Nobel CarpetsIn line with their commitment to Small and Medium Scale Enterprises’ growth in Nigeria, Nobel Carpets and floors has partnered with VConnect Global Services to address some of the challenges limiting growth and sustainability among start-ups.
Using its maiden SME Conference 1.0, held recently in Lagos, the stakeholders sought to address issues bordering on essentials of starting a business to growing the business, accessing funds, business partnerships among others leveraging experience from established businesses.
The General Manager, Nobel Carpets and Floors, Jitesh Pamnani, said the SME Conference is a platform through which the firm seeks to support and grow small scale businesses in the country through knowledge acquisition and mentoring from established entrepreneurs.
“As an organisation, we desire to eradicate the challenge of unemployment and business failure ravaging our society. This, we plan to achieve through training and information gathering platforms such as this where young minds and start-ups can have the opportunity to interact with business leaders, thereby gain knowledge and strength needed to keep pursuing their ideas and growing their businesses no matter the challenges that may erupt over time” stated Pamnani.
Pamnani further added, “with as little as N30,000, individuals can also become partners with Nobel Carpets and Floors; and this is no doubt a viable business opportunity, as the brand is known, trusted and accepted across West Africa.”
According to him, a partnership with Nobel Carpets and Floors is an opportunity you to embrace this year, as the brand’s leadership status in the interior design segment, product acceptability and recognition are some brand attributes, which guarantee swift success.
Pamnani therefore urged the budding entrepreneurs to remain focused and open-minded to ideas, information and opportunities which are essential for growth and success in the competitive world of entrepreneurship.
Also speaking, the Founder, VConnect Global Services, Deepankar Rustagi, said the conference was organised to teach SMEs on how to have an effective online presence and how to grow their businesses online to yield great returns on investment.