Workers Are Your Greatest Asset

The Traditional style of Contract Employment shift should be changed because it doesn’t give room for Capacity Building, only if this Company’s understand that the People at the Workplace are their greatest asset and not their Brand, Equipments or Products. They are the ones who make your products or services, find your Customers, sell to them, and do everything else that makes your business a business. Read Also: https://theemage.com/realism-and-world-politics/ The Government of Nigeria need to stimulate Indigenization Policies of major Production inputs across the country, stiff regulations need to be…

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Nigeria Need To Enhance Human Development To Boost Economic Development

Economic Development originated in the Post War period of Reconstruction initiated by the US during the 1949 year inaugural speech, President Harry Truman identified the development of Under-Developed areas as a priority for the West. Economic Development is a term that Economists, Politicians and others have used frequently in the 21st century. Economic growth and Human Development is a two-way relationship, moreover the first chain consists of Economic growth benefiting Human Development with GNP, specifically GNP increases human development by expenditure from families, government and organizations. Read Also: https://theemage.com/africa-day-buhari-no-development-without-peace/ More…

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Building Marketing Campaign That Is Value Oriented

In 2017, The New York Times described Marketing as “the art of telling stories so enthralling that people lose track of their wallet. Marketing is about identifying, addressing and answering Customers’ need, good Marketing means having the ability to change and understand your clients empathize and relate with them in a seemingly manageable mode. To become a very successful brand, you must recognize people’s needs and desires and finding ways to satisfying them, apparently doing this consistently, quicker, cheaper, better, more conveniently and with more trustworthiness and honesty than anyone…

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7 Things You Must Sacrifice If You Must Be Rich

The desire to be rich, wealthy, or affluent is good. Deciding to be rich is not sufficient without determination or resolution. Your decision today is tomorrow’s reality despite your environment. If truly you want to be rich, Like the biblical Abraham, you need to sacrifice your Isaac no matter how dear. I will show you 7 vital habits you must sacrifice as follows: Sacrifice Appetite For High Taste. It is good to have a high taste, being flamboyant, looking expensive, and becoming ostentatious. When you are RICH, go for all…

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Nigeria’s Lost Gold

Nigerian government dance with Western Government and Oil Multinationals and each one of them taking a slice of our National cake, But change has always come from individuals and we first need to fix our problem at home before thinking of changing the World bank and all those people remember Nehru and Grandhi, Martin Luther King. How crazy it is that a country exporting millions of gallons of Oil each day had none for its own people. What is the role of the Mavericks or dissenter, a question I asked…

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Features: MTN And Other Competitors

Article written by; Paul Ugbede Godwin. The influx of Telecoms into the Nigerian market has led to stiff competitions in the Communication sector. MTN-Nigeria has been maintaining a competitive relationship with other Telecoms firms in the country (9-Mobile, Globalcom, Airtel). In terms of network coverage and customer-base which could be seen in the trend at which its rolls out different ICT Products and Services. MTN-Nigeria maintains Resource and Information sharing policy with other Telecoms firms in compliance with the NCC regulation of best practice and Information findings among Telecoms providers…

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Features: Achievements And Challenges Of Multinational Corporations In The Nigeria’s Economic Growth Process

[Written By; Paul Ugbede Godwin] Multinational corporations may be conceived of as the accentuation of Global capital in the establishment of business ventures across borders with its exploitative tendencies which according to the Marxist philosophy is deeply rooted in Capitalism and Imperialism with a drastic ends. The exploitative tendencies of Multinationals in Nigeria reflects on its contributions to the ‘Capital Flight’ and the stimulation of a downturn of most Indigenous corporations in the country. The variables of Capital Flight emphasises that a non-productive and parasitic nation like Nigeria will continue…

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NIGERIA’S ELECTRIC POWER FAILURES- Paul Ugbede Godwin

Successive regimes in Nigeria has promised to provide increased Electrification to the Rural-Urban grids for qualitative power supplies, perpetually all this manifestos has failed in all perspectives. Nigeria has invested over N1 trillion in the power sector with little to show for it. Electricity distribution can only reach about 60% of Nigerian households, and it is not constant. Recently the Transmission Company of Nigeria {TCN} announced a reduction in the power generating capacity, Mr Minister of Power Sale Mamman said out of the 13,000 megawatts capacity of power, the DisCos…

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