ECOWAS Trade Liberalization Scheme (ETLS)
Enterprise Products questionnaires are collected from the custom, trade, regulatory and government authorities by the National Approval Committees (NACs) from different ECOWAS Member States after which the NACS login on this portal to fill and submit the request documents and enterprise products to the ECOWAS Headquarters via the ETLS automatic system.
Nigeria Office for Trade Negotiations (NOTN)
The NOTN is the institutional framework and foundation for Nigeria’s trade policy infrastructure. It will prepare and update Nigeria’s trade policy in a rapidly changing global economic landscape, so as to maximize Nigeria’s gains from trade. It will align domestic trade policy priorities to changing global reality.
West Africa Trade Facilitation (TFWA)
The TFWA program seeks to improve the free and efficient movement of goods in the region and internationally by reducing the time and cost of trade borne by the private sector in West Africa. It will also strengthen regional trading networks’ ability to take advantage of these improvements.
West Africa Competitiveness Programme (WACOMP)
The West Africa Competitiveness Programme (WACOMP) aims to support several selected value chains at the national and regional level so as to promote structural transformation and better access to regional and international markets while taking into account social and environmental concerns. The major objectives of the programme are to strengthen the competitiveness of West African countries and also enhance their integration into the regional and international trading system.
Global MSME has been working for the development of SMEs from manufacturing, service sectors and allied industrial / business sectors. The Global MSME integrates SMEs, large corporates, MNCs, banks, investors, policy makers, Young & Women entrepreneurs and Start–Ups to establish and enhance contacts for better business growth and expansion.
Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN)
The establishment of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria was to provide a platform for the private sector to formulate and articulate policy suggestions that would be complementary to government’s efforts at policy formulation. MAN is in business to create a climate of opinion in this country in which manufacturers can operate efficiently and profitably for the benefit of all. As the collective voice of its members, MAN was established to promote and protect manufacturers’ collective interests.
Association of Nigerian Women Business Network (ANWBN)
ANWBN is a coalition of 52 organizations that exists to enhance the economic status of Women so as to ensure peaceful co-habitation, credible job creation and adequate infrastructural provision across Nigeria. As a network it focuses on total Women Empowerment, building leadership skills, access to credit, patronage of made in Nigerian goods as well as creating a gender friendly environment for women.