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“Stop AT Nothing” The Pursuit of Excellence

Mobile phones have changed the way we live our lives. Now, not only can they help us stay connected with friends and family over social media or talk to someone on a video call without paying for data usage, but they also make everything from booking hotels and cabs to capturing memories easier than ever before thanks to their built-in …

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Unstoppable Humans of Change – Driving Change for a Better Nigeria

Change is dynamic and the only constant thing in life. There are agents of change, people who are not afraid to go out into the world and make an impact, leaving indelible marks that will never be forgotten. These change agents understand the power of relationships, and they go the extra mile to impact lives by sharing their resources with …

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“We are all about Empowering our Customers and Community” – Ugonwa Nwoye.

To celebrate the 2022 annual Customer Service Week, leading ICT organization, MTN Nigeria, hosted customers at an online forum themed Empowering Customers and Community which was held on October 7, 2022. The session had over 200 people in attendance including MTN customers. Ugonwa Nwoye, Chief Customer Relations Officer, MTN Nigeria, alongside Odunayo Sanya, Executive Secretary, MTN Foundation, were the keynote speakers. The …

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Elumelu: A Strong Insurance Sector Is A Foundation For A Strong Nigeria

Sector Needs Capital, Professionalism and Democratisation Tony Elumelu, CON, Chairman, Heirs Holdings and United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA), giving a keynote address at the recent 60th anniversary of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) conference, underlined the importance of a vibrant, well capitalised and deep insurance sector to Nigeria’s economy. “Not least in these testing times, our …

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Building a Network for Everyone

The impact connectivity has had on the Nigerian economy and the everyday lives of Nigerians cannot be underestimated. Nigerians were first introduced to the potential of mobile connectivity with the launch of GSM services in 2001. Voice services allowed people to connect with each other reliably for the first time, breaking down barriers, and enabling commerce and interpersonal relationships. Simple …

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Resiliency Is the Cornerstone of Future-Proofing Business Continuity

Across cybersecurity, skills and training, and disruptive technology, organisations must innovate to be successful in a dynamic environment By Emmanuel Asika, Country Head, HP Nigeria 2020 will forever be known as the year that dramatically changed the trajectory of both society and business. From customer and market behaviour to operational systems and processes, we have remained in flux, working to …

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Health Benefits of Parboiled Rice

With different varieties of rice in the marketplace at your disposal, you might be wondering which one offers the most value for your money. In terms of health benefits, there are many reasons to believe parboiled rice is a cut above the rest. There are two major forms of rice, parboiled and un-parboiled. Un-parboiled refers to milled rice that has …

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The Future of E-Commerce in Africa – Jumia Nigeria’s 10-year milestone

  The single office location on Wole Olateju Crescent in Lekki, Lagos, where the company initially commenced operations in June 2012 is a long way from where it is today. In the intervening ten years, Jumia has grown into one of Nigeria’s most recognisable brands and one of the few brands that can describe itself as truly pan-African. On its …

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X3M Ideas: Surviving 10 Years Means There is Something We are Doing Differently and it’s Working – Steve Babaeko, CEO/Chief Creative Officer

With nearly 10 years of remarkable operations in an industry that is characterised by many challenges chief among which is stiff competition, X3M Ideas has been able to rise through the storm to become one of the leading advertising agencies in Africa. And what is more impressive? The agency has established a foothold in other African markets, especially the southern …

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