Nobel Carpet Sparkles at Women’s Entrepreneurship Fair 


Pleased with the impressive feedback and customers’ turnout at the just concluded 2017 Women’s Entrepreneurship Fair (WEF), interior floor covering manufacturer, Nobel  Carpets and Rugs has promised to roll out  cost-friendly and quality products as a way of compensating  loyal consumers.

The WEF, organised by a non-governmental organisation, Rullion Capacity Builder, was targeted at the SME’s market to stir growth and development in the sector.

According to the General Manager, Lucky Fibres Plc, Mr. Jitesh Pamnani, in addition to the huge sales recorded, the fair provided an avenue for the company to create a stronger knit with its numerous customers.

“As the manufacturer of Nigeria’s premium interior floor covering brand, we have consistently sought avenues to reach, interact and engage with our numerous customers which WEF has provided for the 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 explained.

Pamnani added that the firm had resorted to compensate Nigerian customers’ as it was presently   working on churning out more beautiful and quality floor coverings that are more affordable, durable and of international standards.

He said the positive reactions that followed the brand’s interaction with customers would further encourage and propel the company to position itself for greater service.

Speaking further, the organisers of the fair and  Chief Executive Officer of  Rullion Capacity  Builder, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Egedi stated that the  overall motives of the programme were to generate employment, improve local technology, output diversification and development of indigenous entrepreneurship as well as avenue for women  to showcase their  entrepreneurial skills.


“It is worthy to note that all items on display were sold for N3,000 or less. We also want people to know that affordable items can as well be of best quality,” he assured.


The fair witnessed over 800 Shoppers, 90 Vendors and six Speakers who mentor