BMGA Enterprise Limited (BMGA) has evolved into an EdTech finishing school for the next Information Revolution. We provide social and marketing intelligence that increases the productivity of people and organizations.

Research shows that soft skill-intensive occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs by 2030. With the rise of machine learning and artificial intelligence, soft skills will become the core of the rapidly impending shift because they are harder to replicate via automation and AI. This is why it is important that people are equipped with skills that are relevant for today and the future of work.

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In May 2020, we (BMGA Enterprise Limited) launched a social impact initiative targeted at young female university students and recent female graduates. Some of the institutions we worked with on the program are Yale University, University of Cambridge, University of Lagos (UNILAG), University of Ibadan (UI), Emotional Intelligence Skills Group, just to name a few. We created the BMGA Fellows Program out of the desire to address the problem of the skills mismatch that exists between employers’ requirements and university graduates’ display of skills in the workplace specifically with female university graduates.

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How can Nigerian brands take a stand in the fight against COVID-19?

The outbreak of COVID-19 is an unprecedented event that has impacted everybody around the world. An old adage says, “In a crisis, there is always the seed of opportunity”. As daunting and uncertain as the times are, this crisis presents an opportunity for many organizations to make a difference and define the way their brands will be viewed now and for the next decade.

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What is Culture?

At the end of every year (the past five years), I compile my reading list for the next year by reviewing Barack Obama’s reading list, Bill Gates’ reading list, and The New York Times Best Sellers list for the present year. I typically pick the common books in the lists and randomly select other books (mostly non-fiction) that pertain to topics that intrigue me.

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Are Our Children Allowed to Think?

I didn’t know that I had a knack for teaching until I started volunteering at an orphanage in April 2015. I realized very quickly that I looked forward to Saturday mornings because of teaching and learning from the kids in my classroom. Like any novice setting out into a new terrain, I researched and read a lot of books and articles on early childhood development and on effective teaching methodologies.

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