How to export agricultural product in Nigeria, terms and guidelines

cokodeal.com an export marketplace for foodstuff and commodities. Cokodeal platform supports businesses to connect with international buyers and succeed daily. If you find this article valuable, kindly share with others. “We rise by lifting others”  SELL HERE   DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF EXPORTING WITH AN EMPTY BANK ACCOUNT, NO EXPERIENCE, NO OFFICE APARTMENT AND AT YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE. Please NOTE; This document is not a blog post, to be read once, It is a document that you may need to visit for reference and re – read often times. THANK YOU     Do you like the idea of running your own business? How would you like a tax deductible trip to foreign places a couple of times a year? The advantages of an export business are great. Do you know that you can start and operate your own highly lucrative export business with little or no capital at your spare time and right from home? What a good way to build up a successful business from nothing and have fun doing it? The export business may be your answer. You don’t need previous experience in the field but you should have a “GOOD HEAD” for organizing. Not only does it… Read More

Where to buy cheap wholesale foodstuff for small scale suppliers in Lagos, Nigeria

Cokodeal.com an ecommerce marketplace for foodstuff and commodities export platform supports hundreds of businesses to succeed daily. If you find this article valuable, kindly share with others. “We rise by lifting others” Lagos is a market place. As the commercial hub of Nigeria, there are many market places in the city. Traders bring goods from the hinterland and other West African countries. There are also a lot of import goods that arrive in Lagos markets. A market is a geographical area where commercial demand and supply exists. It is a fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise. Goods, commodities and services are put up for sale in as much as human needs are met. However, some markets are popularly known for specific goods being sold; such as; foodstuff, Clothing materials, Cosmetics, Building materials, Provisions, Motor spare parts, fairly used goods etc. Naij.com Lagos City Guide has decided to analyse to you, Top Foodstuff markets in Lagos to enable you have a stress free and easy shopping when the need arises.   1. Iddo Market – This is situated at Ebutte meta, very close to Oyingbo. This market is widely known for the sale of… Read More

How to start foodstuff supply and export business with small capital

Cokodeal.com an ecommerce marketplace for foodstuff and commodities export platform supports hundreds of businesses to succeed daily. If you find this article valuable, kindly share with others. “We rise by lifting others” SELL HERE Foodstuff business is one of the most lucrative opportunities, as food consumption is in continual demand as man lives, it will forever sell if you get it right. Do you want to start a wholesale foodstuff business in Nigeria? What is the process involved in starting a food supply business? How do you want to start a food supply business? If you need all the answers, then read the detailed article to the end to see all the required necessary steps required. We have received several emails by entrepreneurs who intend to venture into the raw food business in Nigeria and where to get it at a cheap price. Foodstuff business in Nigeria is one of the profitable sectors of the economy in Nigeria. This is largely due to the fact that everyone needs to eat at least twice a day. However, the need for the certain type of foodstuff may differ from one location or the other.   What is wholesale foodstuff business in Nigeria? It’s important to… Read More

This ecommerce helps get US, UK, Europe buyers for foodstuff suppliers in Africa

Cokodeal Limited helps local producers in Nigeria supply stores and warehouses, Nigeria foodstuffs in UK, US, Canada, Brazil, Europe and Russia. Cokodeal.com a leading exporter of commodities and foodstuffs platform has launched a direct foodstuffs supply to stores in US and foreign countries, majorly Afro stores and warehouses. Cokodeal Director of Communications Akin Omotere says the company believes the market accessibility is perfectly aligned with company mission to connect intra-Africa trade with global markets, and its vision to improve well-being of Africans through trade. “Afro centric food supply is an incredibly growing market, due to constant migration of Africans to developed nations which has surging demand for local dishes”. The vast majority of Nigeria local producers and suppliers of foodstuffs do not have the know-how or even where to begin, stated Akin. “This is not about family or individual item sourcing through families and friend’s network which is the norm; seamless electronic digital marketplace order, supply to diaspora market stores and warehouse is a game changer and will create access for many hard working local suppliers producing international standard quality goods he confirmed. Cokodeal Director of Communications – Akin Omotere states that To deliver its diaspora African market, Cokodeal has… Read More

Businesses to start with small capital that makes good money returns.

Cokodeal platform supports hundreds of businesses to connect with international buyers and succeed daily. If you find this article valuable, kindly share with others. “We rise by lifting others”  SELL HERE Starting a business could be risky and capital intensive Understanding a good place to invest is a very good place to start. while you grow your investment over time The recent diversification goals of the federal government have increased local production drastically and seen the importation of goods drop marginally. This has made Nigeria more attractive as an investment destination and lucrative for offshore investors to bring their capital, skills and business trade into the country. A good way to spur these investments is for government to provide incentives for companies that are engaged in production of export commodities, providing new jobs and increasing local production that is vital for growth of our nation. Below is a look at investment opportunities for individuals and businesses to consider;   Foodstuff exports to African diaspora and neighbouring countries With over millions of Nigerians living in diaspora and with continuous migration, there has been an increase for foodstuffs and ingredients to these regions United Kingdom, United States, Russia and Europe. This opportunity… Read More