DHL to rollout SME training programme


Leading global logistics company, DHL Express will in August roll out a programme that would help Small Micro Medium Entrepreneurs (SMME) penetrate the international market.

This programme, which will be open to all existing local businesses, will be free and is expected to train entrepreneurs on ways to access international markets as well as how to ship their products.

In an interview with BusinessWeek, the managing director for DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa, Charles Brewer said they decided to come up with this programme after realising that many SMME’s have the potential to penetrate the international markets, but they do not have the knowledge on how to do so.

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