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Weekly Roundup

Olu Akanmu appointed Airtel Chief Marketing Officer effective June 1.

BusinessDay discusses the re-emergence of the low-sugar trend in the Nigerian beverage industry.

MediaCom selects InMobi as new media/mobile advertising platform for all of EMEA.

Google set to buy Meebo, a corporate social networking brand.

Fast Company takes a look at China’s new middle class and the challenges of marketing to them.

Starbucks buys Bay Bread in bid to revitalize its bakery offerings.

Immigrant entrepreneurs on the rise in the United States, though participation still poor in corporate sphere.

Expansion into the rest of Africa buoy share prices for South Africa’s retail brands

Powerlight Communications named as advertising representatives of the BBC in Nigeria

MasterCard global survey reveals majority of Nigerians confident about online shopping.

Kwara State unveils N31m naira logo and rebranding campaign

Cocoa scarcity in the region pushes up prices of Nigerian output

Factbound Research releases data on how Nigerians use Blackberry.

Digital PayTv company GoTV, set for Lagos launch following Ibadan & Port Harcourt soft launches.

LASAA assures Lagosians on the collapsed LED billboard along Third Mainland Bridge


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