Nigeria’s foremost information portal, Connect Nigeria, has added another feather to its cap, for the company’s ingrained commitment to the development of Nigeria and businesses within the country.
Barely a week ago, Connect Nigeria, was presented with the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, 2018 Media Partner of the Year
in recognition of the media company’s immense support of the NACC’s activities throughout the year.
The NACC President, Otunba Oluwatoyin Akomolafe, lauded Connect Nigeria, for being a huge source of support to the Chamber in 2018, stating that the special recognition award is just a token of the body’s gratitude.
Coincidentally, earlier on the same day of the NACC annual dance and awards, Connect Nigeria celebrated and issued a Certificate of Achievement award to 100 SMEs in Nigeria, via the Connect Nigeria Top 100 Emerging SMEs
campaign. The award, sponsored by Union Bank, is part of our commitment to empowering 1 million SMEs, who will in turn significantly transform Nigeria’s business eco-space in the near future.
From a total of 13,470 nominations from the general public, 100 businesses received the highest votes, and made our top -100 list. The winners deserved the limelight we brought to their doorsteps, and there’s yet more to come.
Setting the pace
In the 2018 business year, Connect Nigeria, experienced a significant boost in its activities, advancing the information hub for all things Nigerian, to a whole new level. Of our many achievements in the year, Connect Nigeria Television (CNTV), has screened over 465 edutainment videos content, which has received a huge number of interactions over time.
Our editorial section publishes an average of 240 informative articles monthly, which revolve around entertainment, sports, travel and tourism, tech, and useful information about Nigeria and its people. We have approximately 155,000 unique monthly views.
As the year comes to a gradual end, we look forward to the new business year, with an expectation to hugely surpass our monumental feats in 2018.
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This article was first published on 20th December 2018