Lucky Fibers Plc, indigenous makers of Nobel Carpets and Rugs, with Prime Women Builders Foundation of Nigeria (PWOBFON) is organizing a vocational training to both men and women on how to effectively run their businesses in order to help them reach their full potential.
According to the General Manager of Lucky Fiber Plc, Mr. Jitesh Pamnani, being a made in Nigeria brand that believes in the well being of Nigerians, the company is co-hosting this initiative in order to provide valuable business information and support so as to alleviate poverty in the society. Pamnani said that “This event is organised to equip participants with basic, yet necessary skills and relevant equipment to be self reliant and also provide the necessary support in becoming a business owner in their various communities.”
This year, the PWOBFON empowerment objectives will focus on ways out of the country’s current economic recession with vocational trainings in event management, cake and pastries making, wire works, bead making, make up and gele, tailoring, ICT and so on.
This event will also afford participants who would want to be marketers and distributors of the Nobel Carpets and Rugs’ product to do so as there will be a session where the company will showcase their products and services to enlighten participants on how they can generate more income with Nobel Carpets soft covering solutions by selling the made in Nigeria Nobel rugs and carpets.
The General Manager added that, “Women are major catalyst in today’s business world. They cannot be neglected. They must be encouraged and supported to do business not only for family welfare but for sustainable economic growth. It is our intention to support everyone willing to do business with a minimum of N50, 000 and co-opt them into our business as sales agent to enhance their income.”
This is an initiative that will provide valuable information and opportunities to create more source of income and diversification of trade and work skills. He added.
The event which is scheduled to take place on the 19th of August 2017 at the Epe Local Government area of Lagos State will also provide participants opportunities of free health screening among others.