Firm bags UK media awards
Leading business resource for African entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in the Diaspora, BusinessIQ Africa has been announced winner of the Media Innovator Awards 2021 for the Best Entrepreneurial Subscription Platform in Southern Nigeria.
The award is hosted by Corporate Vision, a United Kingdom-based publishing firm targeted at delivering insightful features from across the globe to improve business practices in Human Resources, marketing, entrepreneurship, among others.
A statement by BusinessIQ Africa disclosed that during the selection process, the research team of Corporate Vision created case files on BusinessIQ Africa and other nominees.
According to the statement, “the case files detail the brand’s history, services, products, articles, and social media presence within the industry, as well as testimonials.
“These files were then passed to the judging panel; the panel carefully picked the winners, of which BusinessIQ Africa emerged as the winner for the Best Entrepreneurial Subscription Platform in Southern Nigeria.”
The firm further noted: “BusinessIQ Africa founded by Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa, a business strategist who has helped over a thousand entrepreneurs launch successful businesses in Nigeria and Africa at large, is a monthly subscription platform where African entrepreneurs can access business resources to help them increase their business intelligence quotient.
“Whether you are already an established business owner or you have good business ideas and you want to turn those ideas into a business, or even if you just want to become a business intelligence analyst, then you should subscribe with us.
“On the platform, you have access to business books, carefully written and tailored to meet your business needs, and also help you improve your Business IQ.”
“BusinessIQ Africa also features the interviews of business and thought leaders in Africa, whose true stories are well documented to reveal real-life business lessons that can help you channel the course of your enterprise,” the statement read.
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