Kaymu Partners With AEA To Train SMEs In Abuja

Leading online shopping community Kaymu  in partnership with the Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA) has organized a training workshop for small and medium scale enterprises.


The workshop which was held on March 17th 2015 at the AEA Entrepreneurship Complex in Abuja with the theme “Marketing Your Business Online’’ was targeted at building a successful online business with little capital.

According to the company’s Head of PR and Communications Tomiwa Oladele, ‘’Kaymu’s partnership with AEA is geared towards fostering entrepreneurship in Nigeria, we would continue to seek innovative ways to empower entrepreneurs by organizing workshops that help enhance their businesses’’.

Speaking at the workshop, the Head of Seller Acquisition and Retention, Mr Kayode Adeyinka emphasized on the importance of entrepreneurs to leverage on digitization to market their businesses, he added that ‘’when entrepreneurs move online, they establish themselves on a level playing field with larger competitors. On the internet, even the smallest online retailer can be as attractive and as functional as the largest brick and mortar store ,without the need to have a physical presence on every street corner’’. 

The Manager,Corporate Services at Abuja Enterprise Agency, Mr. Chudi Ugwuada-Ezirigwe thanked Kaymu for their contribution to the growth of SMEs in Nigeria by partnering with government and corporate institutions to fosters small business.

Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA) is the Federal Capital Territory vehicle for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development and poverty reduction. check pictures from the event below.




The Agency was set up by the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) in collaboration with the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) to reduce poverty in Nigeria through various entrepreneurial initiatives.  


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