July 22, 2018

Online marketing: pushes to create 500,000 jobs in five years

To help in growing Nigerian economy and create jobs by closing the gap between Manufacturers of Made-In-Nigeria products and Global buyers,  has pledged to create no fewer than five thousand jobs in the next five years.

This is even as the online marketplaceplace is  shopping for one million manufacturers and distributors of made-in-Nigeria products across the country through its affiliate partners program.

1Market is a pioneering B2B, B2C online marketplace, specializing in bridging the gap between global buyers and Nigerian suppliers.

The scheme gives the participants the convenient to work from any location with Smart Phone, Tablet or computer system and earn a living.

The project manager of, Enyika Iheanyichukwu who spoke at the unveiling of the program in Lagos at the weekend told newsmen that it is a scheme  is a channel through which individual and companies can get paid by signing up vendors for 1market or selling products.

“The scheme has created the largest Made in Nigeria e-Commerce platform and is signing up over 1,000,000 manufacturers and distributors of Exclusively Made-in-Nigeria Products across the 36 states of Nigeria and Abuja”, he explained.

By registering a Made-in-Nigeria Manufacturer/Distributor, the scheme, according to him, gives many benefits which includes getting paid for registering manufacturers, earning commission by selling 1Market’s products, product catalogue with more than 5,000,000 selling products, among other benefits.

He said that once a partner completes form for pre-selection, a date would be communicated accordingly for training via a registered email.

Assuring that the program would create jobs for Nigerians, he said that, “Nigerian people spending Nigerian Naira on Nigerian products equals Nigerian jobs. These jobs are the foundation of a thriving economy.

“If every Nigerian spent an extra N3.33 on Nigerian-made products, it would create almost 10,000 new jobs. And, if every builder used just 5 percent more Nigerian-made products, it would create 220,000 jobs.

“When you buy Nigerian-made products, the proceeds remain in the Nigeria economy. The money you spend then pays the workers, that directly or indirectly created the product you purchased. When workers spend their money on Nigeria-made products, the Nairas continue to be recycled. Every Nigerian worker also pay taxes on wages earned in Nigeria.

“Importing countries have little or non-existent regulations or standards for working conditions. By keeping our Naira in Nigeria, we are not supporting these horrible working conditions, especially long hours, exploitation of children, extremely low wages, among others.