We have partnered with charity groups, social societies and NGO’s that we believe share the same passion, goals and objective like we have. Non-governmental Organizations like the CORE Development Initiative (www.coredevini.org) where we offer free lectures for -unemployed graduates. We also have long-term partnerships with organizations like Posh-Potters Workshop where we give Personal Mastery and Talent Discovery programs in government LEA schools.

For every training program we conduct, a share of the proceeds derived from each class goes to our adopted orphanage home, Kingdom Kids Klub (www.kingdomkidsorphanage.org) which is based in Plateau State and efficiently run by the wonderful Mrs. Sandra Chikan (who should be nominated for a CNN Heroes Award or TIME Magazine Person of the Year). One more thing, we also have a working relationship with Thomas Honeycomb Foundation (http://www.thfng.com/) an organization that is committed to enhancing the quality of lives through teachings that inspire and empower individuals to achieve their dreams and support communities with educational and infrastructural developments.

We help in assisting them in building individuals with high ethical standard and high esteem. We also support the Breast Cancer Association of Nigeria (BRECAN) in organizing public workshops and charity runs. Finally we have a radio program on We 106.3 F.M tagged Idea 101 where we teach our audience on tools, techniques and tips to start or grow their own business and become self-employed individuals.  Oh! One last thing, we have a fantastic blog, Ask Ebuka- (www.askebuka.com), it is written by one of our Principal Business Strategist, Ebuka J. Anichebe, and it attracts thousands of registered users who gain from insightful business articles with lessons posted frequently.