A Research institution, Nielsen Indonesia, has projected that sales of fast moving consumer goods during the Ramadan month and Eid Fitri will increase by a minimum of 10 percent, as against the same period last year. The consumption increase...
Timex Communications, an Abuja-based PR and communication agency, in association with the Federation of African Public Relations Associations (FAPRA) and the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), has scheduled a Global Communication Summit for February 24 – 26, 2008...
AT the send-forth party held in honour of the former Minister of Information and Communication, Mr. Frank Nweke (Jnr) late May 2007, two issues were raised as the high points of his tenure in office as minister. Overwhelmed with...
The Federal Government in a bid to ensure adequate and responsive service delivery to Nigerians, is set to launch an SMS based public enquiry, comment and polling service that will now make it possible for all Nigerians to participate...
WITH more than 58 institutions of higher learning offering journalism education in Nigeria, there is tendency to believe that recruitment of skilled personnel to service the vibrant media industry in the country will be an easy exercise. But this seems...
...Prepares for 2007 AGMThe Nigerian Institute of Public Relations has officially conducted an induction of five organizations as the first corporate inductees in the history of the chartered professional body in the country. Performing the induction, the President and...
...at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah UAE from 18th to 22nd May 2008The Management School London and TMS International Dubai are pleased to offer the Strategic Public Relations Master Class Programme to be held at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah from 18th to...
TELECOMMUNICATIONS giant, MTN Nigeria and Intercontinental Bank Plc, the new face of leadership, lead the league of partners to the first ever global communication summit on corruption in Africa organised by Timex Communications (Nig) Ltd. Scheduled for February 24...
The race to elect a new governing council for the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) has begun. The incumbent President of the Institute, Professor Ikechukwu Nwosu; former Vice-President of the Institute during Bobo Brown’s regime, Auwal...
There are indications that the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Information and Communications, may pay a total of N80 million to both the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON),...

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