For over three decades, oil exports have remained the main foreign exchange earner for Nigeria. However, recent developments in the global market and local oil sector have heightened the need for Nigeria to diversify its economy away from oil. Boosting non-oil exports and building strong and sustainable export capability is now at the heart of Nigeria’s diversification strategy. Exporting not only improves foreign exchange revenue, but countries most successful in export have stronger link to wealth creation, employment generation and sustainable poverty reduction.
Based on the focus of the Nigerian government on promoting exports, Fidelity Bank Plc, Lagos Business School and Nigerian Export Promotion Council initiated the Export Promotion Capacity Building Programme.
This 5-day programme is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, tools and skills required to develop their export businesses in line with global standards.
Cost of Programme: ₦185,000 inclusive of VAT
- Overview of Nigeria’s export activities
- Assessment of the Potentials to become a successful exporter
- Accessibility of Export Markets – EU, USA, ASIA, etc.
- Definition and Implementation of the activities required to make a product market-ready
- Understanding, Selection and Implementation of Supply Chain Management for Exports
- Definition and Implementation Financial Management for Exports
- Selection and Application of on-going Export Development Business Processes
- Dr. Frank Ojadi, Lagos Business School Faculty;
- Dr. Obinna Muogboh, Lagos Business School Faculty;
- Key industry experts in Quality Management for Exports;
- Financial Management experts;
- NEPC experts, etc.
This 5-day programme is targeted at entrepreneurs, prospective exporters, financiers of exports, export sector regulators, MSMEs, state and federal government agencies, logistics service providers and any other interested parties. Register Now!