Oil, gas industry in Africa promising amid rising uncertainty
Although the global energy market is in an exciting phase of transition, and disruptions with new technologies unlocking significant new reserves, processing, transportation and downstream uses that were previously unviable, unknown or inaccessible...
‘How family enterprises can create multigenerational growth’
Experts in the country’s business sector have tipped family enterprises as a tool that can create multigenerational growth, saying Nigerians can emancipate more citizens from the scourge of abject poverty by setting up family businesses.
How digital trends will affect financial services’ roles
Then evolving global trends in digitisation will not just reduce manual processes but will cut the cost to the barest minimum, ensure efficient operations, with artificial intelligence and robots providing 24-hour services, particularly in the financial sector.
How to address mining sector challenges in Nigeria, by experts
With the appointment of a Minister for mining, experts in the country’s mining and solid minerals sector have advised the Federal Government to address the lingering challenges bedevilling the industry.
Diaspora remittances to Nigeria may reach $34.8 billion by 2023
The latest report by the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has estimated that migrant remittances to Nigeria could grow to $25.5 billion, $29.8billion, and $34.8billion in 2019, 2021, and 2023 respectively.
Entries open for PwC media awards
Entries are now open for the fourth edition of PwC Media Excellence Awards. The awards, which celebrate excellence in business reporting in Nigeria, is open to journalists...
PwC wins best work place for women in Nigeria award
A firm, PwC, has won the ‘Best Place To Work For Women Employees In Nigeria In The Large Organisation category’ and also ranked second in the ‘Best Companies To Work For In Africa (Large Organisation) category.’
African entrepreneurs, others seek functional public private partnership
political and business leaders across Africa yesterday canvassed for a functional public-private partnership (PPP) as a way of developing the continent and sustain the economy of its different countries.