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BHM Restructures for Industry Leadership, Announces New Board Members and Business Heads

       Femi Falodun                                         Moruff Adenekan BHM today announced the appointment of two new Executive Directors, Femi Falodun and Moruff Adenekan to its Board of Directors. The new board was strategically constituted in line

BHM Announces Appointment of General Manager/COO

  Lagos-based Reputation Management and Marketing Communications company, BHM has announced the appointment of Mr. Moruff Adenekan as its General Manager/Chief Operating Officer.   Before his new appointment which takes effect August 1, 2017, Adenekan was the Head of Operations at C&F Porter Novelli Lagos, the affiliated agency of the London based global PR/Reputation firm –Porter

Thinking of building a career in Public Relations? Here are the 14 most important skills in PR

The 2016 PR report cites talent as the industry’s single biggest challenge. Even though traditional expertise is prioritized over newer skills, it is strongly believed that the ability to attract and retain talent impedes on the overall growth of the PR industry. Surprisingly, coding and development — which some believe will be a very necessary

Nigeria PR Industry: 13 Quick Insights From The Nigeria PR Report 2016

Compared to the United States, Nigeria’s PR industry is still evolving. It has a long way to go before it can achieve as much clout and significance as its sister industry in the developed world but early signs are showing that the industry is on the right track. According to the Nigeria PR Report 2016,

Second Edition of Nigeria PR Report to Reveal Average PR Spend, Top Campaigns of 2016, Skills for Entry and More

Public Relations firm, BHM is set to release the second edition of Nigeria PR Report – a compilation of research study that reveals facts and figures about Nigeria’s PR industry within the year 2016. The report, which was carried out by BHM’s research and intelligence division in collaboration with Brentt Consulting, focuses more on insights

Lagos Digital PR Summit Will Deepen Communicators’ Skill-Set in New Media

Lagos State Chapter, the flagship branch of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) is working to achieve collective intelligence to equip and capacitate communicators in corporate and public affairs including bloggers with high-level digital media strategies, tactics and how-to’s so they can do their jobs better and lift their social media campaign results at

Nigerian Breweries launches “Go Places”, a unique global talent campaign

Nigeria’s pioneer and largest brewer, Nigerian Breweries Plc., has kicked off the Heineken global talent campaign, GO PLACES in Nigeria. The official announcement event held today October 17, 2016 at the company’s Abebe Village, Iganmu headquarters in Lagos. GO PLACES takes the unique form of an interactive visual storytelling game and engaging video interview, which models the

Newsroom, Thenetng, Zikoko and TechCabal are having a ‘digital breakfast’ in Lagos

Titled ‘NEXXT’, the event is expected to showcase tools and trends relevant to the market as of today, while demonstrating specific strategies the platforms have used to connect brands with audiences in recent times. “It’s the first of many events to come”, says Seyi Taylor of Big Cabal Media, who first came up with the

A Week Of Arrests, Scandals, And Other PR Problems…

So you’ve heard all the drama surrounding the President’s cancelled visit to Ogoni land. You’ve read the dirty details of the fight involving Skales, his manager and Baseline Records. You’ve seen the twists and turns in the case of Runtown and Eric Manny Entertainment. These are just some of the events presenting an opportunity for us to solve PR

How 12 Million People in 12 Countries Discussed How Entertainment Can Save Nigeria's Economy in 12 Hours

How 12 Million People in 12 Countries Discussed How Entertainment Can Save Nigeria’s Economy in 12 Hours

On April 20, 2016, Nigerians came together for the fourth edition of the Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NECLive 4) to discuss how entertainment can rebuild Nigeria’s wavering economy. #NECLive4 featured an interesting line-up of professionals not only from the entertainment industry but from all works of life to serve as panelists and moderators who gave insights from the business