The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria SMEDAN in collaboration with the Industrial Training Fund ITF will on Tuesday 23 May 2017 kick start the second phase of its National Industrial Skills Development Programme (NISDP) under its National Enterprises Development Programme ( NEDEP) training in eighteen states of the federation.
A Press Statement issued by the Corporate Affairs Unit of SMEDAN stated that the flag off ceremony will be performed by the Director General CEO of SMEDAN Dr Dikko Umaru Radda.Add a comment
The Director General of the Small and medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria SMEDAN, Dr. Dikko Umaru Radda has said the agency will continue to support new innovation in e-business or digital business in Nigeria as MSMEs are the bedrock of development in any country. Dr.Radda made this known in a stakeholder’s forum on MSMEs organized by AKG global; a company which specializes on multiple internet marketing. In his opening remarks, the Director General of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria SMEDAN, Dr.Dikko Umaru Radda expressed delight with the initiative of the organizers of the events, AKG Global Multi-Service, he said “I am elated because today MSMEs can now have a platform for assessing local, regional and global markets for the development of the subsector in Nigeria”Add a comment
The 4th Made-in-Aba Trade fair facilitated by the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria SMEDAN and Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, Abia South Kicked off with a call on Nigerians to patronize Made in Nigeria products. The event took place at the Arts and Craft Village Abuja between 6th -10th March 2017.The Made-in-Aba Trade Fair in Abuja is a zonal intervention project of Senator Abaribe. The ceremony was declared open by The Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki who was represented by the Deputy Senate Majority Leader, Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah. Senator Saraki, noted that the Senate would continue to do everything to promote made in Nigeria goods, he said that the upper chamber had taken it upon itself from last year to amend the Procurement Act to ensure that the local manufacturers benefit from the over N2 trillion government expenditure on procurement.Add a comment