Entrepreneurship potentials needs to be better exploited. There is a continuing gender gap in terms of entrepreneurship, which translates into fewer women entrepreneurs. This adds to an unexploited potential for entrepreneurship among women
Seedi (Formerly MSME-ASI) will be advocating for the adoption of a set of principles that will guide the conception and implementation of policies for MSME’s in Nigeria, both at Federal and state levels.
We shall be embarking on a couple of Business Continuity Management (BCM) activities to enable us help MSME promoters identify risk(s), threats and vulnerabilities
We have and will continue to work with micro-finance institutions and other providers of funds for start-ups and MSME promoters to help in the development of sound business models
We are of the understanding that an active management of the risks borne by micro-finance banks and financial cooperatives is critical to their ability to remain financially sustainable