The just concluded Women’s Entrepreneurship Fair (WEF) 2017 by Rullion Capacity Builders is no doubt a successful outing for leading interior floor covering manufacturer – Nobel Carpets and Rugs, as its presence and participation at the fair has created a stronger knit between the brand and its numerous customers which thronged in from far and near to experience the amazing product array and also interact with the brand.
Nobel Carpets and rugs which is the lead partner of the fair has had its presence in the Nigerian market for well over twenty one years and has gained the love of many with its inspiring, unique and high quality carpets and rugs, making it the most preferred and number one choice for interior floor covering in Nigeria.
Speaking on the brand’s participation and glaring success at the Fair, the General Manager, Lucky Fibres Plc, Mr. Jitesh Pamnani said, “As the manufacturer of Nigeria’s premium interior floor covering brand, Nobel Carpets and Rugs has consistently sought avenues to reach, interact and engage with our numerous customers and the WEF provided that opportunity in a seamless manner.”
“The Fair came at a strategic time for the brand; as it allowed our customers get more value for lesser price on all our products and also participate and win our exciting rugs in the raffle draws at the fair“ he added.
The GM therefore expressed appreciation to Rullion Capacity Builders, stating that the feedback received from the interaction with numerous customers will go a long way in propelling and positioning the brand for greater service; even as the company works on churning out more beautiful and captivating floor coverings which are more affordable, durable and can match other international brands.
Speaking at the fair, the Coordinator, Rullion Capacity Builder; organisers of the Entrepreneurship Fair, Mrs Oluwatoyin Egedi, said the fair is an avenue for women entrepreneur to showcase their skills and entrepreneurship clout through their affordable goods and services to impact and resuscitate the ailing economy. “It is worthy to note that all items on display were sold for N3,000 or less.. Our major aim was to show that affordable items can as well be of best quality.” She said.
WEF recorded over 800 Shoppers, 90 Vendors and 6 Speakers who mentored participants on independence and entrepreneurship at the fair.