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Register Now for Market Access Nigeria: Enhancing SME growth through Access to Market

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Market Access Nigeria (Abuja )  comes up October 15th 

Will You Attend? - Register Now!

The successful implementation of the Market Access Programme has been responsible for the growth and structuring of businesses that have participated at the event.

Market Access Nigeria is organized by Enterprise Development Centre and the Emerging Markets Telecommunication Service Limited (ETISALAT) in collaboration with Ministry of Trade & Investment  and Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN)




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Twelve run of Market Access covering five states namely Lagos, Abuja, Rivers and Cross Rivers and Enugu states with an average of 300 participants in each run.

Objectives:

Ø  Creating market access for credible Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) operating in Nigeria.

Ø  To bridge the gap between large companies and Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) while fostering networking and partnership opportunities.

Ø  To enable local content development and participation in various sectors of the Nigerian economy.

Ø  To create a platform for structured networking among SGBs

Theme is "Enhancing SME growth through Access to Market."

As an entrepreneur in Nigeria, we invite you to be a part of the Market Access Nigeria which will hold in Abuja as follows: 

Date – Thursday, 15th October 2015

Venue – The Barcelona Hotel,  23 Biantyre Street, Wuse 11 Abuja.

We sincerely count on your cooperation and look forward to welcoming you at the event.

Participation is Free  but strictly by confirmation.

Register by sending your details as follows : Name, Company Name, Email Address, Phone no , Sector and brief description of your business to Marketaccess@pau.edu.ng , cc: bating@pau.edu.ng

Registration closes 10th of  October 2015 

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