Safeguarding business integrity in Nigeria
Nigeria holds tremendous opportunities and potential in terms of natural resources including oil and agriculture, with a burgeoning service and start-up sector. Nigeria is also one of the most corrupt markets in the world.
Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) is a Nigerian think-tank and local partner of the Maritime Anti-corruption Network and the Center for International Private Enterprise, an affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce.
In a short series of conversations on corruption with CBI CEO Soji Apampa, CredAbility co-founder Louise Brown discusses topics ranging from “zero tolerance” to how to realistically handle facilitation payments. Listen in on part 1, talking about the Nigerian context, capacity-building, rational, SMEs, survival and finance.
Do you have any reflections to share? We look foward to hearing from you at Louise@credability.se.