Success in Trade through Partnerships (SDG 17)

TCA signs MOU with the International Trade Facilitation Association (ITFA) and Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)

While it is a forgone conclusion that trade requires more than one party in order for it to work, we often overlook the need for partnerships. Meanwhile, partnerships are essential to sustainable trade.

One of the ways we have utilized successfully over time is partnering with industry associations. Serious industry associations usually have large member groups thus making it easier to reach a wider audience through one. At the 2023 smart city expo in Taiwan, we go to explore one of such partnerships, with the Taiwan Computer Association (TCA). This will open up our members to their members and possibility of trade to benefit both sides.

How have you explored partnerships? How might you suggest partnerships could be explored effectively?


Trade Ambassador Collins Speaking with the President of TCA

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