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HOW TO GET MORE NIGERIAN CUSTOMERS

HOW TO GET MORE NIGERIAN CUSTOMERS

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Published by Andy Lawrence
This book help you to know the African deeper, and best strategies of getting customers from the Nigerian market. You will learn how to blast your goods and services into Africa. It helps you capture Nigerians like nothing would. Good for business, inspiration on how to get people to do what you desire. A must read for every one.
This book help you to know the African deeper, and best strategies of getting customers from the Nigerian market. You will learn how to blast your goods and services into Africa. It helps you capture Nigerians like nothing would. Good for business, inspiration on how to get people to do what you desire. A must read for every one.

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Published by: Andy Lawrence on Apr 10, 2009
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Port Harcourt the garden city of Nigeria is the capital of Rivers.

There are 22 local government areas and 23 native languages.

Rivers belongs to the south-south Nigerians, members of the Niger
delta region of Nigeria.

Go into the Oil rich region from other surrounding regions like Aba,
Calabar, or Uyo, or use flight from other airports from Nigeria to the
Port Harcourt International Airport.

In addition, there is a seaport in Port Harcourt from where to get into
the market.

You can get customers from the University of Port Harcourt
(www.uniport.edu.ng) and the Rivers State University of Science and
Technology. Other market locations include the Railway line Market in
Port Harcourt (where they sell used clothes, shoes, foodstuffs and a
whole lot of household items and essential commodities) and the Town
Market where many Items are available for sale.

In addition, there is the Nembe Market (water side) in Creek Road
where there are a lot of fish, crayfish, shrimps and locally distilled gin.
There are the Romokoro and Elele where there is large building
materials market. There is also, the Abua Market where there is large
quantity of ogbono seed, bush meat, gin, etc, and Ahoada, where there
is fish.

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Yet other market locations are at Akuku Toru, Asari Toru, Degema,
Emohua, Etche, Obio / Akpor, Ogu / Bolo, okrika, Omumma, Opobo/
nkoro, and Tai.

Some other institutions, clubs, companies, social groups, / bodies,
unions, etc, are good links to sell.

Generally, this market would need goods or services from the fishing
industry. In addition, Oil services firms would flourish here.

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