Nairametrics Interview – Driving EdTech Solutions for Professionals Post-Covid in Nigeria
According to research, soft skill-intensive occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs by 2030. It is estimated that between 400 million and 800 million individuals could be displaced by automation and would need to find new jobs.
Workers of the future will spend more time on activities that machines are less capable of, such as managing people effectively, applying emotional intelligence, and communicating with others as opposed to physical activities, collecting, and processing data, where machines would exceed human performance.
Interview with Nairametrics – How a luxury expert turned capacity builder is narrowing the gender skills gap on 01 September 2020
For many years, employers have been frustrated about the skills mismatch exhibited by fresh university graduates versus the skills required in the workplace. Many students have the technical skills but not the professionalism required to be strong effective players in the corporate world. An impact consulting company committed to the transformation of enterprises and professionals is determined to provide a solution to this problem.
Article by Thunderbird School of Global Management – That’s Rich: How Gbemi Abudu’s Goal of Living a Fulfilled Life Can Help Transform Markets and Nations in Africa
Abudu is the founder and managing partner of BMGA (Brand Manager Gbemi Abudu) Enterprise Limited, a venture she started nearly a year ago after spending most of her professional career as a custodian of brands. She has held marketing positions at Walt Disney Company, Louis Vuitton in North America, Polo Limited in West Africa, and ANAP Business Jets Limited based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Article by the Luxury Network – Rare Dahlia, the exclusive perfumery in Abuja, unveils sensational new campaign – scripted, creative directed, and produced by BMGA
The “I am Every Woman” campaign was created to celebrate the versatility of women, and the men in their lives who support them, as they take up space and contribute to the development of society.
Rare Dahlia believes in a world where women contribute to the social and economic development of their societies, with men as allies and partners in attaining the higher prosperity of the advancement of the world. The brand makes provision to cater to the fragrance needs of men and women, which enables them to feel good and confident while playing their respective roles.