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Government to clamp down on unregistered e-Commerce transporters

The Lagos State Government has warned e-commerce transporters who are not registered and licensed to work in Nigeria and do not pay tax to the government to have a rethink soonest or face the wrath of the relevant laws should they fail to cooperate with the state government in this regard. This was the resolution […]
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How SMEs can leverage e-Commerce to reduce cost, increase profit

How SMEs can leverage e-Commerce to reduce cost, increase profit

In the last six years of eCommerce in Nigeria, with the coming of companies such as Jumia, Konga, and many others, many businesses have been created, and those existing prior to that time have become bigger, better, and more profitable.  Although, some big businesses are hesitating to embrace eCommerce because it conveniently breaks all the […]
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NIPOST to boost e-commerce, create jobs with addressing system

NIPOST to boost e-commerce, create jobs with addressing system

 Ife Ogunfuwa The Nigeria Postal Services is set to improve its cross-border e-commerce service and create jobs for the country’s unemployed youths through its digital Address Verification System. The traceable addressing system will also facilitate immigration services, issuance of driving licence and e-government services. The Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, made this known at a […] …

SON, CPC, lead efforts at harmonised regulatory framework for E-commerce

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The standard organization of Nigeria, SON, and other sister agencies like Consumer Protection Council, CPC, Nigerian Customs Services,   Lagos State Consumer Protection Agency, LASCOPA, among others, are planning to have a harmonized policy framework to regulate the digital market.
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NGO trains farmers on E-commerce

NGO trains farmers on E-commerce

Sunny DeLegend Services, a Non Governmental Organisation ( NGO), in collaboration with Kogi Government  has trained 500 farmers on “Agriculture Beyond Food: E-commerce Training”. Its  Managing Director, Mrs Joy Amuta, said  in Lokoja that the training would cut across areas such as agriculture, fashion, recycling and real estate. She added that 10,000 farmers were targeted through value chainRead More
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