Oxfam-Edc SME Development Program For Young Nigerian Entrepreneurs 2016

posted in: Uncategorized | 0

DEADLINE: August 31 2016
Oxfam believes SMEs have the potential to contribute to sustainable growth through increased employment, higher income and relevant products and
services for people living in poverty, particularly small holder farmers, youth and women.

To help SMEs live up to their potential, we know they need more than capital alone. Hence, Oxfam provides tailor made business development services to support SMEs in Nigeria, Somalia, Uganda and Vietnam. We select businesses based on an assessment of their plans and financial potential and on the social impact that they expect to deliver for their community. To ensure businesses deliver on the latter, social impact is monitored consistently from the start and measured over a period of time.

We expect entrepreneurs to contribute to the costs of the business development support to some extent.

Business based in Nigeria
Age bracket of Entrepreneur should be between 25 to 45 years old
Annual Turnover should not be less that N20million
Number of employees should not be less than 10 and not more than 250
The year of Existence should not be less than 3 years

For more information click on the link below


Leave a Reply