Gross Domestic Product
‘Insurance industry contributes less than one per cent to GDP’
The president, LCCI, Dr. Nike Akande, explained that less than one per cent of Nigerians have life assurance policies, adding that the industry’s density still stands at 0.225 per cent with a near-zero
Salami lifts women with xceptional women network
We have adopted the UNDP’s working definition for capacity development. Based on this, we run consulting, training and coaching services for organisations and their workforce ...
Nigeria, Russia unveil e-commerce platform to boost bilateral ties
With volume of trade between Nigeria and Russia hovering around $300 million, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry ( LCCI) and Russian Federation have unveiled an e-ecommerce platform ....
Indigenous meter manufacturers lament low patronage by DISCOs
The Executive Secretary of EMMAN, Mr Muyideen Ibrahim, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that only Ibadan, Eko and Abuja distribution companies patronised EMMAN members.
Marketing insurance with empathy
For as long as I can remember, the insurance subsector has been regarded by many as the underachiever of the financial sector. The reasons are legion. The banking sector contributes more to the Gross Domestic Product ...
How Nigeria can manage recession, avert depression
The Bloomberg L.P., a privately held financial software, data and media company headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, yesterday described Nigeria’s economic challenges ...
Former bank chief raises hope on economic rebound
The Chairman of FrieslandCampina WAMCO, Jacob Ajekigbe, has said that the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will expectedly rebound in 2016, though marginally.