The Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria (KCCN) in collaboration with Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and Furaha – a Korean cosmetics company operating in Nigeria, has organised a K-Beauty workshop on making Korean natural soaps and hand sanitisers for Nigerians.
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In promoting K-Beauty in Nigeria, 13 young Nigerians were trained on ways of making the Korean natural soaps and hand sanitisers at the 5-day event.
The training program was held at the KCCN between the 4th and 8th of October, 2021.
A statement by the Director of KCCN, Lee Jin Su, said, KOTRA in keeping with its commitment to promoting a global CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) project in its host country, had selected one Korean company every year since 2017 to undertake training for Nigerians.
“Through this training on natural soap and hand sanitiser manufacturing methods, job creation opportunities are provided for trainees who wish to start their own businesses.
“Also, with activities such as this, K-Beauty which is already recognizable worldwide for its effectiveness can actively spread to Nigeria,” the statement added.