SpotOn Africa Blog

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#SpotOn With Jide Alade

We are pleased to have an incisive and eccentric brand and marketing specialist in this edition of #SpotOn as  he delivers highly intuitive and enlightening nuggets that has sure been helpful in given his...

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Focus On Your Strength

Stevie wonder once made a deeply profound and very powerful statement which was that “Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he lacks vision”. Vision tends to be the...

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Apply: Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program 2017

The Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program (EIFP) provides hands-on service opportunities for global young business and development leaders at Africa’s leading profit and nonprofit firms. The program is designed to match financial capital invested in...

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Why Brilliant Ideas Fail!

Caught in a surreal and unusual atmosphere between heaven and earth. Streams of ideas begin to flow through your eyes, amazing ideas just too good to be true. The light bulb trips off and...

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From Factory Worker to KPMG #SpotOn

It is a mistake to think that moving fast is the same as actually going somewhere. ― Steve Goodier   In this November edition of #SpotOn, Femi Oke delivers profound insight into the role...

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APPLY: TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting 2017

TRACE is currently accepting submissions for the 2017 Prize for Investigative Reporting. The award recognizes reporting that uncovers business bribery with the goal of increasing commercial transparency. Nominees may be print, broadcast or online...

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PECADOMO: Innovation At Its Peak

FrieslandCampina Wamco’s most prized asset, Peak Milk is presently on an innovative pedestal to deepen and increase the consumption of its product amongst Nigerians. This has been made possible with the launch of its...

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MAKING MAGIC HAPPEN AT UBER! #SpotOn

We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change. – Sheryl Sandberg In this edition of #SpotOn, one of the very few Nigerian ladies...

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Our Voice Is In Our Hands

The internet and social media give youth an enormous opportunity to amplify their voices, writes Emmanuel Olutokun, 23, a Correspondent from Lagos in Nigeria, who looks at ways these remarkable tools have been used...