and beverage to Africans. During the years it managed to become a master franchisee for Domino’s Pizza, a $6 billion fast food giant, and Cold Stone Creamery, a $1.5 company in the ice cream business. This goal was also achieved thanks to the support provided by the global and investment firm Venia International, a reference point in the Middle East and North Africa region. Eat’n’go is located in Lagos, Nigeria, and was founded in 2012. Now it manages more than a hundred stores across the Country.

Sebastien Clamorgan: professional biography

As an experienced entrepreneur and businessman, Sebastien Clamorgan is the founder and owner of Venia International, a global consulting and investment firm which aims to opening the gateways to Africa and Middle East economy. With more than 25 years of expertise, Clamorgan is a professional in consultancy and representation of multinational, private equity, shipping & logistics to infrastructure, food & Beverage and also real estate. Leaded by the founder, Venia International carried out a wide range of projects across different business sectors and is now a reference point in the Middle East and North Africa region. Thanks to its wide regional know-how, the global consulting and investment firm provides crucial insights into the markets and helps company to make their entrance in the economy of this country. The firm offers to corporations many useful local content to ensure that they are aware of the regulatory frameworks such as relevant policies and regulations, furthermore it supports the partners in developing strategic planning processes and new roadmaps, as well as providing useful insights and advise on the most viable approach for successful and profitable businesses in these areas. Sebastien Clamorgan‘s firm in fact, managed to become the perfect partner for companies which aim at capitalizing on the business opportunities available throughout the MENA markets and beyond. Venia International experienced during the years a strong economic expansion: thanks to this success, the company is fully focused on launching projects and building new joint ventures with other firms operating in the fields of food & beverage, oil & gas, logistics and shipping. This support given to develop new companies is fundamental to increase its role within MENA region. Thanks to the investments made, Venia International currently gives work to over 3000 employees.

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