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LCCI, Kaymu train SME operators on e-commerce


AS part of activities to wrap up its two-year anniversary, Kaymu, Nigeria’s leading online marketplace, last week, held a training workshop for Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) in partnership with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI). 

  The workshop took place at the LCCI Training and Exhibition Centre, Alausa, Ikeja.

   According to the Managing Director of Kaymu, Evangeline Wiles, “Kaymu’s partnership with LCCI was founded out of the need to drive e-commerce consciousness amongst entrepreneurs to give them a competitive advantage in the Nigerian market.”

   Speaking at the workshop, Head of Seller Acquisition and Retention, Kaymu, Mr. Kayode Adeyinka, stressed the importance of small and medium scale enterprises to leverage on e-commerce. 

  He declared:  “The average Nigerian is always online most of the time; therefore, the smartest decision for every business owner is to tap into the online audience.” 

Director, Membership and Trade Promotion at LCCI, Deli Alimi, thanked Kaymu for their contributions to the SME sector and pledged to consolidate efforts with the organisation to promote entrepreneurial activities in Lagos.  

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