The programme, which kicked off in Lagos in commemoration of Global Gals Day, will final for two months.
Adeola Ogunkolade, founder and government director of AFDEC, claimed contributors will discover how to increase their organizations and improve their competitiveness inside the trend industry, in accordance to Nigerian media stories.
“They will also be taught how to control and optimise the trend products correctly, and also get acquitted with the trend evolution and its path. This is certainly the start out of a legitimate entrepreneurship for the Nigeria gals-owned trend/garment industry. This training also focuses on every single component of the business from job output, commercialization to distribution and retail and a great deal much more to discover,” she added.
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The African Style Advancement and Empowerment Centre in partnership with the European Union and German Advancement Cooperation (GIZ) not too long ago commenced a upskilling programme in garment output to improve competitiveness and increase revenue potential of Nigerian woman trend business owners by means of the Nigerian Competitiveness Task.