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EDMARK unveils first cashless night market, focuses on SMEs

EDMARK unveils first cashless night market, focuses on SMEs

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A multinational health wellness firm, EDMARK International Group of Companies has launched the first cashless  night market in Nigeria with focus on growing up the small Scale medium enterprise (SMEs), network marketing, information technology, real estate and other sectors.

Speaking over the weekend at the first ever Faaji Night Cashless Market in Nigeria powered by an arm of the company, ED2E (Edmark2Everything), the Founder and Chairman of the Company, Mr. Sam Low said his company, which currently has over 50, 000 Nigerians on its payroll through full-time employment and network marketing, plan to create 10, 00 jobs per year in Nigeria commencing from 2019.

Aside through distribution of his company’s numerous products that help fight obesity, overweight and many viruses that leads to cancer in all the 36 states of the federation, Low, a Malaysian Citizen, said EDMARK is currently constructing a 100-flat low, medium and diamond cost Housing estate on a 21-hectare of land in Lekki, Eti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State to mark the his entry into real estate business in Nigeria, a stride he said has created over 1, 000 direct and indirect jobs alone in the last three months.

“Since we arrived in Nigeria nine years ago, we have created over 200, 000 jobs. As things stand today, we have over 50, 000 Nigerians on our payroll through direct and indirect jobs. We are providing jobs and platforms for young and enterprising Nigerians to excel through network marketing, real estate and information technology.

“We are also involved in advocacies of sensitising and educating Nigerians on how to live a healthy life. We are alerting Nigerians on dangers associated with obesity and overweight. Over 500, 000 dies yearly as a result of overweight and obesity in the world. We have brought NAFDAC certified products to Nigerians to help them stay healthy, shake off and flush their body system to reduce the chance of contacting cancer and other killer diseases,” Low said.

On the purpose of the Cashless Night Market powered by his company, Low said it is to encourage Nigerians to imbibe the culture of cashless policy that is currently trending across the globe.

Corroborating Low, a Double Crown Manager of EDMARK, Mr. Emeka Ononiwu, in a chat with news men at the event said the company is helping the nation to stimulate the economy and make money circulate easily.

“We bring Merchants (Business Onwers) and buyers together and provide them the platform to interface and also an easy means of making payments without having to carry money around. Today, there is free Wifi for everyone to access the EDPoints mobile app.”

A participant who came to sell furniture at the cashless Night Market, Chidi Okeke exhibited excitement at the rate his products were rushed at the event, comically saying he was leaving the event to go home and pay his house rent which he said has expired since August with no money to pay due to lack of sales.

Part of the products displayed by business owners whom the firm described as “Merchant” at the Cashless Night Market include but not limited to the following; interior decoration, furniture, electronics, food, drinks, clothes and shoes, jewelleries, provisions, books, hair accessories, Suya, Asun, cake, snacks and all products of EDMARK Group of Companies.

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