Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Ade Olufeko breaks echo-chambers into new levels of awareness
As Nigeria goes through a maelstrom of transformation or the fight for it, Nigerian-American; business futurist Ade Olufeko, based in the southwest, is in the trenches making massive waves despite a constant...
Professionals seek increased funding for SON
Manufacturers and related professionals have called on the Federal Government to improve budgetary funding and mobilise adequate resources for the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) to enable it to discharge its key functions appropriately. The stakeholders in their different congratulatory messages to the agency’s new Director-General, Farouk Salim, said while the agency is saddled with…
LCCI seeks compensation, compassion for looted businesses indebted to banks
• Expresses worry about the potential loss of jobs Grieved by the loss of lives, property, and livelihoods triggered by recent peaceful EndSARS protests, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has urged banks to be compassionate to looted businesses that are indebted to them. Similarly, the Chamber asked for adequate compensation…
LCCI asks members to re-evalute operations, business models for new normal
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has tasked its members on the need to re-evaluate their operations and business models to operate efficiently in a post-pandemic economy. Noting that the Chamber had already re-aligned its strategy to broaden its scope of services and policy advocacy, the LCCI urged business owners to also adjust…
Fuel price hits N143.80 per litre, labour fumes
The Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU), yesterday, condemned the increase in the pump price of petrol, describing it as ill-timed and insensitive.
LCCI, UI alumni mourn Omotosho
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has expressed sadness over the death of its former Director-General, Sir Remi Omotoso.
83 per cent businesses to reduce salaries, downsize over revenue losses
Although the lockdown may have been relaxed, the impact on businesses may lead to further high unemployment, reduction in consumers’ purchasing power
COVID-19: LCCI donates food items,medical supplies to LASG
The President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Mrs Toki Mabogunje, yesterday donated food items and medical supplies to the Lagos State Government.
How coronavirus outbreak threatens Nigeria’s economy
• Oil price, reserves, excess crude savings dip • ‘Why prices of phones may rise by 75%’ • Spare parts dealers worry about weak supply chain • Travel insurance claims expected to spike • Shipping industry loses $350 million weekly The cost of the coronavirus outbreak for businesses is rising as the organised private sector…