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NEPC Trains Staff, Charts New Course to Boost Exports

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In a bid to reposition the non-oil export sector for enhanced performance, the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) has embarked on a Management Retreat even as it mulls new corporate strategy to boost exports.

The Executive Director/CEO of NEPC, Nonye Ayeni disclosed that the retreat was organized to create a platform for the Management to review its operational activities for the preceding year, set targets, and chart a new course to boost exports in line with the economic agenda of the present Administration.

She pointed out that this year’s retreat will focus on the review of the NEPC Medium Term Corporate Strategy (2019 – 2023) which expired in December, 2023 as well as review of 2024 Annual Work plan for the implementation of the Council’s Corporate Strategy.

Ayeni also disclosed that the objectives of the retreat with the theme: “Repositioning the Non-oil Export Sector: Operation Double Your Exports”, include among others, to enhance the formulation of strategies, develop action plans, build the emotional commitment of management and employees to further create a roadmap to optimize the Council’s operational efficiency.

The retreat which is being held at the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON), Badagry, Lagos also drew participants from the Organised Private Sector (OPS) such as trade and development experts, commodity associations among others while various Status and Evaluation reports are to be presented by Head of Departments and NEPC Regional Coordinators.

At the end of the retreat, the Council is expected to launch a new Corporate Strategy to boost export activities in the country and thereby stimulate an export culture that is in line with the Industrial Revitalization Plan of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment as well as align with the Renewed Hope Agenda of Mr. President

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