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Wild Fusion has been named one of the top digital agencies in the world

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Wild Fusion has been named one of the top digital, creative and marketing agencies in the world by Clutch, the leading B2B rating and review platform.

 

The new report by Clutch highlights the top-performing creative and digital agencies in 14 industries across several countries. The industries are automotive, business services, dental, e-commerce, education, financial services, financial technology, healthcare, hospitality, legal, nonprofit, real estate, and retail.

Nigerian digital marketing agency, Wild Fusion has been named one of the top creative and marketing agencies in the world across 14 industries, according to Clutch, a global rating platform.

About the award, Abasiama Idaresit, CEO, Wild Fusion , said, “We are honoured to be featured on this elite list of world-class agencies. We continue to lead through digital innovation and our expertise in social and digital marketing. This further proves that we are on the right path of prosperity for Nigeria and Africa.”

Click here to read more: Africa’s Wild Fusion Named Top Non-Profit SEO Company by Clutch

 

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Interesting facts about Nestoil Group and EPCC services in Nigeria 

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Nestoil is Nigeria’s largest indigenous Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) Company in the Oil and Gas sector. Nestoil group is divided into 4 categories:

 

  • Nestoil
  • IMPAC Engineering
  • B&Q Dredging
  • Energy Works Technology (EWT)
  • Hammakopp Consortium

 

Nestoil

Nestoil was incorporated in 1991. Nestoil is Nigeria’s largest indigenous Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC), Oil and Gas Engineering Company

 

IMPAC Engineering

 

IMPAC Engineering  has over 18 years of experience offering a broad range of engineering services and consultancy services, which include, but not limited to: feasibility studies; concept/basic design; Front End Engineering Design (FEED); Detailed Engineering Design (DED) and project and construction management in the energy industry.

 

B&Q Dredging

B & Q Dredging is an indigenous dredging company incorporated in 2005.They provide specialized engineering services in the following areas: Dredging, Flood and Erosion Control, Shore Protection and Consolidation, Sand filling of road embankments, River Crossing, Sweeping of Wellheads Slots and Access Channels

Energy Works Technology (EWT)

 

Energy Works Technology (EWT) is a private company incorporated in Nigeria in 1999. EWT’s capabilities include a full range of fabrication services for certified process packages and steel structures. Energy Works Technology (EWT) is a leading process Equipment Manufacturer, Steel Fabricator and Oil & Gas EPCI (Engineering Procurement Construction and Installation) service provider in Nigeria & West Africa.

 

Hammakopp Consortium

Hammakopp Consortium was incorporated in 1999 and are experts in developing projects.  They are experts in developing projects from the pre-feasibility phase through conceptual design and FEED studies, detailed design, procurement, construction and project management and implementation.It is one-stop-shop for Civil Construction, Maintenance & Fabrication, Environmental & Sewage treatment and other services in Nigeria.

 

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Top 5 fastest African Growing Companies

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Wild Fusion

Wild Fusion is credited with kickstarting Nigeria’s Digital Marketing revolution. Established by Abasiama Idaresit, a Nigerian digital marketing showcasing business visionary and evangelist, Wild Fusion was one of the most punctual completely coordinated digital advertising organizations in sub-Saharan Africa. Wild Fusion, which was established with no outside venture, broadly helped a Nigerian independent company develop its incomes from $1,000 to $100,000 in a few months with imaginative Internet advertising. The organization administrations customers like Visa V +0%, Samsung, Vodafone VOD +0%, Pepsi and Unilever in Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. Wild Fusion gains imaginative focuses for presenting and advancing digital advertising in Africa and for cand for disrupting traditional marketing across the continent. Numerous Nigerian and African organizations presently devote a greater amount of their spending limit to digital marketing.

TaxTim

Taxtim is a South African online virtual duty partner and assessment arrangement administration that enables you to finish expense forms rapidly and effectively without counseling with a physical duty expert. Tim, the virtual assessment colleague, asks clients basic, plain language questions, and dependent on the appropriate responses, Tim rounds out your arrival accurately, for a most extreme expense discount. Documenting government forms in South Africa can be a long and tiring procedure. TaxTim, with its computerized help gives an advantageous answer for citizens for a yearly expense of $20. Marc Sevitz, a certified Chartered Accountant and charge expert, and Evan Robinson, a designer and programming engineer in 2011, established TaxTim.

Rasello

Rasello, founded by Tanzanian software entrepreneur Natalino Mwenda, is a cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool that lets business owners interact and manage customer records, automate customer retention and communication. 
You add your clients; Rasello automatically identifies customers who need birthday reminders, loyalty programs, service cycle renewals, etc. 

The software can be used via devices such as PCs, tablets, and smartphone

Triggerfish

Triggerfish is Africa’s biggest Computer Generated (CG) movement organization. It was established in 1996 as a boutique stop-outline activity studio and begun by creating TV plugs for South African organizations. In 2001, the organization created liveliness for the principal season of Takalani Sesame Street, the South African rendition of kids’ TV show Sesame Street. Triggerfish has likewise created activity for the U.S Sesame Street. A year ago, the Cape Town-based liveliness studio created its first element film, Adventures of Zambezia, a motion picture that recounts to the tale of a youthful, gullible yet rich hawk who leaves the barren desert where he lives with his dad in quest for activity and experience in the renowned feathered creature city of Zambezia. The motion picture was screened in any event 25 unique nations and pulled in over $22.1 million, as indicated by film industry magic. Triggerfish wins inventive focuses for utilizing innovation to empower imagination in structure the best movement studio in Africa.

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A Look at the Essence of a Good Credit System in Nigeria

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A Look at the Essence of a Good Credit System in Nigeria

In Nigeria, the banking sector drives the economic system, the sector dominates the Nigerian financial system as it accounts for about 90% of the whole assets within the system. We want to look at credit management within the industry and economic growth in Nigeria.

For the economy to leapfrog, Nigerian banks should support businesses and Individuals with the desired credit. Fintech’s have taken over this space for millennials to easily source loans for personal use and this has improved the lives of individuals. Gone are the days that in obtaining a loan, no matter how small, one had to submit all the documents of one’s house to the bank. 

Many fathers, during this manner, lost their landed properties as a result of an unsuccessful business. The use of landed property makes lending restrictive as women, small business owners and entrepreneurs are mostly excluded from the credit worthy crowd. These set of people who are most critical to the growth and development of the economy will not get the funding that they need because they do not have the required collateral – land

Only two percent of Nigerians have access to credit facilities, financial institutions in Nigeria provide less than 10 percent of its credit facilities to consumers and MSMEs compared to other emerging economies. Nigeria is an entrepreneurial economy with an estimated 37 million micro, small and medium size companies (MSME) contributing over 48% to the GDP, employing over 60 million Nigerians and contributing over 7% to exports according to the National Bureau of Statistics. In an era where diversification has become a much talked about topic, it will be foolhardy if we, as a country fail to act on the potentials of the impact of MSMEs to the economy, rather than just talking about it.

It is general knowledge that our MSMEs are plagued with a lot of challenges, a number of that are also tied to the general characteristics of the business environment in Nigeria: multiple taxation systems, unstable government policies, management issues, high cost of doing business, difficulties in accessing credit, and so on.

CBN should utilize Credit Scoring to strengthen the banking sector for improved credit flow, alongside character and financial statement of the borrower ought to be assessed properly to scale back non performing loan and CBN should lower its rediscount rate to enable bank fix low rate thereby enhancing the expansion of the economy. These permits borrowers to prove their trustworthiness and potential lenders to assess their ranking priority in potential claims against particular collaterals. The key objective of the stored cloud data is to push the acceptance of movable assets as collateral for loans and contribute to economic growth and development of the country.

Lending is one of the major functions of bank though most risky any bank that wants to remain in business must lend. There exists a relationship between loan and advances and economic growth and a negative relationship between interest rate, non performing loan and economic growth

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