Thinking About Export? Remember – Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread! African Sustainable SME Export Trade Solutions (ASSETS) is partnering with African Hub International to bring to all SMEs a constructive workshop themed Preparing Nigerian SMEs For Opportunities And Challenges In The Non-oil Export Sector.
Thinking About Export?
2016 is drawing swiftly to a close ….what a challenging year!
As the going got tougher you kept going and managed to survive. well done!
But in 2017, which is just a few weeks away, we want to do better, and we can, if we continue to sacrifice our time, energy and resources, until the xmas and new year festivities, to ensure that our companies have built a solid foundation for sustainable growth from next year onwards.
It’s not over till it’s over!
The question is: Do you want your business to survive or thrive in 2017?
Have you been thinking about, or working towards exporting Nigerian products to ECOWAS, European or American markets next year?
Don’t let 1st January 2017 catch you unawares and unprepared!
If you did not attend either of the special workshops for SMEs on Non-oil export organised in June and October this year by African Sustainable SME Sxport Trade Solutions (ASSETS), you are not fully equipped to tap into the opportunities, and find solutions to the challenges, of the Non-oil export sector in Nigeria.
You literally cannot afford to miss this opportunity to obtain vital information on getting ready for export, at a special end-of-year highly discounted registration fee of N10,000 and early bird fee of N8,000 if payment is made on or before Monday, 12th December.
This workshop will enable you make the right decisions about what your company’s crucial next steps should be towards achieving its goal of going global.
Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions?
• Should I switch from import to export?
• How can SMEs become major players in the Non-oil export value chain?
• Should my company get involved in export?
• How do I know if my product is export ready?
• If I don’t have a product yet what can I do?
• If I am a marketer can I get involved in export?
If you want answers to any of these questions, don’t miss this golden opportunity and you will also get the latest information about new incentives and critical issues affecting the non-oil export sector in Nigeria.
At a special workshop to prepare smes for opportunities and challenges in the Non-oil export sector at African Hub International, No. 4 Sule Abuka street, off Opebi road (beside GTBank) Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.
Thursday 15th December, 2016 from 9am – 4.pm (registration commences at 8.30am)
What does it cost?
Registration: N10, 000
Early bird fee: 8, 000 (if payment is made on or before Monday 12th December, 2016)
To register: make payment to the african hub international ltd
Account number: 1014797016
Bank: Zenith Bank
Use your company name as reference. once payment is made kindly scan deposit slip or proof of transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with name and phone number.
Contact numbers: Call 081 7393 9393, 090 5799 9929
Invest wisely today in building the capacity of your business to become a major player in the sme non-oil export value-chain!
Limited space available – first come first served!!!
Participants will also benefit from the following:
Information about the nexim non-oil export stimulation facility and other export financing packages
Information about market access programmes including:
• ECOWAS Trade Liberalisation Scheme (ETLS) and ECOBIZ
• USA – African Growth and Opportunity ACT (AGOA)
• European Union EU Export Helpdesk and EPA
Display and assessment of samples: One product per participant
Information about special facilities, assistance, and training provided by government agencies and development partners for Nigerian export-oriented SME producers and marketers.
Success stories, networking and information on how to benefit from workshop follow-up programmes by becoming a member of the Assets SME Export Business Network from January 2017.
Workshop facilitator and coordinator:
MS SHADE BEMBATOUM-YOUNG,
CEO African Sustainable SME Export Trade Solutions (ASSETS)