Contrary to the phobia for the wholesale consumption of cassava leaf due to its cyanide contents, a Nutritional Biochemist has exposed the nutritional values and commercialization benefits of the hitherto wasted products.
The Digital Bridge Institute (DBI), facilitator of the just ended 2nd Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institution (ADAPTI) training at Covenant University, has expressed its desire to deepen its relationship with the University.
An expert in the business of brand management, Mr. Dominic Orimogunje, has posited that branding can only work well in a recessed economy if an organisation can keep reviewing its brand positioning in order to confer desired values on consumers.
With the changing times in the print journalism profession and the prediction that journalists and editors’ jobs are among the top six jobs facing extinction by 2030, it is imperative that upcoming print journalists develop new set of skills that will help them in the newspaper industry that is changing, with readers being the main change agents.
The success of advertising professionals in the digital age will require depth of strategy, insightful copywriting skill, acquisition of good understanding of data-science, mass personalization of messages, storytelling and experiences that births conversation with consumers.
Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, maintains its pride of place as the overall Best Private University in Nigeria, courtesy of its position in the latest edition of Ranking Web of Universities, also known as Webometrics Ranking.
The future of the accounting profession belongs to professionals willing to depart from the traditional practice and develop new skill set, representatives of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) have asserted.
Transcorp Power, a subsidiary of the Transcorp Group business conglomerate, has expressed its desire to partner with Covenant University with a view to exploring solar energy generation and utilization in Nigeria.
A good road infrastructure powers the national economy and the technical structures that support a society, a project management expert Engr. Funsho Elulade has stated.
The dimension of technological innovation, especially telecommunications, in commercial banking, portrays the internal structure of banks as being determined by a combination of changes in banks’ external environment and advances in information technology.