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Google Offers Smes Free Website Creation. by saninng (m): 1:32pm on September 15
Sani Ibrahim
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa,University
Agricultural economics and extension
100Level, Nigeria.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country will have
access to a free website and online profile creation services
from Google in a move designed to increase their visibility to
potential customers.
According to Google Kenya and East African countries
Director, Agnes Gathaiya, the firm has established an SME hub
known as “Google My Business” where SMEs will be helped at
zero cost to create their profiles and websites.
The program budded ‘Rising Together’ will see Google support
SMEs, boost women-led businesses, and facilitate online
learning for schools at all levels.
“ They will be visible across the globe enabling shoppers to
find them as well as linking them to customers looking for
their products,” Gathaiya said while launching the Sh325
million program.
She further stated that the service will have a market finger
facility that enables linkages between SMEs and customers
from anywhere around the world.
The SME hub will give businesses real-time information
necessary for them to execute cross-border (regional) trades
that will help them support export products worldwide.
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“Logistics, taxes as well as market networks are key in today’s
business environment. The SMEs, who have also been
suffering from disrupted supply chains due to the Covid-19
pandemic can now also search with ease for genuine suppliers
of raw materials,” she said.
The IT firm also announced the launch of an Sh125 million
grant to 500 women through a partnership with GiveDirectly, a
non-governmental relief agency where there will be an Sh6,500
stipend for six months for every beneficiary culminating in an
Sh125,000 non-refundable grant to support businesses.

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