After months of stirring the interest of the nation with the “Man In The Box” – an office-in-a-billboard display along the Lekki Epe Expressway – Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company, MTN Nigeria has relocated the billboard, concluding the first phase of the campaign.
Enterprise Business Unit executive, MTN Nigeria, Lynda Saint-Nwafor, revealed that the structure was relocated to herald the second phase of the “Man In The Box.”
She stated that the next phase for the phenomenon that held Nigeria spellbound is the ‘Man In The Box The Sequel.’
The second phase tagged: “The Man In The Box, The Sequel,” has begun in earnest. The focus is on the millions of businesses that require out-of-the-box business solutions to not only thrive but compete comfortably with world standards. This will ultimately improve Nigeria’s economy in the long-term and also empower the exponential growth of Nigerian businesses.
“The Man in the Box, the Sequel, goes beyond the box. We want the millions of small and medium enterprises, organisations and the public sector to bring their out-of-the-box ideas knowing full well that MTN is the solution partner that will take every business step with them,” she said.
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