About a year since it started operations, Algorithm Media was officially launched recently in Lagos. Speaking at the event, the Chief Executive Officer of the company Mr. Seni Adetu, said despite the current economic situation....
Shobanjo leads discussion at NIMN investiture
The advertising man, Mr. Biodun Shobanjo, has been nominated to lead a marketing discourse at the forthcoming investiture ceremony of the new president of National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria....
Brand me a millionaire!
I am surprised we are not all millionaires by now. Because for several years, we have witnessed an endless deluge of millionaire promotions by virtually every company you can think of.
Online cake store to relieve customers of delayed delivery
While speaking at the official unveiling of the online store recently in Lagos, Chief Operating Officer, Prananet Technology Limited, Dr. Dayo Elutade, said the idea was conceived to meet the needs of Nigerians...
Brandzone hosts workshop in Lagos on Feb 24
The theme of the Workshop is ‘Branding For Growth,’ designed to enable Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and not-for-profit organisations gain knowledge in the areas of branding...
Online platform to bridge artisan, customer gap
In line with Lagos State’s plan to promote small and medium enterprises, an online platform, I Sabi Work, has been launched to provide access to reliable artisans in their localities at the right time.
Media practitioners tasked on professionalism
Journalists and information officers have been tasked to adhere strictly to the ethics of the profession as they contribute their quota to the actualisation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Bata Media set to host inaugural edition of under 40 CEOs forum
Under 40 CEOs Forum, a live interactive event is an extension of the mother brand Under 40 CEOs, a television show. The forum is a platform featuring a conversation...
Wikipedia editors ban 'unreliable' Daily Mail as source
Wikipedia editors have voted to ban the use of articles from British tabloid The Daily Mail and its globally popular website as sources, calling them "unreliable", according to a statement.