Thursday, 18 July 2019


Fidelity Bank Plc, in partnership with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) and the Lagos Business School, has started training over 100 SMEs at the 8th edition of the Export Management Programme (EMP) with the aim of providing impactful and world-class support to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Kano State.

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This export programme is in line with the bank’s commitment to the development of micro, small and medium enterprises. In a statement, the bank stated that it was committed to unlocking the potential of the northern export market.

The programme, which has graduated over 400 entrepreneurs who have moved from base level export experience to becoming established exporters with extensive export market footprints, was designed specifically to enhance the competitiveness of export-oriented businesses.

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The Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, Mohammed Balarabe, while speaking at the opening ceremony, commended the participants for enrolling for the programme. According to him, it was a smart investment decision in the light of emerging opportunities in the non-oil sector of the economy.

In Balarabe’s own words, “I am very confident that your businesses will benefit immensely from the insights and knowledge that the programme provides, with return on investment far exceeding the financial and economic costs of the programme to you.”

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Speaking on the rationale behind holding the edition in Kano, Balarabe noted that the decision was borne out of the need to exploit the massive potential of the positioning of Kano as the hub for aggregation of agro commodities in Northern Nigeria.

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