04/12/2013

How to Start Security Guard Company Business

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With concerns about crime and terrorism on the rise, the demand for private security services is rising steadily to protect against robberies, violence and other forms of crime.

As both businesses and consumers are increasingly more aware of their need for security, knowing how to start a security company can be a viable business opportunity for entrepreneurs. However, starting a security company requires the correct training and licensing, as well as a sound understanding of business management and networking. The following steps will teach you how to start your own security

03/12/2013

FG to create 3.5m jobs through agriculture by 2015 - Jonathan

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The Federal Government through President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday at an international conference on palm oil production reiterated its commitment to create 3.5 million jobs through the agricultural value chains of production, processing and marketing by 2015.

He expressed government’s determination to add 20 million metric tonnes of food to the domestic supply by 2015. “We have identified oil palm as one of the important commodities and key drivers to promote the value chain initiative. “We have also intensified efforts to provide enabling environment.”

How Tony Elumelu Made $123 million

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Tony O. Elumelu knows what’s he’s looking for.



According to Forbes, Elumelu—a Nigerian economist, banker, investor and philanthropist born in Jos, 1963 who earned his M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Lagos and later graduated from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Programme—made his first fortune by acquiring a small, struggling Nigerian commercial bank and building it into the United Bank of Africa Group, a leading financial

02/12/2013

Boost Your Business across Nigeria

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Get access to over 80 million Nigerian phone users and over 60 million email subscribers.

You can boost your business today by making use of this opportunity:
  1. Send bulk messages to over 80 million phone subscribers in Nigeria
  2. Choose which location you wish to send your message i.e. states in Nigeria or region
  3. You can also let people read your products/services in Nigeria local languages e.g type your message in Yoruba language and choose the south-west states.