Posts Tagged “Industry”
Describing the Nigerian entertainment industry as, “A gold mine waiting to be tapped,” Kola-Daisi noted, “I see the Nigerian entertainment industry becoming as globally competitive as the United States and our content will be fully global if properly harnessed,” he stressed. He further spoke on the myriad of untapped talents in the country.
The Africa’s richest man from Nigeria, Aliko Dangote, plans to launch Nigeria’s first private crude oil refinery by 2019 while almost doubling his cement production on the continent by adding plants in eight countries as he shrugs off a regional economic downturn. Dangote told reporters the $12 billion refinery would have a capacity of 650,000…
The work titled “In-licensing as a Business Strategy for Pharmaceutical Companies: A Framework for the Nigerian Industry” essentially details a comprehensive structural realignment of the Nigerian pharmaceutical industry.
It will be presented in a one-hour session on the 4th of September, 2016 at the Suntec Convention Center, Singapore.
Kaduna-based auto assembler, PAN Nigeria, is currently showcasing locally assembled vehicles at the on-going 11th Lagos Motor Fair holding at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, which began on Thursday and ends May 4. Some of the quality locally assembled Peugeot vehicles on display at the PAN stand include the newly unveiled Peugeot 508,…
It is estimated that about 30,000 Nigerians are employed in the textile industry and an additional one million small farmers and labourers are both in direct cotton production and within the value chain, probably supporting five million more people. This is a sharp contrast from over 400,000 people employed across over 250 textile mills in the country in the 80s
Chief, Dr. Innocent Ifediaso Chukwuma was born in 1961 at Umudim, Nnewi, Anambra State. He is the last of six children born to Mr and Mrs Chukwuma Mojekwu of Uru-Umudim Nnewi, Anambra State. After his education he started trading in spare parts under the name Innoson Nigeria Ltd in 1981.
Starting out as a bridal makeup artist with a makeup shop and a vision to empower other young women in the makeup business, the House of Tara established the first makeup school in the country and also initiated the beauty rep model, thereby creating a platform for aspiring makeup artistes.