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A 101 for Fragrance Enthusiasts

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…Discover the Tulivu’s Fragrance rebirth

Introverts, more than others, understand the importance of making their homes into safe havens; they will go through extra lengths for an added touch of comfort.

This is particularly important as they spend an extended period of their lives soaking up the warmth of home—these are the people who are intentional about the softness of their feathered pillows, the silkiness of their bedding, and, more importantly, the warmth of their candles and fragrance of the air around them.

Now, with the rainy season gracing Nigeria, there’s a special allure in transforming personal spaces into warm, tranquil retreats. Picture the gentle sound of raindrops on the roof, the warm glow of candles, and the air filled with soothing fragrances like freshly brewed coffee or the exotic allure of amber. This is the essence of true warmth that the newly rebranded Tulivu Fragrance provides.

Recently relaunched after undergoing a complete metamorphosis—embracing a chic new logo, elegant packaging, and a stunning redesign; its transformation reflects the dedication to crafting high-quality, sustainable fragrances and creating a fragrance-filled, stylish, and tranquil environment. Extending beyond just aesthetics; the fragrance signifies a shift towards crafting spaces filled with warmth and intentionality.

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Creative lead the Lagos weekender, Sukanmi

Creative Director Levivstar Stitches, Vivian

Founder, Tulivu Fragrance Ngozi Enemelah (middle) and family

L-R: Operations Manager Grey, Ugochi; Head of Legal Grey, Ataisi; Head Of Global Marketing Grey, Iheakachi and a guest

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Glovo Hosts First Edition of ‘Courier Day’, Launches Glovo+

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● Partners with Money Africa & Opay to deliver financial literacy designed to equip couriers with tools needed to thrive in the digital economy.

● Launches Glovo+, a loyalty program offering different advantages to couriers such as fuel vouchers, grocery discounts, and more.

Lagos, Nigeria. 6th June, 2024 – Leading multi-category app, Glovo, successfully concluded a two-day event aimed at empowering couriers in Lagos Nigeria with essential financial literacy skills. Held in Lagos, in partnership with Money Africa and Opay, the initiative aligns with  an ongoing commitment to support the development of the couriers, helping them grow both professionally and personally.

Through comprehensive training sessions led by experts from Money Africa, and Opay, couriers learned about budgeting, saving, investment strategies, financial planning, and retirement planning. Additionally, they received guidance on achieving efficiency during their day-to-day activities as couriers. A key highlight of the event was the launch of Glovo +, a loyalty program which gives couriers the chance to unlock advantages such as fuel vouchers, grocery discounts, and insurance benefits.

General Manager of Glovo Nigeria, Lamide Akinola, highlighted the broader significance of the event, ” We are committed to creating value for all our stakeholders in Nigeria. Our goal is to build a thriving ecosystem where couriers, partners, and customers all benefit from our innovative and tech-driven services. With the launch of Glovo+, we are not only enhancing the professional lives of couriers, but also offering tangible rewards that improve their day-to-day living and acknowledge their dedication and excellence.”

“Courier Day is beyond a training session; it’s a celebration of the outstanding couriers. By partnering with organizations like Money Africa and Opay,, who are equipping the couriers with valuable skills that will empower them with the skills required to thrive. As a tech-driven company dedicated to leveraging innovation , we are excited to see how the couriers use this type of initiative”. remarked Chidera Akwuba, Head of Government & Public Relations, Glovo Sub-Saharan Africa.


Ijeoma Beatrice Nwachukwu, Business Development Manager, App and Cards at Opay, added, “By contributing to this initiative, we are helping couriers not only manage their finances but also understand how to navigate the broader financial landscape which is crucial for their personal and professional advancement.”

The event concluded with a friendly football match between the couriers at Onikan Stadium. Four teams, representing different regions of Lagos, competed in a 45-minute match, with the winning team earning a coveted trophy and prizes. This added an element of camaraderie and celebration.

The Courier Day initiative and Glovo+ is part of Glovo’s Couriers Pledge, a commitment launched in Nigeria in October 2023 to increase the social rights and benefits available to couriers. Since its inception, the Couriers Pledge has positively impacted nearly 300 couriers in Nigeria and over 4,000 couriers across the countries where Glovo operates. Another key initiative for couriers is G-Learning, a platform offering a range of free and voluntary online courses. Topics include leadership, management, well-being, productivity, business development, communication, personal skills, and digital skills. The platform harnesses technology to make resources easily accessible to its users.

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Pepsi® Unveils New Visual Identity with takeovers of iconic landmarks in Lagos and Abuja

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Pepsi® unleashes its new look with its first visual identity change in 14 years Lagos, Nigeria, Monday 3 June (TBD), 2024- Pepsi®, a global beverage leader, has officially unveiled its new logo and visual identity in Nigeria. This marks a significant step forward for the brand, signifying its commitment to innovation, creativity, and continued cultural relevance. To celebrate the launch, Pepsi® orchestrated a captivating digital spectacle, transforming two of Nigeria’s most recognizable landmarks– the National Theatre in Lagos and the Abuja City Gate. Utilizing stunning digital animation, the brand brought its new identity to life, showcasing its iconic bottle emerge from the top of the Lagos masterpiece, while the City Gate welcomed the arrival of the new label. “This brand refresh transcends not only a simple logo update but signifies the dawn of a new era for Pepsi®,” states Marius Vorster, Marketing Director– PepsiCo West, East, and Central Africa (WECA). “Through the transformation of iconic landmarks and the creation of captivating virtual experiences, we are reaffirming our commitment to innovation, creativity, and fostering deep cultural connections. Further speaking on the iconic development of the brand, Norden Thurston, the Chief Marketing Officer, Seven-Up Bottling Company, said, “The visual identity refresh is coming at a pivotal time from brand Pepsi®, as the new look strategically draws equity from Pepsi®’s past whilst incorporating modern elements to create a new look that is unapologetically contemporary and undeniably Pepsi®. This new look and color palette introduces electric blue and black to bring a contemporary edge to the classic Pepsi® color scheme, whilst the new signature Pepsi® pulse evokes the “ripple, pop and fizz” of Pepsi®-Cola– moving in time to the beat of the music, the roar of the crowd and the heartbeat of culture. The GM Marketing, Seven-Up Bottling Company, Segun Ogunleye, added “ The new logo aims at dialing up brand distinction, deepening influence and appeal whilst further driving connection with our Naija consumers leveraging iconic landmarks such as the National Theatre, Lagos and the Abuja City Gate. As our customers and consumers interact with the new look at different touchpoints nationwide, we assure them of the same quality and refreshing experience.”Pepsi® is a contemporary brand, rich in history, heritage, and is a classic example of a brand that has consistently reinvented itself for 125 years. This commitment to innovation and quality refreshment has always allowed Pepsi® to remain Naija’s number-one choice of cola and a constant refreshment present in people’s lives. The design also aesthetically captures Pepsi®’s deep-rooted connection to pop culture, reflecting its connection with music, lifestyle, and football. Key design elements include ● The Pepsi® globe and wordmark unite to fit into various settings and emphasize the distinctive Pepsi® branding. ● An updated colour palette introduces electric blue and black to bring contrast, vibrancy, and a contemporary edge to the classic Pepsi® color scheme. ● Anew visually distinct label, which heroes the iconic Pepsi® logo as an accessible brand for all. ● A modern, custom typeface reflects the brand’s confidence and unapologetic mindset. ● The signature Pepsi® pulse e\ brings the rhythm and energy of music, an essential and continuing part of the Pepsi® legacy. Pepsi® is produced in Nigeria by Seven-Up Bottling Company Ltd, a leading manufacturing business, alongside other global brands such as 7Up, Mirinda, Teem, Mountain dew, Rockstar Energy Drink, Lipton Ice Tea, H2oh and Aquafina Premium drinking water.

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‘N20m and I open my legs’; THE BATTLE OF THE PODCASTS –  A perspective by the Duke of Shomolu on The Muvmnt studio

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It has been a heated session this morning behind the scene of my podcast – Duke Rants on the Muvmnt Studio. On the back of that explosive interview granted by another podcast by a young apparently misguided youth, my back up team had expressed the desire for us to jump on that train to entertain conversations with her ilk or at worst get a guest that will counter.But Tosh, the hardworking head honcho and visioneer who brought together the Dukes Rants would have none of that. For her, The Muvmnt Studios, the umbrella platform for the Dukes rants and the other podcast which deals with life issues were designed to uphold certain values, tendencies and ethos none of which would align with that train wreck of a conversation.For those of you who have not seen the interview, let me rehash. She alluded to the fact that money was everything and that ‘as you talk to me, u must have N500k to spend, you must pay for my skin, cos skin care is very expensive’.In response to another question, she goes – with N20m, i will open my legs for you, at least one time.She now goes on and on about money being the essence of her puny life, bombing her listeners with a homily on money, money, money as the main driving force of her life.You must give me a reason to leave my man and that reason is money. If you credit my account with money, that will give me an excuse to leave my man.She continued.. you must pay for my beauty. Yes, you must, cos beauty is not cheap. If i want to get married today, i will, she shouts in a boast. Can i open my DM, she dares, so you see the number of men begging for my hand in marriage.Now this interview has gone haywire, it has now become the talk of the town eliciting all sort of reactions up to this morning and up at our podcast back end meeting.

I, for one, do not believe this reality. I think it’s a script written to garner attention and drive traffic. To me, that was a brilliant performance carried with the confidence of a well trained actress.But tarry awhile, what if for a second she is danm serious. I know there are a lot of women with those kinds of tendencies, and i have met some. Women who believe money can do anything, including opening their legs for jobs, contracts, lifestyle, and everything.These women abound and are very audacious about their outlook towards life. But for me, today, it throws up a different kind of debate – the debate of the podcasts.Now, how many of u remember Jerry Springer, the trashy, very popular talkshow that took the world by storm. All sorts of people came out of the woodworks to display all sort of depravity and even beat themselves up on stage and trash talked themselves all to the glee of the producers and audience with their eye on ratings.Now juxtapose this with the Oprah Winfery show. Oprah was sexy and classy. It was artsy and very influential. Appealed to the clean mainstream audience who were aspirational and literary in approach.The Oprah Book club pushed a lot of books to the best seller list and didnt rely on sex or any of those gutter tactics to maintain relevance and this is where we are at the Muvmnt Studios with The Dukes Rant.In designing the podcast, Tosh and i looked at the plethora of podcasts that now litter social media. There are so many to even contemplate, most targeting the same demographic and the sex and scandal driven madness that is the digital market.We knew we would not want to compete in that space, so we designed something looking more towards Oprah but more edgy. Something more punchy than Oprah with those – where did that come from questions, that shocks the audience but pulls the mischief from the otherwise serious guests.In choosing the guests , we looked for sophistication, class, and much more importantly, influence and depth. From Pastor Itua thru Timi Dakolo and Tonye Cole and the very influentially brilliant Dele Momodu care has been taken to pull in a very strict but sweet coterie of guests that will push our goal of delivering a very impactful message.Now see the Ruth Osime interview and juxtapose it with this little girl who is trending as we speak.Ruth is an iconic figure in media and fashion. At 60, she has garnered enough weight in society, that her engagement can only be one of the most profound experiences ever.

So, for us at Muvmnt Studio we are are looking for more sustainable impact, pushing through a more serious demographic and engaging with very engaged guests as we carve out a distinct positioning in an otherwise very mad creative space.Watch out for my talks with Seun Kuti and Kehinde Bankole.*

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