The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) has put itself up for benchmarking by the International Trade Centre since August 2018.
It is, therefore, entering into partnership with stakeholders on export working on the export promotion action plan EPAP.
Although the council scored well in a number of areas under the watch of International Trade Centre, it was clear that there were still much to be improved upon, especially in terms of the strategic plan.
NEPC is undergoing a strategy refresh, which would make it important for the council to hear directly from stakeholders over the direction it should move.
The Executive Director of NEPC. Mr. Olusegun Awolowo, said stakeholders were invited to discuss ways in which they feel both parties can form additional strategic partnership.
This is an opportunity for stakeholders to show how they feel and how collaboration can be enhanced and improved.
Awolowo who was represented by the Director Policy and Strategy, Mr. Abdulahi Sidi Aliyu, stated during the focus group meeting on non-oil export in Abuja.
He stated it was time to discuss past NEPC intervention and how they can improve.
The council will also be expecting feedback from CBI programme, SIAL food fair, women in export events, gulfood expo and Nigeria UK Trade and investment diagnostic study.