For developing countries such as Nigeria to accelerate economic growth, there needs to be greater private sector participation in their export sectors. This was made known by Isaiah Ndukwe, Divisional Head, Export and Agriculture, Fidelity Bank PLC, at the just concluded 11th edition of the Fidelity Bank Export Management Program.
Key Achievements of Fidelity Bank’s Export Management Program:
- The program covered a wide range of topics including export documentation and application of export development processes
- The program was facilitated by leading faculty from Lagos Business School, staff of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) and experts in financial management and exports.
- Participants gained significant networking opportunities.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity Bank, Mrs. Onyeali-Ikpe, “Previous editions of the EMP have recorded outstanding successes and made marked impacts in the lives and businesses of the participants. We are proud to say that the just-concluded eleventh edition is no exception. The feedback we have gotten from facilitators and participants alike have been nothing short of encouraging. The turnout was tremendous, and we are certain that we will witness astonishing results as the participants put what they learnt into practice.”