Bank chief prescribes ways to sustainable business growth
The Chairman, First Bank Nigeria Limited, Ibukun Awosika, has identified strict adherence to vision and core values as the principles that must be adopted to achieve sustainable business growth in Nigeria.
Awosika to deliver ARMTI’s 20th annual lecture
The Chairperson of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) Plc, Mrs. Ibukun Awosika, is expected to deliver the 20th annual lecture of Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute (ARMTI), Ilorin, Kwara State.
Branding confab to set positive agenda
As part of efforts to rebrand the country, Brandzone, in collaboration with the Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL), founded by Professor Pat Utomi, is set to host a two-day National...
Stakeholders advocate trust culture for national development
The Managing Director, Chain Reactions Nigeria, Israel Jaiye Opeyemi, said the partnership would help Nigeria establish the Nigerian Trust Index, which is the average of a country’s trust in the four institutions.
Stakeholders task SMEs on competitive innovation
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the country have been charged on the need to position their businesses as a global competitive alternative amidst the current economic recession.
The Art of Nigerian Women previews at The Wheatbaker
The 360-page hardback book printed on silk paper, features the work of 75 leading and emerging contemporary visual artists –– some of Nigeria’s brightest.
BoI, First Bank, AGDC target five million jobs with increased on-lending to MSMEs
To increase access to funds to the underserved and intending entrepreneurs, the Bank of Industry (BoI) and Afterschool Graduate Development Centre (AGDC) have partnered to finance viable and sustainable business ideas.
Financial inclusion, transfer of knowledge and resources to Nigerian enterprises are hallmarks of Vantage Forum 2017, says Akinlabi
Vantage Forum started in 2014 when it became clear that there was a knowledge gap between the policy makers, economists and those who were actually in business.
Tara Fela Durotoye: Being a pacesetter
I always knew that the risk of running the business in Nigeria is high but sometimes you do not know to what extent, until my products were counterfeited. This came to me as surprise.