NIMNNot in My Name
NIMNNational Institute of Marketing of Nigeria
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The NIMN boss added that the planned electronic voting would afford over 2,000 financially active members of the marketing institute, spread across the globe, the opportunity to be part of the decision of choosing the next set of leadership of the institute.
Making the call at the institute's Fellows' Dinner and Awards Night, held recently in Lagos, the NIMN boss stated that the constant harassment of the institute's corporate members by the regulatory agency, in the past few months, over demands on certain percentages of their budgets on consumer and sales promotion, not only negated the peace agreement the marketing institute had reached with the agency on the matter, but was also capable of stifling business growth in the country.
The NIMN boss reminded the graduands of the immense benefits of being members of the institute, stating that it offers them the platform to network and expand their professional contact base for career advancement and development.
THE President of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), Mr Tony Agenmonmen has explained that the decision of the council to open a new corporate office for the institute in Government Reservation Area (GRA), Ikeja, was informed by the need to give marketing practice a new lease of life in the country.
In this interview with AKIN ADEWAKUN, president of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), Mr.
While arguing that the Nigerian brand must indeed be projected, the former Chairman of the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON), in a Keynote Address, tagged: The Imperatives of Projecting and Managing Brand Nigeria, delivered at the 2018 Marketing Conference of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), identified the country's huge population of over 170 million people as a factor that should greatly enhance the equity of Brand Nigeria.
For instance, what started like every other peaceful year at the Head Office of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), in Lagos, was to be shattered, later when the Tony Agenmonmen-led council of the institute, decided to do away with 28 out of its 31-member workforce, and also shut down the institute's zonal offices.
Making this observation over the weekend, at the 2017 Best Marketing Student Award Ceremony, of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN), which held in Lagos, Bolajoko, argued that cultivating areas of core competencies and adopting such competencies, remain one of the most powerful ways for organisation to grow and overcome competition.