How to register your Business with SMEDAN and access up to N50,000 grants

The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) has commenced the mass registration of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria.

The mass registration exercise will facilitate the development of comprehensive data base for MSMEs in Nigeria, and each MSME will have a unique identification number created for them.

The registration exercise is open to all Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises operating in Nigeria, including artisans, traders, tailors, fashion designers, spare part dealers and so much more.

 Who Can Register?

If you run a business you are qualified to register. With registration, stakeholders in private and public sector can provide the necessary support, policies and programs tailored for you. The exercise is simple and easy to complete within minutes, and most importantly it’s free!

 What Are the Benefits of Registration?

The registration exercise is simple and easy to complete within minutes. More importantly, it is FREE!

 The benefits to your business include;

1. A SMEDAN unique identification Number (SUIN).

2. Access to SMEDAN conditional Grant scheme (Grants up to N50,000 per MSME)

 3. Priority funding from public and private sector, financial institutions, including international donor Agencies

4. Empowerment programs and Entrepreneurship Training.

5. business insurance and many more opportunities.

Kindly register your business through the link below

Gift Adene

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