Bringing Innovative HR, Diversity and Inclusion to a Global Workforce
About Us | Subscribe
Contact Us |
Investors Have to Weigh the Risks Carefully
Twice the size of California, the Federal Republic of Nigeria sits on the western coast of Africa. Its coast marks the link between upper and lower Africa. The country shares borders with Benin to the west, Chad and Cameroon to the east, and Niger to the north. An English speaking country, Nigeria’s population has tripled over the last 50 years, and it is now the world’s seventh most populous nation with 167 million people calling it home.
It’s a home with a tumultuous legacy, to say the least. Since gaining independence from England in 1960, the country has faced brutal civil war, violent military coups, and persistent sectarian violence among its many tribal groups. Uprisings and upheaval have been the order of the day, even as the nation has earned honors as one of the “Next Eleven,” a group of emerging economies set to dominate the 21st century. Still, with the installation of Goodluck Jonathan as president in 2010, Nigeria is settling down and hoping that its new stability will encourage large and small investors to take advantage of its potential.
Newly Stabilized Opportunities
The center point of Nigeria’s opportunities for potential minority and women-owned business investors lie in serving the booming population and efficiently developing resources. Despite being an oil and mineral rich nation,...
Three cultural groups on October 24, 2011 received cheques from the Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism toward
Investment and Commerce, Hon. Dr.Christopher Tufton, has said that local exporters
Belize Minister of Public Security and Policing the Hon. Douglas Singh has placed his country’s stamp of approval on the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)...
Saturday, at the Annual Independence State Banquet, the country appointed its latest Tourism Ambassador, actress Anna Maria Horsford,...
A culture of innovation is only possible if people are empowered to contribute ideas.
Despite the lengthy discussions in corporate board rooms on managing change,.....
Do as I do, and not as I say,” is a popular expression that comes to mind when beginning a discussion on business ethics.
Not long ago Human Resources (HR) was considered a paper-pushing department tasked with unpleasant chores like telling payroll...
© DiversityGlobal Magazine. All rights reserved. |
Terms & Conditions