In Nigeria, foreign workers, who like to be called expatriates, live in the choicest areas and often times, lead some of the biggest firms.
Omolara Elemide was recently appointed as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of CAP Plc, the paint manufacturing subsidiary of Nigerian conglomerate, UAC of Nigeria Plc.
@SimShagaya is one of the few discerning people who have been able to use the opportunities provided by internet technology to become success stories in the Nigerian e-commerce space.
Mark Essien has since successfully managed hotels.ng to become the biggest hotel booking portal in Nigeria. Get familiar with his journey.
@Bet9jaOfficial founder, Kunle Soname is a sports enthusiast, who is an erudite investor in sporting activities in the country.
Akintola Williams is the doyen of accountancy in Nigeria. As a seasoned entrepreneur, he set up a chartered accountancy firm which gained markets in Nigeria.
Although, Femi Otedola’s decision to divest his shares in Forte Oil came as a surprise to many Nigerians, it was more surprising that it was acquired by Nigerian company, Prudent Energy & Services Limited, owned by a Nigerian businessman and oil mogul.
Both FilmOne and Filmhouse Cinema were co-founded by Babatope in December 2012. Ever since then, the companies have been major players in the Nigerian film industry.
The Abiola story is a tale of conviction, determination and demonstration of sagacity— how a young man who entered into business at the tender age of nine (selling firewood to neighbours) went on to study accounting, graduated with a first class degree and built a fortune worth millions of dollars doing business. #DemocracyDay
we are focusing on all the first time state governors and their states' Internally Generated revenue (IGR) figures. Will these men be able to manage the affairs of these states? Well, we will find out in the course of the next four years.
Segun Agbaje: The award-winning CEO building a great African institution through digital transformation
When is a bank not a bank? That is a question Segun Agbaje, the multiple award-winning CEO and Managing Director of Nigeria’s Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) has been getting to grips with as he forges a new path for banking in Africa.
In retrospect, we look back at the 2019 election, with special focus on some of the business executives who ventured into politics by running for various elective positions.
Today is International Women’s day, a global, annual event specially dedicated to celebrate women and their many accomplishments.
Fidson Healthcare Plc held a breakfast meeting with shareholders to provide details of a N3 billion rights issue. Nairametrics had an exclusive interview with the Founder/Managing...
Last week, we brought you the first part of a list of some Chief Executive Officers of NSE-listed companies that may end up declaring losses for full-year 2018.
It is the dream of every shareholder to earn dividends at the end of every financial year. In fact, the whole essence of investing is to earn returns on investments.
Last week, the NSE announced that 18 companies are free float deficient and for that reason, have been classified as "below listing standard".
Forbes Magazine has published its 2018 list of Africa's richest billionaires. And as always, the list is consisted of regular names.
The Nigerian business environment witnessed a lot of events in 2018. As always, major deals were signed; some of which facilitated growth and others, not so much.
Herbert Wigwe, in an interview with Peace Hyde on My Worst Day, touches on a wide variety of issues.
A typical example of such stocks is Nestle Nigeria Foods Plc, which yesterday ended trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange at N1,485. The company's CEO is Mauricio Alarcon.
It’s been six years since Mr Albert Chukwuemeka Emuwa was appointed the Group Chief Executive Officer of Union Bank Plc.
Nollywood producer Biola Alabi may be working on Nigeria's first movie on the capital market. She disclosed this in an interview with Nairametrics on the sidelines of the just concluded 2018 ASEA conference.
The world's oldest billionaire is 100-year old Chang Yun Chung. He is a shipping magnate who lives a private life and keeps away from the press.
Akin Alabi shares Nairabet office pictures to motivate Nigerian youths
Across the African continent, there are several stories of successful business tycoons. Some had strong financial boosts from their already wealthy families, while for others,