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The German economy is coming back from the brink

mohamedfawzy posted the article • 0 comments • 28 views • 2019-11-27 19:21 • data from similar tags

Germany's Q3 GDP came in better than expected after showing limited growth in the euro zone's largest economy by 0.1% QoQ and 0.5% YoY, showing a consolidation in the economy after GDP growth slowed in the second quarter of this year, it was essentially -0.2%. The main reason for the markets was for the index to contract for two consecutive quarters to technically enter the recession, which did not happen.

 

Perhaps most important in the GDP details to note the following two main points:

First, the labour market has improved overall

The index reveals that the total number of employees in the German labour market reached 45.4 million. This represents an increase of 356,000 employees, or 0.8%, over the previous year. Which is puts the number of workers at the highest level since 1990. It is also remarkable that overall labour productivity improved substantially from the level of the previous year. After labour productivity rose 0.2%.

The improvement in the German labour market extended to the other hand, where total wages and salaries of employees increased by 4.3% compared to the third quarter of 2018, as well as net wages and salaries increased by 4.7% on average, and given the change in wages salaries per worker, we will note that wages and salaries per employee did not rise that much, only increased by 3.2% in growth and 3.6% in net terms. This softer wages and salaries increase per employee can be explained by the rise in the total number of employments, which grew by 1.0% compared to the same quarter a year ago. While household disposable income increased by 3.4%, it is almost the same as the rate of increase in household final consumer spending at current prices 3.5%.

Second, improved consumer spending saved the German economy from recession

Looking consumer spending at the quarterly comparison, it had a positive impact on the improvement in the GDP reading. Also, the fixed capital formation in the construction sector grew significantly from the previous quarter by (+ 1.2%). Fixed capital formation on R & D expenses also rose 1.0%. The growth of foreign trade has made a positive contribution to economic growth. Exports rose 1.0% in the second quarter of 2019, which saw a sharp decline in commodity exports. While the imports in the third quarter of 2019 remained almost in the previous quarter level.

 Information provided by ATFX (AE) Head of Market Research: Ramy Abouzaid
 
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Germany's Q3 GDP came in better than expected after showing limited growth in the euro zone's largest economy by 0.1% QoQ and 0.5% YoY, showing a consolidation in the economy after GDP growth slowed in the second quarter of this year, it was essentially -0.2%. The main reason for the markets was for the index to contract for two consecutive quarters to technically enter the recession, which did not happen.

 

Perhaps most important in the GDP details to note the following two main points:

First, the labour market has improved overall

The index reveals that the total number of employees in the German labour market reached 45.4 million. This represents an increase of 356,000 employees, or 0.8%, over the previous year. Which is puts the number of workers at the highest level since 1990. It is also remarkable that overall labour productivity improved substantially from the level of the previous year. After labour productivity rose 0.2%.

The improvement in the German labour market extended to the other hand, where total wages and salaries of employees increased by 4.3% compared to the third quarter of 2018, as well as net wages and salaries increased by 4.7% on average, and given the change in wages salaries per worker, we will note that wages and salaries per employee did not rise that much, only increased by 3.2% in growth and 3.6% in net terms. This softer wages and salaries increase per employee can be explained by the rise in the total number of employments, which grew by 1.0% compared to the same quarter a year ago. While household disposable income increased by 3.4%, it is almost the same as the rate of increase in household final consumer spending at current prices 3.5%.

Second, improved consumer spending saved the German economy from recession

Looking consumer spending at the quarterly comparison, it had a positive impact on the improvement in the GDP reading. Also, the fixed capital formation in the construction sector grew significantly from the previous quarter by (+ 1.2%). Fixed capital formation on R & D expenses also rose 1.0%. The growth of foreign trade has made a positive contribution to economic growth. Exports rose 1.0% in the second quarter of 2019, which saw a sharp decline in commodity exports. While the imports in the third quarter of 2019 remained almost in the previous quarter level.

 Information provided by ATFX (AE) Head of Market Research: Ramy Abouzaid
 
 
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Dreamlabs | Mobile App Development Company Abuja – Android & IOS

dreamlabsnig posted the article • 1 comments • 73 views • 2019-09-10 20:21 • data from similar tags

DreamLabs harnesses the power of technology to help organizations greatly improve employee productivity, make their processes more efficient, systems more powerful and customer experiences exceptional.

With deep technology and industry expertise, innovative financing mechanisms, we offer a full consultative based approach to identify the true needs of our clients and help build highly innovative and efficient solutions across the entire enterprise value chain. Our team leverages on proprietary proven agile methodologies in the management of our client projects and are able to deliver large project in functional incremental units at speed.

DreamLabs specializes in scalable, hybrid mobile app development for android, windows and iphones.
https://www.dreamlabs.com.ng/i ... ment/

Website : https://www.dreamlabs.com.ng/
Email : [email protected]
Telephone : +2349059555228 view all
DreamLabs harnesses the power of technology to help organizations greatly improve employee productivity, make their processes more efficient, systems more powerful and customer experiences exceptional.

With deep technology and industry expertise, innovative financing mechanisms, we offer a full consultative based approach to identify the true needs of our clients and help build highly innovative and efficient solutions across the entire enterprise value chain. Our team leverages on proprietary proven agile methodologies in the management of our client projects and are able to deliver large project in functional incremental units at speed.

DreamLabs specializes in scalable, hybrid mobile app development for android, windows and iphones.
https://www.dreamlabs.com.ng/i ... ment/

Website : https://www.dreamlabs.com.ng/
Email : [email protected]
Telephone : +2349059555228
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The best mobile development company in Tanzania

primeware posted the article • 0 comments • 105 views • 2019-01-31 01:29 • data from similar tags

As of the past month, the team at Primeware had a significant number of requests in developing different mobile applications. As much as we love to craft apps from ideation to an actual tangible product, we noticed a similar pattern in majority of the requests.

The more we got to know what the project was about ( The scope, budget, Operational Milestones, Architect Milestones ). We came to realize that the majority of the request had the following theories attached on mobile applications :

“ This is just a one time thing. We build an app & once it’s done, we call it a day. “
“ Let’s just build it, the customers will come.”
“ Of course we expect a hard start & a bit failure at first but with time everything will be as smooth as butter. “

With the so theory, The ideal thought on failure rate while executing the app would be:

However, the actual projections are:

See, with time we will need to introduce changes on the app to either integrate a new technology, fix bugs, introduce new features or simply and most crucial : listen to what the market is requesting. (Think of the evolution of WhatsApp, from basing on multimedia & text only. To allowing voice & video calls, 24 hours media status update, sending documents and other in-app features)

A quick statistics on the world of apps, there are over :

2.8Million apps in the Google play Store
2.2Million in Apple Store
650K+ in Windows store
230K+in Blackberry Store.

What we look at is for the app to not fall in as another statistic. We wouldn’t want you to drain your money for no reason. The reason why it’s called an application, is simply to it that it should have an application into an end user’s way of life one way or the other. So as we converse on a high level, it’s keen to look at things like : Is there an actual crave, an actual need to building the app? How do we make one? Is this a critical move to your business? Is there an alternative approach to your solution? What’s the Opportunity cost?.

This helped some to re-evalute their app theory, strategy and execution before we develop and deploy, some decided we should execute an alternative approach before we develop the app.

However, we must admit that the talks have been really exciting to know that there’s a rise in number of people looking into the digital world & we are definitely looking forward for future talks. view all
As of the past month, the team at Primeware had a significant number of requests in developing different mobile applications. As much as we love to craft apps from ideation to an actual tangible product, we noticed a similar pattern in majority of the requests.

The more we got to know what the project was about ( The scope, budget, Operational Milestones, Architect Milestones ). We came to realize that the majority of the request had the following theories attached on mobile applications :

“ This is just a one time thing. We build an app & once it’s done, we call it a day. “
“ Let’s just build it, the customers will come.”
“ Of course we expect a hard start & a bit failure at first but with time everything will be as smooth as butter. “

With the so theory, The ideal thought on failure rate while executing the app would be:

However, the actual projections are:

See, with time we will need to introduce changes on the app to either integrate a new technology, fix bugs, introduce new features or simply and most crucial : listen to what the market is requesting. (Think of the evolution of WhatsApp, from basing on multimedia & text only. To allowing voice & video calls, 24 hours media status update, sending documents and other in-app features)

A quick statistics on the world of apps, there are over :

2.8Million apps in the Google play Store
2.2Million in Apple Store
650K+ in Windows store
230K+in Blackberry Store.

What we look at is for the app to not fall in as another statistic. We wouldn’t want you to drain your money for no reason. The reason why it’s called an application, is simply to it that it should have an application into an end user’s way of life one way or the other. So as we converse on a high level, it’s keen to look at things like : Is there an actual crave, an actual need to building the app? How do we make one? Is this a critical move to your business? Is there an alternative approach to your solution? What’s the Opportunity cost?.

This helped some to re-evalute their app theory, strategy and execution before we develop and deploy, some decided we should execute an alternative approach before we develop the app.

However, we must admit that the talks have been really exciting to know that there’s a rise in number of people looking into the digital world & we are definitely looking forward for future talks.
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Kamotho Maiyo & Mbatia Advocates (KM&M)|immigration lawyers in Nairobi

KM posted the article • 0 comments • 156 views • 2018-12-24 17:59 • data from similar tags

Office Phone: 020–2431316 020–2627664/842
Cell:0706-520274, 0706-520331
Email:[email protected]
Nairobi Office Address:George Padmore Ridge, George Padmore Road , First Floor,Off Argwings Kodhek Road and 
Marcus Garvey Road | near Yaya Centre, Kilimani  P.O. Box 70676-00400 | Nairobi, Kenya


Company Profile:
 
Kamotho Maiyo & Mbatia Advocates (KM&M) is a leading Kenyan law firm that was established in 1997. We have a competent and dedicated team that offers personalized professional services. Our team of trained and experienced staff provide innovative and cost-effective legal services. By combining flexibility with value-for-money, we serve individual clients, small and medium- sized firms, and are able to meet the more complex demands of larger corporate clients.

We have expertise in corporate, commercial, property and conveyancing law practice. We specialize in business law in diverse sectors including banks and financial institutions, media and telecommunications, mining and energy, property and the public sector.

Team Profiles:


LLB (HONS) -University of Nairobi, LLM-University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg; MBA-Edinburgh Business School (UK); Diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law); Certified Public Secretary (CPS); Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public. Certificate-in Media & Intellectual Property Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

 Jane is the Managing Partner at Kamotho Maiyo & Mbatia Advocates .She has over 20 years’ experience as a corporate commercial lawyer cutting across all sectors including, Banking and Finance, Media, Telecommunications and Mining. Other areas of her general practice include Public Sector Advisory, Property and Conveyancing, and Corporate Governance.

 Jane has also worked for the Public Sector in South Africa as Company Secretary and legal counsel for the largest broadcaster in Africa and for a major state owned mining company. Jane also consulted for the South Africa Public sector.
 
Her Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya, Institute of directors-Kenya, Institute of Certified Public Secretaries and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the Compliance Institute of South Africa.Jane is a non- executive director of AMREF Flying Doctors
 
 

 
LL.B (Hons), University of Nairobi, LLM University of Nairobi, Diploma in Law -Kenya School of Law, Certified Public Secretary (CPS), Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public.

Kamotho Waiganjo, a Senior Partner of our Firm is a constitutional lawyer and was most recently renowned from his tenure as a Commissioner at the Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution (CIOC), where he was the Chair of the Public Finance Committee and also Co – Convened Devolution Committee. He is also as a newspaper columnist who writes on various topical issues. He is also a renowned commercial and conveyancing lawyer with over 20 years’ experience in private practice.
 
His other areas of expertise include Pubic Law and Procurement, Alternative Dispute Resolution and International Trade Law. As a Senior Conveyancing lawyer he was the Convener of the Law Society's Conveyancing and Property Law Committee for several years. He was also a long serving member of the Council of the Law Society and is a Chartered Arbitrator.

 His Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya, Institute of Certified Public Secretaries and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
 
 
 

 
LL.B (Hons)- University of Nairobi, Diploma in Law- Kenya School of Law, Certified Public Secretary (CPS), Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public, Certified Company Secretary.MBA ( Strategic Management) Strathmore Business School – Nairobi.

 Andrew has been a Partner of KM&M since 2004. He has been in practice for 16 years and possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in Commercial Law, Conveyancing and Litigation. He is renowned for excellent commercial litigation skills. His other areas of expertise include dispute resolution and mediation. Prior to joining the Firm, Andrew worked for several law firms in Nairobi.

His Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya and the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya view all
Office Phone: 020–2431316 020–2627664/842
Cell:0706-520274, 0706-520331
Email:[email protected]
Nairobi Office Address:George Padmore Ridge, George Padmore Road , First Floor,Off Argwings Kodhek Road and 
Marcus Garvey Road | near Yaya Centre, Kilimani  P.O. Box 70676-00400 | Nairobi, Kenya


Company Profile:
 
Kamotho Maiyo & Mbatia Advocates (KM&M) is a leading Kenyan law firm that was established in 1997. We have a competent and dedicated team that offers personalized professional services. Our team of trained and experienced staff provide innovative and cost-effective legal services. By combining flexibility with value-for-money, we serve individual clients, small and medium- sized firms, and are able to meet the more complex demands of larger corporate clients.

We have expertise in corporate, commercial, property and conveyancing law practice. We specialize in business law in diverse sectors including banks and financial institutions, media and telecommunications, mining and energy, property and the public sector.

Team Profiles:


LLB (HONS) -University of Nairobi, LLM-University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg; MBA-Edinburgh Business School (UK); Diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law); Certified Public Secretary (CPS); Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public. Certificate-in Media & Intellectual Property Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

 Jane is the Managing Partner at Kamotho Maiyo & Mbatia Advocates .She has over 20 years’ experience as a corporate commercial lawyer cutting across all sectors including, Banking and Finance, Media, Telecommunications and Mining. Other areas of her general practice include Public Sector Advisory, Property and Conveyancing, and Corporate Governance.

 Jane has also worked for the Public Sector in South Africa as Company Secretary and legal counsel for the largest broadcaster in Africa and for a major state owned mining company. Jane also consulted for the South Africa Public sector.
 
Her Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya, Institute of directors-Kenya, Institute of Certified Public Secretaries and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the Compliance Institute of South Africa.Jane is a non- executive director of AMREF Flying Doctors
 
 

 
LL.B (Hons), University of Nairobi, LLM University of Nairobi, Diploma in Law -Kenya School of Law, Certified Public Secretary (CPS), Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public.

Kamotho Waiganjo, a Senior Partner of our Firm is a constitutional lawyer and was most recently renowned from his tenure as a Commissioner at the Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution (CIOC), where he was the Chair of the Public Finance Committee and also Co – Convened Devolution Committee. He is also as a newspaper columnist who writes on various topical issues. He is also a renowned commercial and conveyancing lawyer with over 20 years’ experience in private practice.
 
His other areas of expertise include Pubic Law and Procurement, Alternative Dispute Resolution and International Trade Law. As a Senior Conveyancing lawyer he was the Convener of the Law Society's Conveyancing and Property Law Committee for several years. He was also a long serving member of the Council of the Law Society and is a Chartered Arbitrator.

 His Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya, Institute of Certified Public Secretaries and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
 
 
 

 
LL.B (Hons)- University of Nairobi, Diploma in Law- Kenya School of Law, Certified Public Secretary (CPS), Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public, Certified Company Secretary.MBA ( Strategic Management) Strathmore Business School – Nairobi.

 Andrew has been a Partner of KM&M since 2004. He has been in practice for 16 years and possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in Commercial Law, Conveyancing and Litigation. He is renowned for excellent commercial litigation skills. His other areas of expertise include dispute resolution and mediation. Prior to joining the Firm, Andrew worked for several law firms in Nairobi.

His Professional memberships include: The Law Society of Kenya and the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya
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Templars Law Firm Lagos, Nigeria

Templars posted the article • 0 comments • 159 views • 2018-12-06 18:25 • data from similar tags

Office Phone: +234 1 461 1290-94,+234 1 461 1294,+234 1 270 3982,+234 1 279 9396, + 234 9 291 1760(Abuja)
Email:[email protected]
Lagos Office Address:The Octagon (5th Floor) 13A, A. J. Marinho Drive, Victoria Island Annexe.
P.O. Box 72252 Victoria Island.Lagos, Nigeria.
Abuja Office Address:6, Usuma Close Off Gana Street Maitama Abuja FCT, Nigeria


Company Profile:
 
Templars is a full service law firm with the know-­how to handle the legal needs of clients in Nigeria’s peculiar business environment.

With offices in the cosmopolitan cities of Lagos and Abuja, Templars is strategically placed to offer top quality legal services to our clients in the major economic hubs of the country.Jump to▾The Templars ethos is predicated on our dedication to meeting the commercial objectives of our clients while providing qualitative legal services.

As a team, we assist our clients in analyzing the risks involved in their transactions; and we mitigate and hedge those risks by strategising different types of risk management tools.
 
At Templars, we pride ourselves on our sector strengths which cover diverse areas of the law including Corporate and Commercial, Energy and Natural Resources, Telecommunications, Foreign Investment, Banking & Finance, Shipping and Maritime, Aviation, Taxation, Commercial Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Project Finance.

The partners and associates of the firm belong to various internationally recognized professional bodies including the International Bar Association (Energy Law, Shipping and Maritime,) as well as the Telecommunication Lawyers Association, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, and Chartered Institute of Taxation, to mention a few. Membership in these associations affords us the opportunity to liaise with other members of the profession, thereby allowing us to develop the capabilities of the firm.


Firm Photos:
 

 
CNBC Africa interviews Zelda Akindele Managing Counsel at Templars Law Firm:
 
 

 
 
 
Templars Tax Partner, Dipo Komolafe discusses tax issues in Nigeria on Arise TV - The Morning Show:
 
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Office Phone: +234 1 461 1290-94,+234 1 461 1294,+234 1 270 3982,+234 1 279 9396, + 234 9 291 1760(Abuja)
Email:[email protected]
Lagos Office Address:The Octagon (5th Floor) 13A, A. J. Marinho Drive, Victoria Island Annexe.
P.O. Box 72252 Victoria Island.Lagos, Nigeria.
Abuja Office Address:6, Usuma Close Off Gana Street Maitama Abuja FCT, Nigeria


Company Profile:
 
Templars is a full service law firm with the know-­how to handle the legal needs of clients in Nigeria’s peculiar business environment.

With offices in the cosmopolitan cities of Lagos and Abuja, Templars is strategically placed to offer top quality legal services to our clients in the major economic hubs of the country.Jump to▾The Templars ethos is predicated on our dedication to meeting the commercial objectives of our clients while providing qualitative legal services.

As a team, we assist our clients in analyzing the risks involved in their transactions; and we mitigate and hedge those risks by strategising different types of risk management tools.
 
At Templars, we pride ourselves on our sector strengths which cover diverse areas of the law including Corporate and Commercial, Energy and Natural Resources, Telecommunications, Foreign Investment, Banking & Finance, Shipping and Maritime, Aviation, Taxation, Commercial Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Project Finance.

The partners and associates of the firm belong to various internationally recognized professional bodies including the International Bar Association (Energy Law, Shipping and Maritime,) as well as the Telecommunication Lawyers Association, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, and Chartered Institute of Taxation, to mention a few. Membership in these associations affords us the opportunity to liaise with other members of the profession, thereby allowing us to develop the capabilities of the firm.


Firm Photos:
 

 
CNBC Africa interviews Zelda Akindele Managing Counsel at Templars Law Firm:
 
 


 
 
 
Templars Tax Partner, Dipo Komolafe discusses tax issues in Nigeria on Arise TV - The Morning Show:
 
 


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Alliance Law Firm Lagos, Nigeria

allian posted the article • 0 comments • 105 views • 2018-12-06 17:42 • data from similar tags

Office Phone: 01-9035352-5, 2707471-2
Email: [email protected]
Lagos Office Address:Alliance House, 71 Ademola Street, SW Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Abuja Office Address:63 Mississippi Street, Off Alvan Ikoku Way, Maitama, Abuja, FCT
Port-Harcourt Office Address:Yemkem House, 2nd Floor 101, Ikwere Road, Port-Harcourt
Company Profile:
 
At Alliance Law Firm, our lawyers are selected for their preparedness to apply intelligence to solving real-life problems. We deliberately recruit and train for innovation, knowledge and the ability to create solutions and provide passionate advocacy in all legal matters for our clients. Our reputation rests not only on the varied and sizeable expertise of our professionals, but it also reflects our unwavering commitment to provide our clients maximum value from the legal services we offer.
 
The Firm has been ranked amongst the best law firms in Nigeria. The 2018 edition of the International Financial Law Review (“IFLR”) 1000 currently recommends the firm in its “Financial and Corporate” category. The firm is also recognised as a “Recommended Law Firm” in the 2014 and 2015 editions of IFLR 1000 and received the 2014 ESQ / Legal Blitz Award for the “Corporate Restructuring Firm of the Year”. The firm was also recognised in the 2013 edition of the IFLR 1000. It was voted as the Business Law Firm of the Year in Nigeria in 2012, by the Corporate International of the United Kingdom.

In 2008, the firm was conferred with the award of “The Finest Capital Market Legal Consulting Firm in Nigeria” at the West African Direct Marketing Awards. The firm has also been recognized as one of the most integrity-driven organizations in Nigeria by major national newspapers, such as The Guardian, Thisday, and Business Day. It has also been acknowledged by the World Bank/ ITF as a notable contributor to their global Doing Business Guide publications for several years.


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Office Phone: 01-9035352-5, 2707471-2
Email: [email protected]
Lagos Office Address:Alliance House, 71 Ademola Street, SW Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Abuja Office Address:63 Mississippi Street, Off Alvan Ikoku Way, Maitama, Abuja, FCT
Port-Harcourt Office Address:Yemkem House, 2nd Floor 101, Ikwere Road, Port-Harcourt
Company Profile:
 
At Alliance Law Firm, our lawyers are selected for their preparedness to apply intelligence to solving real-life problems. We deliberately recruit and train for innovation, knowledge and the ability to create solutions and provide passionate advocacy in all legal matters for our clients. Our reputation rests not only on the varied and sizeable expertise of our professionals, but it also reflects our unwavering commitment to provide our clients maximum value from the legal services we offer.
 
The Firm has been ranked amongst the best law firms in Nigeria. The 2018 edition of the International Financial Law Review (“IFLR”) 1000 currently recommends the firm in its “Financial and Corporate” category. The firm is also recognised as a “Recommended Law Firm” in the 2014 and 2015 editions of IFLR 1000 and received the 2014 ESQ / Legal Blitz Award for the “Corporate Restructuring Firm of the Year”. The firm was also recognised in the 2013 edition of the IFLR 1000. It was voted as the Business Law Firm of the Year in Nigeria in 2012, by the Corporate International of the United Kingdom.

In 2008, the firm was conferred with the award of “The Finest Capital Market Legal Consulting Firm in Nigeria” at the West African Direct Marketing Awards. The firm has also been recognized as one of the most integrity-driven organizations in Nigeria by major national newspapers, such as The Guardian, Thisday, and Business Day. It has also been acknowledged by the World Bank/ ITF as a notable contributor to their global Doing Business Guide publications for several years.


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Cape Union Mart International (Pty) Ltd

capeunion posted the article • 0 comments • 133 views • 2018-11-16 19:38 • data from similar tags

Office Phone :0860 3333 29
Email: [email protected]
Office Address:34 – 40 Barrack Street,P.O. Box 2545,Cape Town,8000
Company Profile:
 
Cape Union Mart International (Pty) Ltd has been equipping South African adventurers since 1933, and is South Africa's favourite outdoor adventure store. Stocking everything one needs for outdoor pursuits - including hiking, camping, trail running, mountain biking, snow sports, travel and more - Cape Union Mart is an essential first step in every adventure. Cape Union Mart has stores across South Africa, and in Namibia and Botswana.

The history of Cape Union Mart dates back to 1933 when the late Philip Krawitz, grandfather of the current Chairman, founded the business on the corner of Corporation and Mostert Street in Cape Town. Cape Union Mart originated as an "Army and Navy Store" and became famous for its "everything from an anchor to a toothpick" product range.

Sandwiched between two of South Africa 's largest retailers, Woolworths and OK Bazaars, Cape Union Mart realised that it had to offer something different. Apart from an extensive range of merchandise, the store became known as "the friendly store" and focused on building unique relationships with its customers.

During the war years, Cape Union Mart supplied visiting troops with some of the luxuries and necessities associated with the military. Passing whaling ships and foreign fishermen were also catered for with a unique array of merchandise from around the world.

In the post-war years, the company grew and prospered under Arthur Krawitz who took over the business from his father in the late 1940's. The company became famous for non-seasonal merchandise and specialised in selling summer clothing to people touring overseas in winter. and vice versa. Cape Union Mart was the first importer of many famous products such as Levi Jeans, Hong Kong anoraks, Norwegian socks and Gore-Tex foul weather clothing.

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Office Phone :0860 3333 29
Email: [email protected]
Office Address:34 – 40 Barrack Street,P.O. Box 2545,Cape Town,8000
Company Profile:
 
Cape Union Mart International (Pty) Ltd has been equipping South African adventurers since 1933, and is South Africa's favourite outdoor adventure store. Stocking everything one needs for outdoor pursuits - including hiking, camping, trail running, mountain biking, snow sports, travel and more - Cape Union Mart is an essential first step in every adventure. Cape Union Mart has stores across South Africa, and in Namibia and Botswana.

The history of Cape Union Mart dates back to 1933 when the late Philip Krawitz, grandfather of the current Chairman, founded the business on the corner of Corporation and Mostert Street in Cape Town. Cape Union Mart originated as an "Army and Navy Store" and became famous for its "everything from an anchor to a toothpick" product range.

Sandwiched between two of South Africa 's largest retailers, Woolworths and OK Bazaars, Cape Union Mart realised that it had to offer something different. Apart from an extensive range of merchandise, the store became known as "the friendly store" and focused on building unique relationships with its customers.

During the war years, Cape Union Mart supplied visiting troops with some of the luxuries and necessities associated with the military. Passing whaling ships and foreign fishermen were also catered for with a unique array of merchandise from around the world.

In the post-war years, the company grew and prospered under Arthur Krawitz who took over the business from his father in the late 1940's. The company became famous for non-seasonal merchandise and specialised in selling summer clothing to people touring overseas in winter. and vice versa. Cape Union Mart was the first importer of many famous products such as Levi Jeans, Hong Kong anoraks, Norwegian socks and Gore-Tex foul weather clothing.

Company Videos:
 
 


 
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Abacas Solutions ltd

abacassolution posted the article • 0 comments • 97 views • 2018-11-11 22:34 • data from similar tags

Office Phone :0726387237
Email: [email protected]
Office Address:207 Kilimanjaro St,Mitchell’s Plein, Cape Town, 7785
Company Profile:
 

Abacas Solutions is a qualified & licensed plumber and electrician serving all suburbs in Cape Town. We have over 20 years experience and our electrical services include interior lighting, garden lighting, ceiling fan installation, airconditioner installation, electrical panel repair and maintenance and help with any other electrical problems. We are also a licensed plumber that can assist you with unblocking of drains and toilets, leak detection and installation and repair of geysers. Serving residential, industrial and commercial clients within Cape Town. No job too big or small.

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Office Phone :0726387237
Email: [email protected]
Office Address:207 Kilimanjaro St,Mitchell’s Plein, Cape Town, 7785
Company Profile:
 

Abacas Solutions is a qualified & licensed plumber and electrician serving all suburbs in Cape Town. We have over 20 years experience and our electrical services include interior lighting, garden lighting, ceiling fan installation, airconditioner installation, electrical panel repair and maintenance and help with any other electrical problems. We are also a licensed plumber that can assist you with unblocking of drains and toilets, leak detection and installation and repair of geysers. Serving residential, industrial and commercial clients within Cape Town. No job too big or small.

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Houtex Resources Limited

Houtex posted the article • 0 comments • 111 views • 2018-11-09 16:06 • data from similar tags

Office Phone : 234 08063057151,234 08138813391 ,234 08037507538
Email:  [email protected]
Office Address:C5/ A8, Plot 519, Oluawotesu Street,Jabi District, Abuja Nigeria

Company Profile:
 
Houtex Resources Limited is an integrated quarry and general mining company situated in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria.  Its primary activity is the creation and provision of products that are of superior value in the Nigeria Mining Industry.  The company consistently delivers high quality and premium quarry products via the careful application of internationally acclaimed and proven techniques in its integrated manufacturing process.

Houtex Resources Limited embarks on it operations with state of the art machinery/ equipment, suitable location, value-added customer service; and a team of well trained, experienced, technically sound and motivated work force.  With a Management team that has cutting edge experience in mining and multicultural business management, the company stands shoulders higher than others in the quarry mining subsector.

The company complies with stipulated environmental and safety law for the sustainable growth of the Nigerian mining sector.  The operations are tailored towards meeting customers’ specific requirement on just in time basis.  With array of plant and machinery which includes vibrating feeder, jaw crusher, impact crusher, vibrating screen, belt conveyor, centrally electric controlling system, cone crusher, dust catcher on production line, customers are sure of the best quality quarry products always.

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Office Phone : 234 08063057151,234 08138813391 ,234 08037507538
Email:  [email protected]
Office Address:C5/ A8, Plot 519, Oluawotesu Street,Jabi District, Abuja Nigeria

Company Profile:
 
Houtex Resources Limited is an integrated quarry and general mining company situated in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria.  Its primary activity is the creation and provision of products that are of superior value in the Nigeria Mining Industry.  The company consistently delivers high quality and premium quarry products via the careful application of internationally acclaimed and proven techniques in its integrated manufacturing process.

Houtex Resources Limited embarks on it operations with state of the art machinery/ equipment, suitable location, value-added customer service; and a team of well trained, experienced, technically sound and motivated work force.  With a Management team that has cutting edge experience in mining and multicultural business management, the company stands shoulders higher than others in the quarry mining subsector.

The company complies with stipulated environmental and safety law for the sustainable growth of the Nigerian mining sector.  The operations are tailored towards meeting customers’ specific requirement on just in time basis.  With array of plant and machinery which includes vibrating feeder, jaw crusher, impact crusher, vibrating screen, belt conveyor, centrally electric controlling system, cone crusher, dust catcher on production line, customers are sure of the best quality quarry products always.

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