BGL Securities Limited has predicted that the recent bullish run in the stock market would be sustained provided certain factors continue to manifest , including strong corporate results from quoted entities especially the banks.Read More
The Nigerian Dental Association has thrown its weight behind the new close up campaign, â€œday + night brushingâ€ initiative unveiled recently in Lagos.Read More
In encouraging acts of heroism in children, Dufil Prima Foods Limited, producers of Indomie noodles has began the search for the next set of heroes for the Indomie Independence Day Award for Heroes of Nigeria.Read More
Intercontinental Distilleries Limited has unveiled three new wines to it’s line of products in the market. The three new Veleta products comes in three variants of Red, White grapes and Peach.Read More
Advertising Association of Nigeria (ADVAN) newly elected executives have said it is ready to work in collaboration with the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN), where there is clear case of improvement in the ability to improve content.Read More
Bank PHB over the weekend signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the United States Embassy extending its sponsorship of the Fulbright Scholarship for another four years. The United States was represented at the signing by Ms Robin Renee Sanders, The Ambassador of the United States of America to Nigeria, at a special dinner organized to mark the event.Read More
THE First Diaspora Igbo Economic Summit in Atlanta, USA, has resolved to set up a special fund education. In a communiquÃ© at the end of the two-day event that ended May 30, it was resolved â€œto organise the Igbo Diaspora to provide the necessary support for quality vocational education across Igboland that will afford the Igbo unemployed the opportunity to learn valuable skills for the modern economyâ€.Read More
HAVING done businesses in Nigeria within the last six months, kindly tell us how it all started and your line of business now.Read More
THE Anambra State governor, Peter Obi, has said massive investment and effective development plan were critical to growth of the state stressing that there was no development master plan in place when he assumed office which was why, he had to take time to plan the direction the state would move to ensure its rapid economic development.
The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) is statutorily charged with the responsibility of protecting the interest of shippers in the country. In this interview with Godfrey Bivbere & Moses Nosike in Lagos, the Executive Secretary of NSC, Captain Audu Adamu Biu explains the challenges and achievements of the council, besides other issues in the maritime industry.