Category Archives: Business

America-Based Model And Actress Signs New Contract Deal With Amity Global Network

Nigeria popular PR Agency and Award winning media consultation institution, Amity Global Network has concluded discussions to commence the official signing of reknowned America-based Hollywood Actress, Top Model and motivational Speaker Queen Krystal Okeke, as the new management body for her exceptional talent and versatile exposition in the entertainment industry.

The Chicago based Top model, Queen Krystal Okeke confirmed that the partnership when she shared a post on her instagram handle days ago. In her post, she expressed excitement on her official signing with Amity Global Network as her new managers. The post reads, “am super excited to get it rolling with my Friend, Alex Nwankwo, the MD/CEO of Amity Global Network”.

Energy Expert calls for more Modular Refineries In Nigeria

An energy expert, Dr Layi Fatona, has said for Nigeria to be energy-independent, it has to encourage the building of more small-sized refineries by marginal field operators.

He said this at the annual lecture of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society/Mobil themed, ‘Nigeria’s energy independence-recipe for its attainment.’

Exploring the Goldmine in Milk Production In Nigeria

Dairy farming is a class of agriculture, or an animal husbandary enterprise that is meant for long-term production of milk, butter, cheese and yoghort

It is usually from dairy cows. But in recent times, the practice has been extended to goats and sheep, which may either be processed on-site or transported to a dairy factory for processing and retail sales.

Seplat Petroleum pushes for SDGs

AN indigenous upstream player in the oil and gas sector, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (Seplat), said it is committed to partnering with relevant stakeholders to achieve one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which is Health for All.

Pursuant to this, the firm said has brought succour to its host communities and to other indigenes of Imo State through its Eye Can See and Safe Motherhood programmes.

Buhari woos German investors on infrastructure

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said  the nation was  looking for investors in infrastructure, especially in the power sector to stimulate business growth.

He assured German companies that the government will honour the terms of agreements on investments in the country.

Daewoo Shipbuilding targets $9 billion earnings in 2018

Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine & Engineering Co., the world’s second-largest shipbuilder by orders, is expecting to earn about $9.1billion in sales this year.

Chief Executive Officer of the company, Jung Sung-leep, also said he expected Daewoo Shipbuilding to receive $7 billion worth of orders by the end of this year, which is close to the initial order target of $7.3 billion.

US Consulate launches academy for women entrepreneurs in Nigeria

The United States Consulate General in Lagos,Nigeria on Monday launched the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs, a State Department-led initiative that supports women entrepreneurs around the world.

A statement issued by the consulate said during a week-long programme, a diverse group of 100 women selected from a pool of over 6,000 applicants, would receive lessons on business management, network with like-minded entrepreneurs and mentors, and learn the practical skills required to create successful and sustainable businesses.

Discos move to Install six million Electricity meters

The 11 power distribution companies operating in Nigeria have commenced moves to install six million electricity meters in the residents of their respective customers between 2019 and 2022.

Only 3,793,895, representing 42.9 per cent of the 8,840,801 registered electricity customers,  had been metered at the end of the first quarter this year, it was gathered in Abuja on Wednesday.

Oil price may rally above $70 post-Saudi attacks, says Platts data

Oil prices could test the US$80 a barrel Brent Crude price, following the attacks on the Abqaiq facility and the Khurais oil field in Saudi Arabia this weekend, S&P Global Platts Analytics said in a note.

The attacks on the Saudi oil facilities sparked a massive fire at a crude processing plant essential to global oil supplies. The closure impacts 5 million barrels of crude processing per day, affecting 5 percent of the world’s daily oil production.

Nigeria Firm trains entrepreneurs on business development skills

A fast-rising media agency, NixxHash Communications has empowered about 36 entrepreneurs and business owners on digital marketing, branding skills, accounting and taxation skills for the efficient operation of their businesses.

The training held in Ikorodu, Lagos was tagged ‘Entreprise Jolly: The CEOs Hangout’. It had sessions on The Role of Branding in Achieving a Sustainable Business, How to have a well-organised account for our businesses, Why we must pay tax, How to position on brands before a global audience offline and Online’