SMEDA begins training series on export-import procedures


Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA), under its National Business Development Program (NBDP) launched a series of five Trainings of Trainers (TOT) for SMEs on “Export-Import Procedures” in federal and provincial capitals of the country.

The first session of the three-day training concluded at a local hotel on Wednesday.

Addressing the session, SMEDA General Manager and Project Director Raja Hassanien Javed said that the programme was objectively designed for the Business Development Service Providers engaged in the direct service delivery to SMEs around import-export verticals.

He said that the exports were considered to be a strong indicator of economic development in a country therefore a network of the trainers was being developed to enhance awareness on export-import procedures.–APP .

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