Guinness Nigeria Plc
Brewers move to pass extra alcohol duty to consumers
Unable to bear the burden of excise duty on their businesses and another proposed upward review in alcohol tax, brewing firms are exploring modalities to pass on costs to consumers, having paid over N50 billion to the Federal Government in the last nine months. The government had introduced a new excise regime on June 4,…
Guinness fosters responsible drinking through partnerships
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) revealed that as at the third quarter of 2017, Nigeria had about 11 million motor vehicles in the country. More than four million of these vehicles are privately-owned while more than six million vehicles are registered as commercial vehicles. Another 135,216 vehicles are registered as government owned vehicles. While…
Guinness launches scheme to promote agric value chain
In its bid to key into the Federal Government’s policy on diversification and local content, growth of the agricultural value chain and that of smallholder farmers, Guinness Nigeria Plc., has launched an agriculture scheme tagged: “Grow with Nigeria”
CBN, Guinness promote local raw material sourcing
A partnership between Guinness Nigeria Plc, and other stakeholders, including Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), and Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, may drastically reduce the import of raw materials for the manufacturing sector and conserving foreign exchange. Agricultural initiative called, ‘Growing with Nigeria,’ has empowered over 5,000 farmers across the country, and boosted the level…
Guinness, FRSC flag off ember months safety campaign in Lagos
Guinness Nigeria Plc, in partnership with the Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC) and Diageo in Lagos kicked off this year’s ‘Ember Months’ Responsibility Drinking Awareness Campaign, aimed at enlightening the public on the harmful consequences of alcohol abuse during the last quarter of the year through to the holiday season.
Guinness unveils PET bottles, works with artists on recycling model
Guinness Nigeria Plc has announced the creation of 60 new jobs, as one of its commitment to investing more in the future of Nigerian economy. This was revealed by the Managing Director, Guinness Nigeria, Mr. Peter Ndegwu, during the media tour and launch of a PET bottle new format for its adult premium non-alcoholic drinks,…
Guinness Nigeria partners Wecyclers on waste management
Guinness Nigeria Plc has partnered with Wecyclers, a for-profit social enterprise that promotes environmental sustainability, socio-economic development, and community health, to support Guinness’ waste management agenda.
FRSC, Guinness sue for reduction in alcohol-related accidents
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), and Guinness Nigeria Plc have stressed the need for Nigeria to reduce alcohol related road crashes on Nigerian roads, especially during ‘ember’ months.
Boosting technical efficiency through capacity building
The place of corporate social responsibility (CSR) cannot be under emphasized in business growth and development, as big companies have immensely become powerful entities to the point that they have frequently trumped the interests of sovereign nations.