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Luxury Maison expands its footprint in West Africa

Montblanc, the leading global Maison for luxury business lifestyle, has opened its first standalone boutique in Nigeria, together with longstanding partner Polo Luxury. Located in The Palms Shopping Mall, Lekki, Lagos – Nigeria’s premier lifestyle and shopping destination, the boutique offers an immersive retail experience with dedicated areas for watches, writing instruments, leather goods, accessories […]

NIGERIA: Lagos port congestion

Nigeria, which has the largest population in Africa, depends heavily on imported goods, and its major port is struggling to keep up with demand. Transporting goods from the port to the mainland and other parts of the country can cost more than importing the goods. The congestion at the port in Lagos has become so […]

WHEN IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE

OLD AND NEW GLORIES     Maximum load, wherever you are working       Sturdiness and reliability, but also driveability and easy maintenance to be always ready to face any distance, on any type of terrain and climatic condition.         The HHD9 rigid version takes robustness and versatility levels to the […]

Big Africa

In our experience, the instinct of most businesspeople is to underestimate Africa’s size and potential as a market and overestimate the challenges of doing business there.       Romano Pisciotti teaches at the Rome Business School in Lagos

IVECO – NIGERIA

        Motor Parts Industry Limited, popularly known as MPI is a private limited liability company by shares established in July 1965 with Nigerian and Italian shareholders. The late but illustrious and distinguished Nigerian Industrialist and Philantrophist – Sir Mobolaji Bank Anthony was the pioneer Chairman of the company until his call to […]

URBAN CONSUMER

  The rise of the African urban consumer       Africa’s long-term growth will increasingly reflect interrelated social and demographic changes creating new domestic engines of growth. Key among these will be urbanization, an expanding labor force, and the rise of the middle-class African consumer. In 1980, just 28 percent of Africans lived in […]

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