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Nigeria joins ISBC in pursuit of SMEs’ growth



Nigeria is on the verge of becoming a certified member of the International Small Business Congress (ISBC) African region, with plans to float an institute of small business development that will professionally focus on issues around their survival and development.
In view of this, the nation is set to host over 774 delegates, representing the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) across 38 countries at a congress in Abuja to chart path for successful business operations.

ISBC is a platform for the promotion of entrepreneurship and small businesses worldwide.

The 2019 Congress and Exhibition are holding for the first time in Nigeria after about 44 years in existence, between September 9 and 12, at Air Force Conference Centre, Abuja.

The Director, Citia Associates Limited, Itia Otabor, said the ISBC, Abuja 2019, hopes to draw attention to issues affecting the development of small business and chart path for growth.

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo is expected to open the congress, while reputable entrepreneurs of diverse experience from Nigeria and abroad, including the President of African Association of Small and Medium Enterprise are billed to mentor the delegates at the three-day conference and exhibition.

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