Artwork and sculpture are specifically one of the ancient money-making businesses in Nigeria and all over the world, due to their historical and archaeological reminiscences. Many tourists and indigene of Nigeria find it amazing to diverge into the luxury of patronising sculptures in their hoers, offices and even outdoor facilities.
Many foreigners are interested in the beautiful Nigerian sculptures which is a definition of the past history of some of the Nigerian tribes, villages and regions, this is because they derive so much pleasure in purchasing this sculpture as it draws them to Nigerian history. Above all, some only just have an interest in the output of this artwork or artefact as a means of decoration for both residential and commercial use.
Recently tourists and foreigners conveyed as a form of vacation to Nigeria to examine and fancy the Nigerian sculpture which is one of the emerging reasons many sellers and sculptors should engage in the exportation of these sculptures since it encourages global markets and international trade.
It is profitable within and outside the country and requires limited processes and procedures in its transportation, it is not consumable nor does perishable in any way, so it prolongs its durability and it withstands any form of weather. The only challenging aspect of exporting sculptures is the conveyance from one country to the other to curb breaking or dent on these sculptures as they may not be valuable and may totally deteriorate which is a total loss of profit.
Being an ancient mode of business, investors now partner with local sculptors in Nigeria and Africa at large who are available to export this artwork overseas irrespective of the diverse cultural background. Sculptures still attract the international and global market which may be exported to different countries in the world.
Many of the sculptures gained global markets standards and so has helped the cost of selling these sculptures affordable depending on the design, the size and the memory of historian path attached to such artefact which is sometimes affordable to Nigerian citizens and international tourists.
Some of these artefacts are caved in a different region, the Yoruba nativity has its own diverse history background same as the Igbo and the Hausas, each tribe has a historian memory, therefore, each region has a sculpture that can be exported and is acceptable all over the world.
How to Export Sculpture Oversea
Depending on the region and tribe, any supplier may venture into exporting sculptures irrespective of the exporting location in Nigeria. Actually, as a sculptor who has a large number of these artefacts, you may need to study the countries of your choice such as the US, France, Switzerland, Hong Kong etc. these countries have a higher demand for sculptures and artefacts from both citizens and non-citizens.
Before venturing the into exportation of sculptures, one genuine factor that needs to be considered is carrying out optimum research guidelines for each of these countries and also getting to acquired stable buyers necessary for growth This will enable you as a sculptor and supplier to rest assured of your business sustainability. Another important aspect is by engaging an online platform that is rich with information such as ABEN, which run a vast e-commerce platform where buyers of artwork, sculptures and artefacts are waiting to connect with local sculptors and sellers and distributors of this global commodity.
As a supplier it is pertinent to identify sculptures that can be sold in the global market, this is because some of these artefacts may not be conveyed as they are attached to a certain historical memory.
Visit ABEN connect to acquire more knowledge on how to gain more buyers for your sculptures and the means of making a profit and the market trend for sculpture exportation.