Exporting from Nigeria

Exporting from Nigeria
Nigeria is a country naturally blessed and endowed with items that are in serious demand in the export markets around the world. We are not only blessed with solid minerals (besides crude oil) we are also blessed with good climate and weather conditions to support the growth of commodities that are industrially useful in the developed nations. No wonder an Asian will come into this country with a briefcase and 2-5 yrs down the line, he would have become an employer of labor by harnessing our resources to build wealth for himself via export business opportunities in Nigeria.


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How To know Genuine Buyers Of Export Commodities In Nigeria

How To know Genuine Buyers Of Export Commodities In Nigeria
I have been asked several times by clients and followers of My Blog on how to know a genuine buyer of export commodities from Nigeria.

I will like to use this opportunity to say that when ever you want to export commodities and you doubt the genuineness of the foreign buyer, what you need do is get more information about him/her. And the best way to get useful information about the foreign buyer here in Nigeria, is through the embassy or high commission of the country where the buyer comes from.

Export Promotion Strategies for Manufactured Goods: New Approaches to Trade Development in Africa

Export Promotion Strategies for Manufactured Goods: New Approaches to Trade Development in Africa
It is well known that the gains from export of processed and manufactured goods are greater than those from exporting primary commodities largely because of the higher value added. Therefore most developing countries aim at supplementing the exportation of primary products with the export of manufactures, and eventually, like the Asian Tigers, concentrating on processed and manufactured exports.

How non-oil exports drive economy

How non-oil exports drive economy
AT a time when the country’s earnings from its major revenue source, oil, is dipping as a result of instability in the world market occasioned by oscillating prices, there is a consensus of opinion that the non-oil export sector holds a lot of promise as a ready cash cow. But the irony, however, is that the sector, promising as it is, has suffered serious setbacks, chief among which is the inconsistency in government policies. 

$150m Agro-processing Complex Up In Kwara

$150m Agro-processing Complex Up In Kwara
KWARA State continues to re-position itself as the nation’s number one Agriculture investment destination. To consolidate this, the State Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Mosila Group Limited for the establishment of a 600-tonne Agro Processing Complex in Share, Ifelodun Local Government Area of the State.

Business Startup Strategy

Business Startup Strategy
I strongly suggest that would-be entrepreneurs do a business plan. As a result of completing the plan you will be much better prepared and know whether or not your business idea is feasible. Try the following article for a short-cut. However, I caution you on following a short-cut unless you have substantial experience or knowledge about your area. Proceed with caution without a business plan!