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Experiential Marketing Agencies fared slightly better in 2016 than in 2015; KUNLE ONIME MANAGING DIRECTOR/CEO, MPC NIGERIA

MarketingWorld Magazine Exculsive Interview with KUNLE ONIME MANAGING DIRECTOR/CEO, MPC NIGERIA

How did the experiential agencies fared in 2016, compared to 2015?

Experiential marketing agencies fared slightly better in 2016 than in 2015 because of the acceptance and recognition.

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KUNLE ONIME MANAGING DIRECTOR/CEO, MPC NIGERIA

What were the major challenges and probable solutions to perform better in 2017?

We hope the economy will take a better shape in 2017 and will allow for us to exhibit our potentials in the Nigerian economy. We are a major contributor to the national economy and the recession affected us very badly asides our natural challenges.

What do you think the sector could bring on the table in this year?

We make a lot of things happen in our industry and we look forward to creating more values to the organizations that use our services.

What plans do you have at MPC to be steady as a market leader?

We remain the market leader despite all odds. I will invite you to unveil a lot of our additions to what makes us thick.

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