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Brand Voice Is Important- When Your Customers Are Talking, Listen!

Brand Voice Is Important- When Your Customers Are Talking, Listen!

We’ve all heard that writing according to the company style guide is good for customers because it creates brand voice consistency. But does that still apply when customers are looking for help? When it comes to self-service, the brand voice can often be tone deaf. It may be time to trade in the traditional brand […]

Top Affordable Nigerian Online Stores

Top Affordable Nigerian Online Stores

For the past few weeks, the topic has been how we can maximise little to get plenty without undermining quality. Finding stores within one’s pay grade might prove a herculean task if one doesn’t earn so much. There are however many stores that sell affordable clothing. It’s the digital age and most of these stores […]

Prime Minister Majaliwa Urges Men In Mara To Stop Violence Against Women, Children

Prime Minister Majaliwa Urges Men In Mara To Stop Violence Against Women, Children

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has counseled men in Tarime District, Mara Region, to avoid committing violence against women and children and stop cultivating bhang. According to a statement issued on Thursday, January 18, by the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Majaliwa issued the advice on Wednesday while addressing residents at a public meeting held at the […]

UK Attacks Loneliness And Mental Health, Appoints Minister For Loneliness

UK Attacks Loneliness And Mental Health, Appoints Minister For Loneliness

Britain has appointed its first ever minister for loneliness after research found that one in 10 people in the U.K. face isolation, a condition that can trigger a range of physical and mental health issues.  As Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tracey Crouch’s appointment on Wednesday, she called loneliness “the sad reality of modern life” for “far too […]

Herdsmen Injure 3 In Delta State

Herdsmen Injure 3 In Delta State

THREE persons were, yesterday, attacked by herdsmen at Ovwor community, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, while another lady was reportedly raped in what was described as reprisal attacks by the herdsmen. The attack is coming less than a month after a herdsman was killed while another was maimed during an alleged attack […]

Mother Of Millions Fights For Children Born In Prison

Mother Of Millions Fights For Children Born In Prison

MOTHER of Millions Foundation (MoMF) has asked the Government to revise or amend the Prison Act Cap 97 in order to enhance the protection and rights of circumstantial children under Section 56. The charitable organisation is of the view that if the Act is revised or amended, it will enhance access to education by circumstantial […]

Perform A Self Evaluation On Your Journey To Success

Perform A Self Evaluation On Your Journey To Success

I used to define happiness as the enjoyment of the pursuit of your potential. But, my ideas changed as I received more clarity on how exactly to reach your potential, happiness, purpose or fulfillment. I have found that it’s not only the enjoyment of the pursuit of your potential — but the consistent, and persistent, enjoyment of […]

The Founder Also Needs A Coach

The Founder Also Needs A Coach

When I took over Women 2.0 in August 2016, the company had been around for 10 years, but we were straight back to startup mode, with a slim team to start (two people!) and an almost completely new business model. We had an intense focus on riding the fine line between revenues and mission that […]

President Sirleaf Receives Commendation From Association Of African Women

President Sirleaf Receives Commendation From Association Of African Women

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been commended by the Association of African under the auspices of the Angie Brooks International Center in collaboration with Governance Commission, sponsored by African Development Bank, African Women Development Fund, UN women, African Leadership Legacy Project, Felix Houphouet Boigny and Eminent Women of the Women Situation Room of Africa for […]

Carter Center Holds Mano River Union Traditional Women Peace Conference

Carter Center Holds Mano River Union Traditional Women Peace Conference

 Over 200 women from the Mano River countries have met in Nimba County for a 3-day conference aimed at preventing conflict and sustaining peace in the union. Chiefs, elders and women from Sierra Leone, Guinea, La Côte d’Ivoire and Liberia conference is supported by Carter Center, USAID and Sweden. The head of Liberia Crusaders of […]

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