The Nigerian Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (NASME) charged with
the co-ordination, promotion and development of the MSME sector of the Nigerian
economy hereby invites the general public to its Business Round Table tagged
“REFLATING THE ECONOMY THROUGH MSME SUPPORT”.
NASME is the only Nigerian private sector -led BMO affiliated to the World
Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (WASME) enjoying consultative
status with the United Nations. NASME is equally being assisted through
strategic collaborations with UNIDO, UNDP, IFC, Federal Ministries, several
embassies and bilateral Chambers of Commerce on its various projects.
promoters of MSMEs in the private sector and agencies of the federal government
of Nigeria including the Bank of Industry, to serve as the apex organization
that will coordinate MSME activities and interact with local and foreign
organizations whose services are vital to the development of MSMEs.
The Association is committed to further advancing the NASME brand by providing
high-quality and responsive services and building and strengthening partnerships
nationwide in order to better serve her members. The Association also advocates
for a conducive operating environment while partnering with MSME promoters to
ensure the emergence of Large pool of viable and technologically empowered
With Employment Rates in Nigeria being averaged at 89.79 percent from 2014
until 2016, reaching an all-time high of 93.60 percent in the fourth quarter of
2014 and a record low of 86.40 percent in the second quarter of 2016; the high
exchange rate of the Dollar to the Naira. The promotion and empowerment of
Nigeria’s MSMEs as a means of achieving sustainable employment generation,
economics growth development in the country cannot be over-emphasized.
Today’s small business sector creates many of the new ideas and innovations.
Small businesses are vital to the success of the economy. They look inwards and
identify or develop prospective products for domestic consumption and export
market as a means of earning foreign exchange for
That’s why we are delighted to invite you to this round table discussion on
your small business and other MSMEs in Nigeria shall be championing the drive
towards the restoration of our economy.
Olusegun Ajibola Ph.D, FCIB, President & Chairman of Council, Chartered
Institute of Bankers in Nigeria.
Street, Central Business District, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.
– N5000 (Members) / N10,000 (Non Members)
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foreign markets; help you identify and source appropriate technologies and
relevant raw materials that can enhance the efficiency of your business and
show you how you can play a more active role in policy advocacy on issues
affecting MSMEs through legislative and executive lobbying as well as ensuring
proper representative and participation in state and federal government special