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4 Feb 2020
Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has expressed worry on the paradox of a recent career preference study commissioned on ‘Job Change and Satisfaction’ among 500 professionals of all sphere interviewed in Asaba, Delta State.
26 Nov 2019
The Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has recognised six persons as ‘Unsung Heroes’ for their leadership and philanthropic roles in five core areas of government’s concern and focus namely: youth, women and health development, education and humanitarian services.
30 Aug 2018
Following increasing requests by Delta State indigenes for credible information about social and economic activities in the state, Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has created a platform called ecoVine, which is basically a global list of indigenes.
28 Nov 2017
The Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has empowered several agripreneurs at a seminar hosted by the Delta Small and Medium Development Agency (DEMSMA) during the Global Entrepreneurship Week.
27 Nov 2017
The Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has empowered several agripreneurs at a seminar hosted by the Delta Small and Medium Development Agency (DEMSMA) during the Global Entrepreneurship Week.

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