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IGHO SANOMI; AFRICA'S YOUNGEST BILLIONAIRE
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Fri, 24 January, 2014 09:31:08 AM, in the Category Business News.Total Views 45865.
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Igho Charles Sanomi II was born in 1975 in Agbor Delta State, Nigeria, the fifth child (and first son) of a devout Catholic family. His father, the late Dickens Oghenereumu Patrick Sanomi hailed from Delta State Nigeria and was a retired Assistant Inspector General of the Nigerian Police. Mr Sanomi’s mother, Mabel Iyabo Sanomi holds a Royal title of Yeye Jemo of Isotun Ijesha Kingdom in Osun State. She was a renowned nurse and medical entrepreneur from Osun State in South Western Nigeria.

TOUCH OF GOLD
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Thu, 23 January, 2014 09:57:26 AM, in the Category That touch of Class....Total Views 1273.
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18-carat-gold HTC One-crafted specially to mark the 2013 MOBO Awards. There were only five in existence, and at such a premium price (£2,750), it was the most expensive phone HTC had ever produced. HTC liked the design so much it's now available as a colour option. So it's not pure gold but nice enough to sit alongside the silver, red and black models.

2014 FASHION TRENDS
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Thu, 23 January, 2014 07:28:17 AM, in the Category Behind the looks.Total Views 1682.
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Dear Friends,

'Looking good is good business!' they say, check out these lovely fashion items designed to stand you out and make you look adorable in 2014.

They are nice!

TODAY ON FRANKLY SPEAKING - THE PURPOSE OF BRANDING
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Thu, 23 January, 2014 05:29:36 AM, in the Category Frankly Speaking.Total Views 516.
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With the rapid improvement and sophistication in technology, production processes have become a lot more automated. Manual handling in production of goods and service delivery continues to reduce as more advanced computerization empowers many production processes to do things unaided.

Many production machines and lines continue to churn out standard quality products, meeting the specifics, with extremely minimal defects as almost every aspect of the process has been programmed to deliver perfectly. All the engineer needs to do is just program the machines and monitor the process to deliver. The world has come that advanced.

Be it food processing, aviation, automobile, FMCGs, telecoms, office machines, home appliances and equipment, courier and logistics production and service sectors, there are extremely intelligent machines created and well programmed to deliver, superior and standard products and services at much faster rates.

The best way to run your business meeting in 2014 revealed!
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Wed, 22 January, 2014 05:23:43 AM, in the Category Business News.Total Views 2044.
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In this super-fast age of ours, good meeting etiquette is a necessity if any business must come good.

Quite often, organizations hold meetings within which strategies and business ideas are analyzed. But all too often, meetings run longer than necessary and consequently fail to keep attendees engaged.

Whether you're meeting with partners, vendors or employees, showcase your boardroom brilliance with these meeting musts:

  •   Determine the objectives. A clear goal will set the tone for the meeting and determine its direction. Your goal should be specific and measurable. If you're expecting attendees to brainstorm, ask each participant to arrive with a list of ideas.

 

  •   Ask yourself if a meeting is actually necessary. Meetings can be expensive. To calculate the precise cost, multiply the hourly wage of each person present by the length of the gathering. If your objective can be met through e-mail, conference call, Skype, or even a quick one-on-one discussion, skip the meeting altogether.

 

TODAY ON FRANKLY SPEAKING - THE CORE OF THE MATTER.
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Wed, 22 January, 2014 05:07:24 AM, in the Category Frankly Speaking.Total Views 468.
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Many businesses today are under tremendous pressure and anxiety about where their growth will come from this year. Teams are meeting, putting together plans and strategies for success. Competitors are also planning on how they can take on a larger share of the market; deliver more in volume, revenue and profit.

The dynamism and inconsistencies in the market and business environment keep making it difficult for business leaders to chest-beat about good profit at the end of the financial year. The quality, commitment and passion of employees also put a question mark on the likelihood of fully implementing strategy and delivering the expected results.

 Truth is, many people today are just going to work, doing their best and hoping for the best. Very few are actually confident about success at the end of the period.

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SET TO BOOM IN KENYA!
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Wed, 22 January, 2014 04:46:39 AM, in the Category Windows in Africa.Total Views 1850.
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Are you looking for where to invest in 2014?

The Kenyan Government has, once again, reiterated its readiness to partner with the private sector in order to construct and sell houses.

In Kenya, there has been a robust growth in housing development in the last five years. Nonetheless, there remains a very high and unmet demand - particularly in the urban areas across the country which shelters over 1.8million visitors annually!

Under the Vision 2030, a target of over 200,000 housing units per year is required.

As such, the government is ready to work out modalities of partnering with private sector to construct and sell houses, including low cost houses to Kenyans.

 ‘Safari land’ calls.

This might just be your chance to strike gold!

6 PHRASES YOU SHOULD NEVER USE AT THE OFFICE
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Wed, 22 January, 2014 04:21:07 AM, in the Category Business News.Total Views 22974.
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The corporate world is increasingly sieving out every form of ethical informality. 

Listed below are my top six suggestions for the “DO NOT SAY” list. Using these comments in business (and life) can diminish your stature in the eyes of others, minimize what you are saying, or tarnish your professional image

TODAY ON FRANKLY SPEAKING - YOUR LIFE'S WORK; A MASTERPIECE
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Tue, 21 January, 2014 10:47:25 AM, in the Category Frankly Speaking.Total Views 5802.
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If you sincerely open your eyes and look around, if you refuse to let your subjective mindset and restricting thinking cover your true sight, you’ll realize more than ever before in history, this millennium offers the greatest opportunities to achieve whatever you want to achieve and be the best you can ever be in life.

Today, we have no more barriers and restriction in business and social communication globally, information on any subject matter is just a click away, opportunities abound across markets, across nations, across the globe, individual liberty has become more popular and indeed we are enjoying an era of free enterprise.

Success, freedom, happiness and financial independence has never been more accessible anytime else in history than now! 

TODAY ON FRANKLY SPEAKING - CONFRONTERS AND EVADERS.
By Muyiwa Afolabi, On Tue, 21 January, 2014 04:56:44 AM, in the Category Business News.Total Views 6059.
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Many years ago in my days of paid employment, I used to work in a team of marketing experts with excellence driven, extremely intelligent and competent leadership.

 In our Monday morning meetings, each one of these managers were expected to report on their various bit and obtain guidance, advice and support from other members of the team.

This experience was not a piece of cake; your report must be tight, accurate, flawless and coherent. If by any chance there is a gap in your report or an indication you didn\'t address an issue you reported efficiently, you’re  definitely going to come under severe fire and criticism by many members of the team, they won’t stop unless and until our director intervened.

Consequently, these meetings became a much revered experience, for some of us it became an emotional struggle or battle as it were, we would work hard crossing the ‘Is’ and dotting the ‘Ts’ to make sure we’re not the scapegoat of any of these meetings.

One of my friends; a colleague then had serious difficulty handling these intense and tension soaked meetings. Every time it was his turn to report his bit, he would immediately begin to sweat profusely. 

He would lose...

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