On the 20th of July NNC was hosted by XclusivEventzz for our first Summer Networking Evening in the city of London. With good music, food and drinks, new connections, and possibly new friendships, were formed. We appreciate everyone who came out for the evening. Keep an eye out for the next!
Image credit: World Summit Awards The World Summit Awards (WSA) Young Innovators is a special recognition for young social entrepreneurs under 30 years of age, using ICTs to take action on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). Together with the WSA winners of each year, they are honored as outstanding digital innovation Read more about Word Summit Awards Young Innovators 2017[…]
Oluwatobi Sogbanmu is a Global Operations Analyst and Director at Afriq Okin; an app that gives access to tailors, designers and accessory designers. Please tell us about yourself My name is Oluwatobi Sogbanmu, I studied Biomedical Science at University and also did a Masters in Clinical Drug Development. I am currently the Managing Director Read more about Oluwatobi Sogbanmu is Using Technology to Provide Access to African Fashion[…]
OVERVIEW The Thomson Foundation Young Journalist Award, in partnership with the UK Press Foreign Association, is dedicated to finding ambitious young journalists from across the globe. Judges of the award look for stories that are revelatory, prompt public debate and have led to, or have the potential to leave to, positive change in society. Read more about Thomson Foundation Young Journalist Award 2017[…]
Nigerians across the globe are generally known to keep “African/ Nigerian time” especially in social events/gatherings. In the West, this is known as CPT- colored people time, as this often pertains to several other ethnic cultures. I’m guilty of keeping Nigerian time sometimes; intentionally and unintentionally. However, I often wonder, for Nigerians in the Read more about Time Management in the Work-place and Nigerians in the Diaspora[…]