Zenera Consulting opens new ‘Signature’ office in Lagos, Nigeria

17 May 2017 Consultancy.africa 2 min. read
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Nigeria-based Zenera Consulting has unveiled plans for a major boost in operations, which include an international office in London, England and a fully fitted “signature” office in Lagos, Nigeria. The new office will work in synergy with the old offices to enable innovation.

Zenera Consulting is a Branding and Public Relations consulting firm that offers clients advice on a range of issues, which include media relations, marketing communications, and crisis communications services. The firm focuses on strategically developing strong and close relationships with stakeholders of a firm, particularly the media.

The firm, currently based in Lekki, offers services to a variety of industries, with a special focus on the energy, public, and financial sectors. The firm has two subsidiaries: Redbee, a firm Zenera acquired in 2013 that focuses on corporate communications, public relations, advertising and event relations; and BuzzDigital, which is a digital marketing and social media advisory subsidiary.

Now, the firm is looking to significantly boost its operations. To this end, Zenera has devised five-year strategic objectives, which include plans for a major international office in London, as well as a state-of-the-art “signature” office in the city of Lagos. The signature building will be home to the Zenera Signature subsidiary,

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The new building will operate synergistically with the firm’s existing Excel Place outlet. While the signature building will house a lounge and a boardroom for clients who wish to work locally, the Excel Place building will still be home to Zenera Consulting and BuzzDigital.

Commenting on the new infrastructure, Meka Olowola, the Managing Partner of Zenera Consulting said, “Clients appreciate consultants who understand them so well, that they become an extension of their marketing departments. Zenera Signature is conceptualised to deliver sustainable value creation for such discerning clientele now and in the long term.”

He added, “This will be the first in a series of bespoke stand-alone offices designed to cater for not more than three high-value non-competing clients with long term contracts. On the other hand, our London office will enable us further demonstrate to clients that we are a one stop solutions centre for all communications, especially investor relations.” 

Meanwhile, Manager of Human Capital Development at the firm, Kayode Oranjewadu said, “Due to this rapid expansion, Zenera will resource very talented Nigerians home and abroad to fill critical positions that will help achieve its growth aspirations.”