The Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Hajia Aisha Abubakar has reiterated the Federal Government’s support and commitment to the recently launched Accreditation framework for the provision of Business Development Services (BDS) and the re-launched Credit Information Portal for MSMES by The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN). The launching of the business framework and the Credit Portal for MSMEs by SMEDAN and DFID-UK funded Growth and Employment in State (GEMS3) Programme is aimed at developing a national framework for the accreditation of BDS providers in Nigeria, as well as enhancing credit information portal for MSMEs; it is also instrumental to the promotion of BDSPs profile, increase value of MSMEs that will ultimately lead to their growth and improved performances.Add a comment
The core mission of National School Entrepreneurship Programme (N-SEP) is to deliver hands-on Entrepreneurship and Community Service learning in Primary and Secondary schools across Nigeria.
National School Entrepreneurship Programme (N-SEP) is set to provide access to functional and hands-on entrepreneurship and community service education to every primary and secondary school student in Nigeria so as to eliminate poverty, conflicts and massive youth unemployment.
Governor Lalong Visits SMEDAN and seek partnership to develop MSME in Plateau State The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, SMEDAN is well positioned to assist state governments in developing and promoting Micro Small and Medium Enterprises MSMEs considering the strategic importance of the sector to create wealth and alleviate poverty. Director General of SMEDAN, Dr. Dikko Umaru Radda made this known while welcoming the Plateau State Governor Rt. Hon Simon Lalong to his office recently. He said 96 percent of MSMEs in the country are micro and the Agency was doing all it could to formalize them so that they can be able to access funds and other benefits.Add a comment