Get Events Limited Is Recruiting

Get Events Limited is an E-commerce/Internet firm in need of suitable candidates for this position

Responsible for;
  • Designing campaign banner
  • Designing promo bundle ads
  • Designing all online and offline marketing awareness materials
  • Responsible for working with and managing third party Technology Consultants regarding website developments, newsletters designs, banner creations and all other web-based issues.


How to Become A Successful Entrepreneur

In this article I'll list top 5 tips for becoming a successful entrepreneur.

The following are some tips for becoming a successful entrepreneur based on my experience of building a company from the ground up, leading New York City as mayor, and founding a philanthropic organization.

1. Take risks.
Life is too short to spend your time avoiding failure.
In 1981, at the age of 39, I was fired from the only full-time job I'd ever had - a job I loved.
But I never let myself look back, and the very next day I took a big risk and began my own company based


Etisalat Nigeria Is Recruiting

Etisalat Nigeria Career 2015!


Etisalat's vision is a world where people's reach is not limited by matter or distance; a world where people will effortlessly stay in touch with family and friends; a world where businesses of all sizes can reach new markets without the limitations of distance and travel.

Job Summary
  • Assist in developing initiatives aimed at enhancing Etisalat Nigeria's social media engagement activities.
  • Build links within social media circles; socialize relevant social media communities on Etisalat Nigeria's online presence.
  • Principal Functions
  • Assist in the implementation of all social media strategic initiatives in line with Etisalat Nigeria's overall business and corporate communications objectives
  • Conduct research to identify relevant online influencers to enhance Etisalat Nigeria's media outreach
  • Collaborate internally on developing and managing online strategic partnerships for all business units/


Why Budget Shouldn’t be a Neglected Word

Several weeks ago, McDonald’s caused quite the online uproar when the Practical Money Skills Budget Journal (that the company created along with partner Visa) went public. Many people criticised the budgeting expectations put forth in the journal as unrealistic.

However, one big benefit of both the McDonald’s budgeting journal and the controversy that it caused was that it got individuals and news outlets talking about household budgets.
Considering the fact that the word “budget” can send a chill up the spine of even frugal individuals, it’s high time we started talking about what budgets are (and aren’t) on a larger level. Some truly negative myths still cling to the idea of budgeting, no matter how untrue they may


How To Build Wealth Like Millionaires Do

The economic downturn has taken its toll on Americans – business owners and workers alike. Many of those who lost their jobs had to take substantial pay cuts in order to work.  Overtime is a thing of the past and many who would like a second job find they are few and far between.  Just because times have been challenging doesn’t mean it’s impossible to build wealth.  In fact building wealth can actually be enjoyable, even fun.

There are opportunities out there for everyone whether it is in an emerging industry such as “micro jobs” or using a special talent you possess and enjoy turning into wealth building opportunities. Here are some ways to build wealth either in a small way to make ends meet or in a big way that could be life changing, either way any of these could be a positive move in the right direction:


7 Reasons Your Neighbours Have More Money than You

You look out the window of your home each night after dinner, staring across the street at your neighbours. You long for their fancy cars, their manicured lawns, and even the vacations they seem to take several times a year.
You’re not alone. I often look out my window, too — staring at the gorgeous homes and cars — wondering how they manage to pay for them. After all, we live in the same neighbourhood, our kids go to the same schools, and their salaries aren’t that much more than ours.
There are several reasons that our neighbours can afford so many of the things we would love to have, but could never fathom splurging on:

1. Perception is everything
Your perception may be skewed. You see fancy cars in the


Top 7 Products To Export And Become Rich

Albert Opute. Trainer, Consultant & Exporter

The export business remains one of the most lucrative endeavours anyone can engage in judging by the abundance of many products that can be exported from Nigeria to many countries across the world.

It is also a business that offers lots of room for new entrants to come into it as the industry is still relatively under exploited, making Nigeria to shortchange itself from the billions of dollars that accrue to international trade yearly.

In this week’s SD, Mr. Albert Opute, a Trainer, consultant, and exporter since 2007 reveals his top seven exportable products that can make anyone rich. He also exposes the inner operation of an export business and gives a guide into starting and making a great success as an exporter.
Enjoy the interview:


How a College Student Generated $100K for Her Company

The idea for my company, Headbands of Hope, came from a summer internship at a wish-granting organization for kids with life-threatening illnesses when I was 19. I realized that girls loved to wear headbands after hair-loss instead of wigs. So I created a company that gave a headband to a child with cancer and $1 to research for every headband sold.
I was studying communications at the time and didn’t know the first thing about starting a business or even manufacturing a product. But I knew I was onto something with this idea and it was a need that wasn’t being met, so I went for it.
Before I graduated in May 2013, I generated over $100,000 in revenue. I walked


How to Build a Network Marketing Business

The first time I decided to interact with other professionals to develop my social contacts, I didn’t know I was doing myself a favor because fast-forward today I have acquired a great deal of information which in turn educated me about different industries that were otherwise not my field of expertise. I have learned from the experiences (wins and losses) of people who are considered, professionals in their field. I have received FREE career advice on demand – well, I spend N900 – N1000 on the coffee we take during the session, but it’s free actually.