How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods

I recently found an article at the  Leadership (a Nigerian newspaper) entitled "How Absence Of Credible Entrepreneurs Ruins Cultural Goods" which explains how a post-colonial trade habit in Nigeria diminishes the revenues from cultural goods as the traders are not credible entrepreneurs. It makes reference to a paper presentation titled, “Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria’, … Continue reading How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods

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Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria

During the 2014 World Culture Day organised by the Oyo State Council for Arts and Culture in collaboration with National Institute for Cultural Orientation, (NICO), the Oyo State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Mrs. Adetutu Adeyemi, has urged the Yoruba to preserve their culture to prevent its extinction. The theme of the celebration was “Cultural … Continue reading Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in South Korea presents its views

Collectively, culture is a way of life in a given society. Tourism is the vehicle through which this way of life is appreciated. In Nigeria, culture is manifested in art, dance, language, literature, folklore, mores, music, governance, and even the environment. According to archaeological finds, Nigeria¡¯s artifacts depicting the early life of the people date … Continue reading The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in South Korea presents its views