Huffine Global Solutions` (HGS) CEO, Edwin Huffine, is pleased to announce that HGS has entered into a collaborative partnership with Del-York International.
Teemark Limited has been fully rebranded under the new management and leadership of Mrs. Taiwo Funmilola Adenike the unassuming educational guidance and counseling professional and one of the leading prolific writers, bestselling authors and speakers in conferences and seminars around the world.
The Aliko Dangote Foundation (ADF) has doled out a whooping N4.2billion as part of its unconditional Micro Grant Programme for empowering women in the rural areas across the country.
While the age-old saying and philosophy of virtue being its own reward (or seeing doing good as its own reward) remains a strong motivating factor in doing good persistently, it helps when virtue gets recognition from time to time.
Imagine what’s possible when the most innovative TV meets the fastest and most powerful game console. Rapid response time, smooth graphics and enhanced immersion with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos on supporting TVs.
To the admiration of key financial sector operators present, the Dangote Fertilizer Limited announced yesterday the formal commencement of production of Urea in commercial quantity and the plan to hit the Nigerian market on Monday.
NASCON Allied Industries Plc has ended the 2020 financial year on a positive note, with a reason for cheer and greater optimism among the company shareholders, based on the expected revenue increase from its new state-of-art Salt Refinery.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s premier and leading financial inclusion services provider, has been ranked the second ‘most admired financial services brand’ in Africa – for the second straight year – at the 2021 Brand Africa 100: Africa’s Best Brands Event, held on Africa day, 25th May 2021.
The Aliko Dangote Foundation in partnership with Germany's VDMA (the German Association for Mechanical and Plant Engineering) and its Foundation for Young Talent in Mechanical Engineering (NWS) have officially launched a technical training program in Nigeria, in a bid to significantly address the skill deficit in all the key sectors of the nation’s economy.
Fidelity Bank remains committed to putting smiles on its customers’ faces by enriching their lives through its ongoing savings loyalty program. To mark this year’s Children’s Day, the bank doled out N150, 000 to 62 Sweet Account (SWEETA) holders across the country, a whopping total of N9.3 million.