We review the book -Move Up: Why Some Cultures Advance while Others Don’t- by Clotaire Rapaille and Andrés Roemer.
Author: Inyang Effiong (Page 3 of 4)
- Provide signs on the road
The RoadWorthiness Paper Scam
Every vehicle on the road in Nigeria now carries one extra piece of paper.
Green background, with official looking logos and writing you can not read. You have to renew it every year or 6 months. It is one more thing for the police officers to check on the road.
And Road Safety officers.
And Vehicle Inspection officers.
And Operation Safer Highway officers.
And Anti Crime Patrol officers.
And Federal SARS.
And plains clothes officers.
And Customs officers.
And even local government touts.
Paul Foh, Author, Lifestyle Coach, Consultant
Starting from a 5$ a day business to consulting for multi nationals across Africa, Paul shares what it takes to start your brand, develop it and improve it
Questions answered in this episode..
What is a brand?
How do we develop our personal or company brand?
And how do we improve the brand and make it the best in class?
Mrs. Beauty Kumesine talks about her centre’s work on identifying and managing children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other learning disabilities. She only speaks on whey she is an advocate for children with disabilities, the path to inclusion for children with ASD and what her centre is working on.
From Idea to Product, Jide Ipaye shares how he started the KEEXS.com sneaker brand from the frustration of not finding suitable shoes for himself. Join us as we follow Jide on his journey from a personal problem to the creation of a business and upcoming iconic brand
Ladi Soetan of SijiSoetan and Associates talks about keeping fit with cycling (and running), cycling in Lagos and how a cycling club helps people have a structure to their cycling and workouts while keeping up with their busy schedules!