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Meet Michael Anyangbeso, Co-Founder Initial Contact Company: The Art of Speaking Right is their Forte

JCB: What is your name and the name of your company? My name is Michael Anyangbeso. Everyone calls me Mikky. I am from Edo state and a graduate of Philosophy. I am a broadcaster, writer and trainer. My passion for the media and speaking right led me to establish a consulting firm with five of my friends called Initial Contact. It is a unique company that is in business to help create value. We do Content Production (Radio and TV), we train on proper speech- Pronunciation, Enunciation, Diction and more, it also includes Brand Representation, Phone and Office Etiquette and general Entertainment Services.
JCB: How old are you now? I am 30 (Thirty) years old.
JCB: When did you start your business and what was your start-off capital? We started Initial Contact February 2015 with just twenty thousand naira.

Donald Trump, Kevin Bond, Ayo Makun, Shirley Eniang, Cobhams Asuquo, Ramin Mesgarlou, Lucy Ameh, Others Named Celebrity Business Inspirations for Nigerian CEOs

It's a great Saturday morning and we can reflect on our best inspirations. Today, I decided to explore the fact that a few celebrities world over didn't get to the top by sheer luck but by setting up systems that guaranteed their success. That also have inspired many entrepreneurs today and here we have 4 Nigerian CEOs and their celebrity inspirations. First is by Douglas Enogieru who is the CEO of Brainchild Motion company, according to him "I have a Celebrity Actor who inspire me a lot. Her Name is Lucy Ameh she inspired me in her role in "Breads on a Bald Head" directed by Filmmaker Ishaya Bako.

Then Nkechi, the CEO of Assa Box Abuja said her celebrity inspiration is Ramin Mesgarlou who built the first luxury designer Direct Sales Company, the Global Wealth Trade.
Our third personality is the CEO of

Are You A Wanna-Be Entrepreneur? - Ogbogu

Just last month, I got and read a copy of Forbes Magazine, the December 2015/January 2016 edition. And one article in it really made me to pause and think. I have been thinking ever since then.
It was a 2-page feature on Mohammed Dewji, the Group CEO of MeTL Group who was recently voted Forbes 2015 Person of The Year. Mohammed Dewji is a billionare, philanthropist, and serial

Samsung Galaxy S7: Everything Nigerian CEOs Need To Know

Nigerians love android phones and Samsung is one of their favourite brands. The company has constantly launched an upgrade of their Galaxy S series and as expected, they are soon to roll out the latest upgrades for the series: Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 Edge Plus variant for 2016 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 to be held in Barcelona come February.

The Incubators With Simeon Ononobi This Sunday: SM Learning Development

#TheIncubators - Happening This Sunday
We won't lie to you, the SM Learning Team has been working round the clock to ensure that #TheIncubators maintains a certain level of excellence that matches the quality of people and organizations we attract and work with and the value proposition we want to offer.

Poll: Jenny Chisom's Training Schedule and Priority Table 2016

Hello fam,
I have been busy finalising plans for the training programmes this year. I have amazing collaborations from companies like our own Logos Audibles, Modern Business Services and Solutions, and many more. On our timelines, we have quite a number of needs analysis and mode of helping the sectors and I need your contribution on some stuff!

Photos: Social Good Ng and Tech Start Ups at the Pop up Contest on Dec 12, 2015 in Abuja

These were pictures from the Pop up incubator contest where 6 tech startup businesses owners pitched their businesses to Swedish funders in the scrutiny of Social Good Ng and Partners. See HERE if you missed the December 2015 gist. Photos by Social Good Ng/ Chibuike Alagboso