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Nigeria mulls ‘business whitelist’ to boost Internet stakes

Nigeria is developing a business whitelist programme to boost confidence in local business operating on the borderless Internet marketplace, the nation’s Internet domain name manager says. Sunday Folayan, President of the multistakeholder group that manages Nigeria’s .ng Internet name, the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NIRA), says the proposed Nigerian Business whitelist is a national response […]

Nigeria’s embargo on Chinese phones ‘hit top players’

Modavate, Nigeria-owned tech company, in U.S. market strides

Modavate Inc., a fast-growing human and technology solutions firm founded in 2007 by a U.S.-based Nigerian businesswoman, Bukie Opanuga, is recording giant strides with opening of its new Buford headquarters in the U.S. State of Georgia. U.S. District Congressman, Rob Woodall, who attended the festivities, at 4486 Commerce Drive, to tour the facility and offer […]

Govt seeks God to reach Nigerian telecoms consumers

Etisalat to Nigerian SMEs: Innovate to boost your business

Mobile phone company, Etisalat Nigeria, wants small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) in the country to innovate to enable them boost their productivity. Mr  Bidemi Ladipo, Head Enterprise Marketing, Etisalat Nigeria, said in Lagos that SMEs must adopt innovative models of doing business to accelerate growth, increase capacity and maximize profit. He says that being innovative will help startups […]

Govt seeks God to reach Nigerian telecoms consumers

Ikeja Computer Village: Connect Market CEO wants Nigeria’s tech market leaders to ‘think big’

Mr. Tunji Adeyinka, Chief Executive Officer Connect Marketing Services Limited has challenged business owners in Ikeja Computer Village, Nigeria’s largest technology market cluster to start thinking out of the box, if they hope to scale up in today’s competitive business landscape. According to the CEO of Connect Marketing, business leaders in Ikeja Computer Village, popularly […]

Nigeria’s embargo on Chinese phones ‘hit top players’