To increase personal income in foreign currency, Bounties Charity Initiative has held a Mini Exportation Workshop, at the Nigerian Institute of Production Management (NIPM) in Ikeja, Lagos.
The workshop focused on providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the step-by-step process involved in production, branding, packaging, and the essential requirements for exporting goods.
Chief Executive Officer of 56pivot Group Inc, Canada, and De-promising Innovation Consulting Limited, Nigeria, Matti Abdul Fatai, during his session stressed the need for Nigerians to build trust in the international market and reduce corrupt practices in all aspects of business transactions.
He said, “Bountiis Charity Initiative recognises the crucial role women can play in strengthening the Naira and boosting the national economy through active participation in the global export market.
“The acquisition of foreign currency through entrepreneurship not only serves as a hedge against currency devaluation but also plays a vital role in fostering economic resilience.”
Producer, MSM Cosmetics, Hajia Ramat Salih, advised participants to embrace creativity and business intelligence in their production process.