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KAYMU PARTNERS WITH LCCI FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP WORKSHOP

Leading online marketplace Kaymu.com.ng has partnered with Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry to organise entrepreneurship workshops for small and medium scale enterprises.
The workshop scheduled to hold on January 29th 2015 at the LCCI Conference and Exhibition Centre, Ikeja with the theme, “Marketing your business online” is targeted at fostering entrepreneurship amongst Nigerians.

Managing Director of Kaymu, Evangeline Wiles speaking on the event said, “Kaymu’s partnership with LCCI is driven by a shared vision to empower small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria. To achieve this, we need to provide entrepreneurs with the required skills and expertise”.

The informative and practical seminar seeks to educate business owners about digital opportunities to promote their businesses as well as new media marketing promotions.
                     
About Kaymu
Kaymu is Nigeria’s number one safest online market place where buyers and sellers can meet and make the best deals for used or new products, such as: mobile phones, laptops, latest fashion and clothing products and home appliances. The fixed or auction pricing system guarantees the cheapest prices. Visit www.kaymu.com.ng to explore its offerings.

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