Thursday, August 16, 2012

Every Saturday at 1pm

Business Hour is on Classic FM 97.3 (Nigeria) and also live online at classic97.net every Saturday at 1pm local time.

The host is Martin Udogie, founder and publisher of BottomLine newsletter.  From his blogger profile, Martin has a degree in business and is a certified professional accountant. He is the founder of BottomLINE, a research and survey-based monthly business and career newsletter. His career spans banking and consulting, beginning with Citibank Nigeria. He later held senior management positions in other banks. At Andersen Consulting, now Accenture, he was a senior strategy consultant delivering various enterprise transformation solutions.
Yeah, that's your host!

(Visit martin.udogie on facebook, @udogie on twitter)
BottomLINE, since the 90s

Previous guests on Business Hour:

Omobola Johnson: former Country Managing Director of Accenture and current Minister of ICT.

Ifueko Omoigui-Okauru: past Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)

Bismarck Rewane: CEO at Financial Derivatives Company, Nigeria

Kayode Fahm: whizkid, former trader at Goldman Sachs, now motivational speaker, classical guitarist and martial artist.

Nwanze Okidegbe: Chief Economic Adviser to the President of Nigeria

Reuben Abati: Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity

Leo Stan Ekeh: Chairman of Zinox Technologies Group

Wale Goodluck: Corporate Services Executive, MTN Nigeria

...did I miss anyone?  

This weekend, a double feature as Steven Evans, CEO Etisalat Nigeria AND Juliet Anammah, Director (Real Sector) Accenture, discuss mobile web etc.   

1 comment:

t said...

Business Hour is (Temporarily) cancelled. I just received this message from Martin Udogie, the host of Business Hour:

Compliments!

I regret to inform you that Business Hour has been cancelled by Classic FM, the radio station. So you will not be able to hear the programme this Saturday on the station.

I'm already shopping for another radio station that will be airing it.

The dispute basically was over Guest selection. I have always believed that the attraction of people to Business Hour, and its key differentiator was the QUALITY of the Guests. But the station had other ideas.

I was not ready to compromise on that.

So, please bear with me and stay tuned. You will soon be hearing from the following CONFIRMED Guests:

1. WALE TINUBU (Group CEO, OANDO) - Oando has just been listed on the
Toronto Stock Exchange, and is also listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
2. ARUNMA OTEH (DG SEC),
3. CHIEF PHILLIP ASIODU (Oxford-trained, became Super Perm Sec
at under 40-years of age),
4. IFUEKO OMOIGUI-OKAURU (Two-term Chair of Fed Inland Rev Service,
Founder Restral and Partner, Accenture).

Also, working with a friend in Boston (He also will be Guest on Business Hour soon), we have developed an application that allows you to listen to Business Hour on your mobile phone, anytime, anywhere - and with or without earpiece. And you can pause, rewind, fastforward, etc.

So, Business Hour will be back shortly, BIGGER and BETTER.

Regards,

Martin

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