Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are crucial and known contributors to employment, economic and export growth of nations. In Nigeria, MSMEs contribute 48% of national GDP, account for 96% of the private sector and 84% of national employment. However, the novel COVID-19 pandemic, which has ravaged the entire globe, has negatively impacted businesses all […]
Training & capacity building related interventions and activities.
MSMEStandards May 06 Webinar on Leadership, Legal, Financing & Digital Response for MSMEs – Meet the Discussants
Meet the panelists for the MSMEStandards “Crisis Response for MSMEs” Webinar being hosted by CBI in partnership with Proshare and DealHQ
The Convention on Business Integrity under its MSMEStandards Project and in partnership with Proshare and DealHQ cordially invites you to its Webinar Conversation Series themed “Crisis Response for MSMEs” scheduled to hold on Wednesday, May 06, 2020, from 11:30am. In the light of the current realities of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the grappling uncertainties around the […]
The Integrity Organization Ltd (Gte) in collaboration with ActionAid Nigeria (AAN) recently concluded a 2-day advanced training on Private Sector Engagement in Lagos.
The Integrity organization, as part of its mandate to develops sustainable strategies for citizen involvement with government in the public and civil society sectors, held a 2-day training on ‘Enhancing Citizens Capacities for Good Governance’, from the 12th – 13th of December 2019.
As part of its partnership with Action Aid Nigeria and with support from UK Aid, the Integrity Organization Ltd (Gte) hosted a 2-day training for representatives from civil society organizations and the media on Illicit Financial Flows between 25th-28th September 2019.
From the 18th – 23rd of March, Integrity Organization facilitated a series of training programs for civil society organizations on how to engage the private sector.
From 23rd – 28th November 2018, a series of round-table discussions were held to discuss the role of business ethics among professionals in Nigeria juxtaposed against international business ethics.