Nígeria Magazine’s Economic Sustainability Series marks, International Women’s Day with a diverse panel of Women in business and public leadership roles.
Feb27

Nígeria Magazine’s Economic Sustainability Series marks, International Women’s Day with a diverse panel of Women in business and public leadership roles.

Our fourth event in 2021, Nígeria Magazine’s Economic Sustainability Series marks, International Women’s Day with a diverse panel of Women in business and public leadership roles. This webinar will focus on the Theme “Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a Post COVID-19 World” The panelists will help you understand the importance of your personal leadership as a key enabler for the success of your career. Sharing...

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Happy New Year
Dec29
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Africa’s Digital Economic Future is Bright
Nov17

Africa’s Digital Economic Future is Bright

By Esosa AihieAfrica’s Internet economy has the potential to reach 5.2% of its gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025, contributing nearly $180 billion to its economy and a projected potential contribution could reach $712 billion by 2050 – Google IFC report. The digital economy can change the course of Africa’s history. Covid-19 presents further opportunities for Africa’s digital startups to drive innovation in fast...

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Congratulations
Nov09
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Arts, Culture and Tourism Values in Edo State – the Untapped Wealth

By Dr Philip Orumwense CBE DBA FCIPS (First published – November 2017) Arts, Culture and Tourism values in Edo State – the Untapped Wealth Dr Philip Orumwense DBA, FCIPS (November 2017) Context: This lecture looks at Edo State’s Arts, Culture and Tourism values from the perspective of an outsider but informed from the point of view of an insider. By this I mean that the lecture examines this perspective from the view of a...

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COVID-19 Business Opportunities: Field To Plate

By Esosa Aihie Farms, food producers and suppliers across the globe are adapting quickly and innovating to keep coronavirus stay at home whilst street markets are closed and labourers restricted from travelling to work in the fields. The crisis has exposed the world’s reliance on international trade and on the huge number of seasonal workers who travel across borders to farms to help harvest ripened produce. It has also had a massive...

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