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

Are Nigerian business women the back-bone of our economy? This changed it.

Nigerian women are known to be industrious. It is almost as if they are born with trade in their genes. Go to every corner in Nigeria, you would find one or two mini shops run by women- meeting the needs of Nigerians daily. From fashion designing, Ankara attires, shoe making, bag making, soap making… you name it- The Nigerian women are representing. Few years back, the craze for imported goods flood the heart of Nigerians; possibly due to the how hard it is to get their products out there, they are satisfied with just areas within their geolocation. But today, technology has broken this barrier. We now have stay-at-home entrepreneur women making their money big time just by having a computer with an internet connection. The online medium helps them sell to customers far beyond their reach. Whatever you produce in your room, your small shop, the world deserves to know. Give it a voice. So you have that product you just produced and you really want to get it out there and gain traction? Here are some ways to do that online and make traction and more sales: Step-by-step guide on how to promote your made in Nigeria product… Read More

Getting your first local and foreign customer with cokodeal

You have a product you want to sell and you’re looking to find foreign buyers. You’ve  heard about cokodeal.com and how it provides a platform for seamless electronic transaction and a system for smooth business transaction between seller and buyers in export trade across Africa, so you decided to create a store hoping to boost sales. Now you’re done creating your online store and you’re wondering- how do I get my first customer? This is one huddle a lot of customers face, Sometimes it takes months to get foreign buyers. So to ease your stress, this is how cokodeal would help you get your first customer: First and foremost- Optimize your store content! When setting your online store, be sure to use the right keywords that suit your niche. Keywords are the certain words your customers type on their screen to search for products they have interest in. So it’s important to know what keywords suit your business and build on it to attract customers your way. If you are a subscribed member, your store name and products will be automatically added to organic keyword search engine optimization done by cokodeal, that allows your products to rank on 1st to 3rd page on… Read More

How to find your first local buyer or foreign customer online

You have a product you want to sell and you’re looking to find foreign buyers. You’ve  heard about cokodeal.com and how it provides a platform for seamless electronic transaction and a system for smooth business transaction between seller and buyers in export trade across Africa, so you decided to create a store hoping to boost sales. Now you’re done creating your online store and you’re wondering- how do I get my first customer? This is one huddle a lot of customers face, Sometimes it takes months to get foreign buyers. So to ease your stress, this is how cokodeal would help you get your first customer: First and foremost- Optimize your store content! When setting your online store, be sure to use the right keywords that suit your niche. Keywords are the certain words your customers type on their screen to search for products they have interest in. So it’s important to know what keywords suit your business and build on it to attract customers your way. If you are a subscribed member, your store name and products will be automatically added to organic keyword search engine optimization done by cokodeal, that allows your products to rank on 1st to 3rd page on… Read More

DISRUPTING THE STATUS QUO IN THE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

People’s social lifestyle and buying behaviour is constantly changing. With the exponential growth of internet and its high penetration rate in Africa, virtually everything can be purchased online; and building and construction industry should not be left behind. Frakem.com is disrupting this age-long industry. We are out to revolutionize the traditional way in which people buy building materials by providing an online platform where these products can be sourced, compared, and bought conveniently from the comfort of one’s home and office. Frakem.com is Nigeria’s largest online building materials retail store with categories of products ranging from PVC to galvanized fittings and pipes, luxury sanitary wares to Jacuzzi, Shower rooms of various shapes, assorted pipes, water storage tanks and pumps, different designs and sizes of Spanish, Italian, and Chinese tiles, etc. We are presently the largest online dealers of these products in Africa. Our market is very large and growing every year, with every country’s government mapping out a certain percentage of their national budget for building and construction sector. Nigeria’s construction industry is currently worth around USD69 Billion and employs 5% of Nigeria’s 170 Million population. A typical 9am – 5pm career worker does not have the time to run… Read More