MSME Survival Funds: Enugu begins free CAC Registration |Apply now

In furtherance to the Federal Government National Economic Sustainability Plan (NESP) through the N75billion MSME Survival Funds to cushion the effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria, the Enugu State Government has unveiled plans to ensure seamless data capture in the State for the Formalisation Supports program (Free CAC Registration) through the Enugu State Small and Medium Enterprise Agency.

The Formalisation Surpport is part of the N75Billion MSME Survival Funds where 250,000 Businesses would be registered free of charge with the Corporate Affairs Commission as the Federal Government has paid for the Certification.

According to Enugu SME, "as part of Nigerian Federal Government and Enugu State Government’s post Covid-19 Pandemic survival intervention to support micro and small businesses to formalise their businesses, the Federal Government has approved the free registration of 6,606 Business Names across  various states in Nigeria."

"Enugu SME is here to seamlessly help all interested Micro and Small Entrepreneurs, Artisans, Craftsmen/Women (one or more persons) that are yet to formalize their businesses to take advantage of this rare opportunity."

How to Register:

1.  Click here to visit the Registration Portal

 2.There are three (3) Options for the Registration.

Option 1: Register Online by filling the online form with required data and documents.

Option 2: Download the Form, fill and Upload.

Option 3: Visit Enugu SME Office @ No. 2, Market Garden By SME Roundabout Opposite Ebeano Tunnel GRA, Enugu with your passport photograph and ID Card. 

Other parts of the program which have commenced and on going are the N30,000 Payroll Supports for 500,000 Employees of MSMEs, Business Grant of N50,000 to 100,000 MSMEs, N30,000 - N50,000 Artisan and Transport Supports for 333,000 Nigerians in the category, and the Guaranteed Offtake Scheme where 100,000 Producers would witness bulk purchase of their products by the government, which is yet to commence.

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