Naturally Tribal Skincare Champions Enterprise at 'Connecting the Commonwealth' in Lagos, Nigeria

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Naturally Tribal Skincare, a natural, vegan, ethically sourced, African heritage and synthetic chemical-free skincare range that uses only Mother Nature’s gifts to create a range of innovative, enriching and nurturing skincare products was invited to attend an event organised by the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) for the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor of the City of London in Lagos, Nigeria.

The theme of the event was ‘Connecting The Commonwealth’, which featured topics such as unlocking business opportunities from London to Lagos and beyond. Nigeria with the largest market in Africa (an annual growth of 5% over the last decade and a projected population of over 300 million by 2030) has enormous opportunities for UK businesses and vice versa. CWEIC has a strong presence in Nigeria and the focus was on how businesses can leverage the Commonwealth Advantage to Enhance Trade with Nigeria.

The event was attended by CWEIC’s Chief Executive, Mr. Richard Burge, Alderman Charles Bowman, The Rt Hon the Lord Mayor of the City of London; Hon Dr Okechukwu Enelamah, Nigeiran Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Alhaji Aliko Dangote GCON, President and CEO, Dangote Group, Mrs. Alakija, Vice Chairman of Famfa Oil Ltd, Strategic Partners, CommonwealthFirst Export Champions and SME representatives, which included Naturally Tribal Skincare. CommonwealthFirst is CWEIC's flagship initiative to help SME’s trade and invest across the Commonwealth. 

 

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Shalom Lloyd, Founder of Naturally Tribal Skincare said: “As a proud CommonwealthFirst Export Champion and through its operations in two key Commonwealth countries (United Kingdom and Nigeria), Naturally Tribal Skincare is investing and trading, whilst facilitating and championing the empowerment of women, creating employment and showcasing the significant value and credibility of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council. This event was an excellent opportunity to build relations and champion enterprise between the UK and Nigeria.”

Naturally Tribal Skincare’s ‘Source to Jar’ traceability provides ethically conscious customers with the opportunity to easily obtain high-quality, 100% natural skincare products for each member of their family. The main ingredient in Naturally Tribal products comes from the African Karite (Shea) Tree.

There is a well-known proverb that Naturally Tribal truly believes in - “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Naturally Tribal Skincare’s belief is in ‘Trade not aid’. The company collaborates with the women of Essan by sourcing their ingredients from their community in an ethical and sustainable manner, providing the infrastructure needed to ensure quality and the training that will help them progress.

Naturally Tribal Skincare is available at: www.naturallytribalgroup.com

 

 

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