Seychelles’ former tourism minister, Alain St Ange, has been named the new president of the African Tourism Board. St Ange will head a team of tourism experts in Africa to help create a unified destination concept for Africa. The announcement was made April 11 at the World Trade Market Africa …Read More »
Trading at the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed earlier this week on Thursday, as the Federal Government of Nigeria declared Friday 19th April 2019 that is good Friday and Monday 22nd April 2019, Easter Monday as Public Holidays to mark the end of the End of the Lenten season and Easter …Read More »
Trading at the Nigerian Stock Exchange yesterday closed on a positive note as the All Share Index closed higher at 29, 970.86 points. (0.76% ). Indices for consumer goods and Insurance stocks also closed higher at (+2.75% ) and (+0.03% ) respectively, following demand for NESTLE (+5.31% ) and MBENEFIT …Read More »
Woman tells own story of how she became a professional watch repairer with six branches within and outside Lagos.
...one day we will have our own make of Wristwatches with the brand name ‘SOOS’ Wristwatch.Read More »
Financial Expert Oghogho Osula has called for more private sector participation in the provision of financial services to the unbanked as it will go a long way for businesses in the sector if they have access to such financial services. She made the call during a presentation recently to journalists at …Read More »
Trading at the Nigeria’s equities market began on a negative note earlier in the week, before paring shedding off earlier losses as the week progressed, following compelling valuations which had presented exceptional opportunity. The Financial Services Industry continues to maintain its lead on the trading chart at the Nigerian Stock …Read More »
Trading at tthe Nigerian Stock Exchange yesterday saw a total of 15 stocks appreciate compared with seven price losers. And out of all 15 gainers, 12 were insurance and banking stocks. NEM Insurance Plc and Niger Insurance Plc led the price gainers with 10 per cent apiece, trailed by Fidelity …Read More »
The President of the African Development Bank (AFDB), Akinwunmi Adesina and experts in the continent have charged Africans to embrace technology in view of current research which indicate that if governments harness the full economic potential of the Internet, Africa could add $300 billion to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) …Read More »
Over eighty business opportunities worth $100billion have been unveiled for operators in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry. This was disclosed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) at the second Nigerian Oil and Gas Opportunity Fair (NOGOF) which held in Yenagoa Bayelsa State, recently. The fair, which …Read More »
SMEs in Nigeria must be ready to grow with or without Government …Evans Edozie, C.E.O., Cospharma Nig. Ltd.
https://youtu.be/fr0vM3h8yi4 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Cospharma Nigeria limited has urged operators in the country to make up their minds to succeed with or without the help of government. He was speaking at the annual distributors forum organised in Lagos over the weekend by Cospharma Nigeria Limited for its numerous …Read More »