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  • Sterling Eat Drink Festival

    Sterling Eat Drink Festival, 2019

    The Eat Drink Festival isn’t just a weekend to devour ‘delish’ delicacies – although that is unarguably the best thing about it! Hosting about 5, 000 guests, excluding children and about 80 vendors from the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) space was an amazing way to mark the seventh edition of the annual event. …

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  • Bridging the Gap for Coding

    In a world where disruptive technologies are changing the way people live and work, Raheem Akingbolu reports that in Nigeria, Sterling Bank is championing the cause of female-focused coding training through support for the Girls-Coding programme of the Pearls Africa Foundation, which seeks to empower girls from underserved communities They were 30 young school girls …

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  • #SterlingAtAkeFestival: What Went Down!

    Africa’s literati at home and the diaspora are still gushing about the continent’s biggest and most colorful festival for writers, poets, thinkers, dancers, singers, actors and literary enthusiasts powered by Sterling Bank. The Bank named the ‘Most Innovative’ in the Country by the Central Bank of Nigeria is also Africa’s Most Agile Company. From October 24 – 27, Lagos hosted …

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    For Nigeria’s world cup journey in 2018, Coca Cola, one of the 2018 sponsors brought together A-list Nigerian artistes including Olamide, Falz, Simi, Lil Kesh and Slim Case, among others to produce what became the anthem of Nigeria’s campaign at the World Cup, this trend among others showed how interwoven the sports world is with …

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  • Naija, We Hail!

    59 no be beans. According to Frederick Douglass, one of the leaders of the anti-slavery movement, A battle lost or won is easily described, understood, and appreciated, but the moral growth of a great nation requires reflection, as well as observation, to appreciate it. This is the story of Nigeria; the story of strength, resilience …

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  • Music – Keys to the Kingdom

    After oil, our largest export is people—according to backyard economists, sha. I believe that music is up there with people. From fainting women at P-square concerts, to Fela on Broadway and of course my love, Burna in Times Square, NYC (an African Giant f’real, f’real), our music is now a source of dollars (if we …

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  • Happy Customer Service Week

    Organizations want to wow their customers and the Customer Service Week is usually an ample opportunity to do so. However, going above-and-beyond on a single week out of the 52 weeks of the year cannot be counted as top-notch customer service experience. Although it is just the first week of October that is recognized globally …

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  • Let them resume like champs!

    Adjusting from long fun-filled lazy holiday season to the early-rising rigors of a new school year can be quite challenging for both you and your child. And it can grow worse if you are not yet ready for them because the grumpiness would be on another level. From getting them the latest barbie bags to …

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  • Sheltered in Our Homelessness

    In Lagos, of the numerous problems we face, overcrowding and accommodation wahala are the biggest. The ratio of people to amenities results in endless struggles. From power supply to water supply to the roads (don’t get us started on the famous Lasgidi traffic – it’s our own Anthony Joshua vs Ruiz fight and unfortunately poor …

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  • awards

    Sterling Bank is top best place to work in Africa

    Sterling Bank Plc has been adjudged as the third best place to work in Nigeria and on the African continent at the 2019 edition of the annual Great Place to Work (GPTW) awards which held in Lagos recently. The bank also clinched the Best in Leadership (Large corporate) and Best Workplace for millennial generation. This …

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