New Liberian Marketplace at Nancy Doe Market in Sinkor Opened for Holidays Shoppers Looking for Made in Liberia Gifts for the Holidays

Tuesday –Monrovia, 20 December 2016, the Minister of Commerce and Industry, wishes to inform the public that the new Liberian Marketplace at Nancy Doe Market in Sinkor is opened to the public.

 

The Liberian Marketplace is an initiative of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s Small Business Administration with support of the Government of Japan through the Liberia Innovation Fund for Entrepreneurs (LIFE). The aim is to further improve the implementation of the National Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) policy by improving MSMEs access to markets. It is a trade fair that showcases MSMEs products for sale.

 

The new location is in partnership with the Liberian Marketing Association (LMA) and provides a permanent home for Liberia entrepreneurs to sell their products. The Liberian Marketplace will carry products in the following categories at reasonable prices:

  • Arts and Crafts - Textiles - Processed/Packaged Food - Cosmetics
  • Cleaning Agents
  • Fruits and Vegetables (in the front area Farmer’s Market)
  • Rubberwood products in the Rubberwood Center (Top Floor)

 

Over 50 booths carrying various products by Liberian entrepreneurs is being sold at the Liberian Marketplace. Entrepreneurs seeking to register for a booth to sell their products can contact the Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s Small Business Administration or visit Ministry of Commerce website at www.moci.gov.lr or SBA website at www.sbaliberia.org to download the form to register for a booth. For further information please contact Ms. Philomena David 0886659062 or 0776305686.