The Federal Government has said it would explore private sector partnership in a bid to address the country’s infrastructural challenges, in line with its year 2020 target.
The Federal Government has reconstituted the Investment and Securities Tribunal (IST), as a practical step towards restoring investors’ confidence in the capital market, and repositioning it to contribute positively to the country’s economy.
Electronic Commerce platform, Jumia Nigeria has announced the launch of an entrepreneurship competition and a “Super Startup campaign” from yesterday until September 30th targeted at all entrepreneurs to have an unparalleled opportunity to grow their business.
Customer service is an indispensable part of an organisation; fact is that Customer Service is the backbone of an organisation. It can build or destroy an organisation; promote or demote a brand, attract or repel people to an organisation.
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), is collaborating with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), to enlist all corporate organisations to key into contributing to the National Housing Fund (NHF) Scheme.
The Fountain Initiative for Social Development (FISD) in partnership with the University of Lagos (UNILAG) Consult Limited (UCL) will from October commence a two-month training for business startups, which holds on Saturdays.
The Bank of Industry (BoI) has announced the appointment of Mohammed Bintube as a new Non-Executive Director to its Board.Bintube, a former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Jaiz bank Plc….
Osun State Government has said that it has put in place policies, programmes and infrastructure that will totally liberate the state from the shackles of the federal allocation, which for sometime has been deciding the progress or otherwise of majority of the states in Nigeria.
Equity transactions rebounded after a two-day losing streak yesterday, following heavy price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks especially Total and Dangote Cement, as indices soared by N124billion.
For any country to become an exporting nation, it has to patronise locally made goods to boost local production and economic growth, says President, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Mrs Nike Akande.