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TOSSE Celebrates 10 Years of Driving Innovation in Education

All is now set as the Total School Support Seminar/Exhibition (TOSSE) celebrates 
its 10th anniversary this week Thursday and Friday 7th and 8th June 2018. The event is billed to host 100+ exhibitors, 20+ seminars and over 6,000 participants. 

According to the Convener, Mrs. Yinka Ogunde, The theme for this year is 
“Building Strategic Partnerships for Growth” was carefully chosen because it is a time when all sectors must work together in the best interest of the Nigerian child. 

“The Total School Support Seminar/Exhibition (TOSSE) is a platform that brings together all key stakeholders in the Education community. This is a celebration year for us. TOSSE is ten and we have chosen to continue to add value to a sector that holds the key to the development of this Nation” said Yinka Ogunde. 

“The aim of the event is to be a one-stop hub for everything Education and schools 
will get everything they need to run a great school”, she added.
“The event is scheduled to hold at Ten Degrees Event Center, Billings Way, 
Oregun, Lagos. 9:00am daily will be housing visitors from over 23 states of the 
federation as well as neighboring African countries. Exhibitors from various parts 
of the world like; UK, Finland, Kenya, South Africa, Togo, etc will also be present 
at the event”, she hinted.
TOSSE will be featuring over 18 free seminars for school owners, parents, 
administrators, teachers, government officials, etc. Some of the topics are;
 Wealth building and Management for Edupreneurs
 Creating an Ownership Mindset in your Team
 Rich Teacher, Poor Teacher: What Exceptional Educators Know but do not 
 Parent and School Partnership: Working Together to protect our Children’s 
 Positive Discipline Strategies for Improved Learning Outcomes

Running with the Vision
The event is organized by Edumark Consult, an educational consultancy firm 
dedicated to helping institutions develop right strategies that enhance the value of 
their brands and improve the quality of Education.
“The program promises to provide the best of networking, learning, planning and 
buying experiences”, Ogunde assured.


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