Fashion & Apparel

How to get Buyers for your Exportation Commodity

Many business owners in the exportation industry who deals with the exportation of agricultural, fashionable, artefact items in Nigeria has the challenges of getting sustainable buyers who are always readily available to patronise buying their locally made goods, this is because these international buyers have a high rate competitor suppliers and distributors across the globe …

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Nigeria Fashion Footwear Export

Nigeria has diverse designer leather footwear locally made by Nigerians to contribute to minimising the higher cost of living and the national economy at large. The most interesting aspect of Nigerian fashion footwear is that new designs emerge each day as the Nigerian fashion industry evolves often time.          Some specific Nigerian enterprises or individuals …

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Exporting Ankara Into Global Market

One of the fashionable textile materials in Nigeria is known for is Ankara clothing. This is made from varieties of cotton knitted or factory knitted for a specific design depending on the manufacturer’s demand. Ankara is factory-made in Nigeria by the Nigerian textile mill situated within and outside the country and Lagos especially has quite …

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Hides and Skin: A trade Commodity for Exportation in Nigeria

Hides and skin come from castles, cows, sheep, buffalo, snakes, and other animals in Nigeria. Because the skin is such an important element of any animal’s body, it is also known as animal skin. In addition to providing a source of life for many Nigerians by providing food, these animals are also one of the …

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Aso Oke/Aso Ofi: International Export Commodity

The term aso oke in Yoruba translates to ‘top cloth’ in English, a hand-woven material created in the southwestern area of Nigeria. However, it is also used to allude to the ‘ara-oke,’ master weavers from Yoruba land’s northernmost region. This custom-made cloth is only used on exceptional occasions like weddings, funerals, and chieftaincy installation rituals, …

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