The blockchain technology, in simple terms can be reffered to as the “The future checking on the present.” BLOCKCHAIN CENTRE has put together a conference which serves as a host for the visitor (BLOCKCHAIN TEHNOLOGY) with the theme “UNDERSTANDING BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY, ASSETS AND MAXIMIZING CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY” FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
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“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” – Albert Einstein Continuous learning and development is important. It is the decision that defines who you become, what goals you are willing to set and overall what you achieve. We make both life changing and everyday decisions based off what we know, have learnt and have experienced. However, it is not until we have made major irrecoverable mistakes that we look back and wish we knew better or were able to leverage opportunities we took for granted as well as learnt what we needed to be different in...
Ibadan Business School RC: 972642; a Business Education Institution set up to primarily address the capacity needs of Public Governance Business, Private Sectors such as Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises and individual members of the populace. The school is licensed by the Nigerian Council for Management Development (NCMD) – the statutory body saddled with the responsibility of regulating the standards of Training and Development Institutions in Nigeria. Given the advancement of technology for development across the globe, our Programmes are electronic-based(e-learning) including the use of mobile technology (smart phones). Read More FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Chief Mrs Mojisola Ladipo is a former registrar, University of Ibadan, former visiting registrar, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) and former registrar, Veritas University, Abuja. She is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Ibadan Business School. She speaks with EMMANUEL ADENIYI on the newly established school, Nigeria’s business environment and why government needs to develop infrastructure to grow the economy. Read More FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Culled From The Nation Professor Oladapo Afolabi, one-time Head of Service of the Federation, is the Chairman, Board of Advisors of the newly-established Ibadan Business School (IBS). He spoke with reporters recently on the vision and character of the school What is the vision of IBS? The IBS is out to focus on development needs of public sector being the drivers of the economy in the developing world and address the capacity needs of micro, small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs who represent the agents of sustainable growth in any economy. Read More FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email