Wholesale Nigeria Clothing Market Is Served By New Web Site, WholesaleNigeria.com

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WholesaleNigeria.com is an online wholesale closeout resource for the wholesale Nigeria business market, created by Donny Lowy, the CEO of Closeoutexplosion.com, a New York based export and wholesale company.

A new web site, http://www.WholesaleNigeria.com, has been created by http://www.CloseoutExplosion.com, to supply wholesale resources, strategies, information, and news for the wholesale and retail clothing business in Nigeria.

This wholesale retail clothing online resource, WholesaleNigeria.com is establishing itself as the primary source for Nigerian boutiques, wholesalers, market vendors, and retailers, that want to buy wholesale products from the US. Due to the growing demand by Nigerians for American fashion labels, and the availability of brand name overstock merchandise, combined with freight forwarders that ship to Nigeria, the demand for the export services CloseoutExplosion.com has grown substantially. Nigerians are highly fashionable shoppers, and love corporate suits, elegant dresses, and dress shirts by American designers such Tahari, Jones New York, Kenneth Cole, Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and other popular US based labels. In response to this consumer demand, Donny Lowy, has set up this site to provide up to date wholesale and retail strategies, tips, ideas, and resources for the Nigerian wholesale and retail marketplace.

“The key to succeeding in the Nigerian clothing business is access to brand name closeout products at below wholesale prices, that are suitable for the Nigerian clothing market, and a strong knowledge base regarding how to start a business in Nigeria. Starting a business in Nigeria can be very lucrative, but the entrepreneur must have the right business ideas in Nigeria. As the leading wholesaler in the US selling to Nigeria, I have accumulated a great deal of experience in the Nigeria wholesale of clothes business,” remarked Donny Lowy, who publishes his personal wholesale strategies on http://www.wholesalecloseoutuniversity.com and offers a wholesales closeout product directory through http://www.Wholesalequest.com

The demand by Nigerian boutiques for fashionable apparel such as office wear, dress shoes, men's attire, and handbags, had traditionally been met by Nigerian clothing manufacturers and by Chinese clothing importers. But now due to changes in Nigerian regulations, mobile and Internet usage penetration, and a strong banking sector, the level of business between the United States and Nigeria is starting to grow dramatically. This growth presents an opportunity for everyone from clothing market vendors, to the high end boutique owners in Lagos and Abuja. Shoppers can see the prevalence of brand name imported merchandise from the US in small neighborhood stores and in upscale malls such as Palms Shopping Malls, SilverBird Galleria, Lafayette Mall, Lagos City Mall, William Dokpesi Store, Ceddi Plaza, Shashilga Seven and the Kenuj 02 Mall.

The latest business Nigerian news has shown that the country is working hard to eradicate corruption, implement pro business policies, and build its infrastructure, which in turn helps create more business opportunities for the Nigerian population. WholesaleNigeria.com and CloseoutExplosion.com can enable Nigerian entrepreneurs to capitalize on the sale of in demand wholesale closeout clothing, shoes, and handbags. “Nigerian bankers, government employees, professionals, and university students are among the eager customers from US brand name wholesale clothing,” concluded Donny Lowy, who also runs http://wholesalesuitsforwomen.blogspot.com and http://thewholesaledresses.blogspot.com.

CloseoutExplosion.com exports brand name wholesale closeout products throughout Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Uganda, Kenya, Botswana and Malawi.

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