The all new Galaxy S8 and S8+, has been launched into the Nigerian market by Samsung Electronics. The Nigerian launch event recently took place at the Renaissance Hotel, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos.
African Business magazine in partnership with Brand Africa, Brand Finance, GeoPoll and Kantar TNS has released the results of the Top 100 brands in Africa.
Despite the best intentions of major businesses, too many corporate social responsibility projects do not always deliver the expected outcomes intended.
Samsung Electronics West Africa opened a Smart School for Teachers in Nigeria at Model Primary School, Elekahia in Rivers State.
Samsung Electronics has launched its new interactive whiteboard solution in Nigeria with the aim of helping to enhance the learning and productivity in all kinds of institutions.
Located in Opebi, the new service centre, according to the company, provides customers with instant access to service, repairs and enquiries on Samsung’s full range of audio-visual, mobile and computing devices in a standalone location.
Following the successful launch and operations of its first Engineering Academy in Lagos, where Nigerians are trained on technical skills acquisition, Samsung Electronics West Africa has launched its second Engineering Academy in Ado-Ekiti.
Samsung Nigeria was conferred the Best Company in Youth Focused CSR at the recently concluded (SERAS) Nigeria CSR Awards 2015.
Smile Communications Nigeria, in partnership with Samsung Electronics West Africa, has launched a LTE voice over broadband service in the country.
Truppr, a social tool that helps participants stay fit through various sporting events has announced a partnership with Samsung Nigeria to launch the Fit Goal Challenge.