A portal, designed to connect Nigerian artisans to the world, has been officially presented at NECA House, Ikeja, Lagos State.
The platform, www.naijaquickfix.com, the brainchild of Global Sight Services Ltd, was presented by the company and Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN).
In his welcome address on the occasion, the Director-General of SMEDAN, Dr. Radda Dikko, represented by Mr David Fisher, the Lagos Co-ordinator of agency, commended Global Sight Services for introducing the portal which, in his own opinion, would bring about professionalism and competence in the service delivery of artisans.
He expressed the belief that the portal would put a stop to challenges encountered in carrying out their duties and accord them recognition as professionals.
In her remark, the Lagos State Commissioner for Commerce, Industry and Co-operative, Mrs Olayinka Oladunjoye, represented by Mrs Helen T. Adesina, expressed her happiness at the introduction of the portal and praised Global Sight Services for the innovation which would give them fulfilment as artisans.
She implored the artisans to make good use of the platform.
The Managing Director of Global Sight Services, Mr. Dayo Bello, enumerated the benefits of the portal which include the connection of artisans to the world, creation of more employment opportunities, attraction of investors, training opportunities for artisans and saving of time and energy expended in looking for good artisans, among others.