Tuesday, October 27, 2020
About 84 per cent of chief executive officers in Nigeria have agreed that real estate industry in Nigeria is plagued due to the pandemic, especially, companies in the business of office rentals. This revelation is contained in the recently published CEO Report, a Philips Consulting initiative for...
Development finance experts recently concluded that development finance institutions (DFIs) do not get the best press even when the markets are in good shape. Accordingly, the sector is tent to be taken for granted and their efforts are reported in the shadow of hedge funds and Wall...
The managing director of Philips Consulting, Rob Taiwo has stated that the democratization of learning is fast  merging with an increasingly globalised workforce, and  the future would belong to those who can learn at pace and deliver a unique set of skills, from anywhere and to anyone.
The former president of Liberia and Africa’s first female president, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at the International law firm Hogan Lovells seventh annual Africa Forum hold recently said, the prevailing wisdom in Africa will survive this pandemic but the effects it will leave  will be enormous.
The main talking point about Sino-African relations in the COVID-19 experience has been the extent to which China will take part in the G20 initiative to defer sovereign debt repayments. This came up in a webinar on ‘China-Africa Policy in the Age of COVID: A New Normal?’...
A new portal has been unveiled to increase access to insurance service, broaden coverage, ease brokerage and enhance interaction between the market and the insurers. The digital interface, according to the host, eTranzact International Plc, will make insurance business fun and convenient in...
The Founder and CEO of Nigeria’s leading Media and Public Relations company, BHM, Ayeni Adekunle, has been confirmed to speak at the annual Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) Public Lecture. Scheduled to hold virtually on Wednesday, July 22, 2020,...
When the coronavirus officially achieved the status of a ‘pandemic’ in Nigeria, it was expected that the impact of the disease would be severe. Still, it’s implications on the socio-economic conditions of the country have been unprecedented, affecting millions of people and spelling an end to many...
PayTV subscribers on Friday, July 10, 2020 came out all gun blazing after the StarTimes, a partly owned government PayTV operator, announced upward review of its subscription rates without significant additions to the content and/or channels. StarTimes Nigeria was slammed by Nigerians for...
Chief Executive of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC), Mr. Babatunde Irukera, has stated that the pay-as-you-go billing model in telecommunications is not necessarily applicable to pay television. Irukera said this on Friday while appearing on Sunrise Daily, Channels Television’s flagship public...