The second edition of the Export Management Programme came to an end on Friday, August 26, 2016 at Lagos Business School. The five-day programme, which was in partnership with Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC ) and Fidelity Bank, was facilitated to provide professionals with an extensive knowledge of the Nigerianexport industry.
Participants in attendance were impressed with the knowledge gleaned from the programme, and had remarkable things to say about the information they had received. Lawrence Johnson, CEO, Sky Born Logistics said “I came into the programme knowing exactly what I wanted to do, I just needed a formal direction the information received has helped bridge the knowledge gap for first timers in the export industry, now we are leaving feeling like exporters”.
Lanre Olowookere, Corporate banker, FBN, noted that the programme has been very helpful in giving him a more comprehensive understanding of the export business ”Attending this programme has been very beneficial and extremely successful, it is a master class, it gives you everything you want to know the curriculum covers all aspects of the value chain” he said.
For Nike Anani, CEO, Clad limited, she commended LBS and noted that the programme has made her a better exporter “LBS has done a great job in pulling together the right stakeholders for us to have an interface with, the programme has broadened my horizon, the facilitators have been great and supportive, they have pushed us to be more aggressive about exporting so we don’t become complacent” she said.
The programme came to a close with a cocktail networking session.