In line with its commitment to support the diversification of Nigeria’s monolithic economy, Fidelity Bank Plc, one of the country’s most capitalised financial institutions in conjunction with Koinonia Ventures Limited is set to hold a one-day workshop/training on exports.
According to the Deposit Money Bank (DMB), the workshop could not have come at a better time especially in view of growing emphasis on export and import substitution. With the prevailing economic condition precipitated by the free-fall in global oil prices, the lender said it was imperative for the country to expand and increase non-oil exports to foster sustainable and inclusive growth.
The conference which has as its theme, “Export Readiness Workshop” is scheduled to take place at the Sheraton Hotels Lagos on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The workshop is expected to bring together subject matter experts, government agencies and private sector players in export business, to share knowledge and insights on the key trends and opportunities in the non-oil export sector.
Koinonia Ventures is Nigeria’s foremost trade facilitation/strategy consulting firm. Incorporated in 1990 with operational bases in Abuja, Lagos and Ekiti States, the company has since metamorphosed into a global player in international trade business especially with its active involvement in the marketing of Nigerian brands to the international community.