The Economic and Business Strategies, (EBS) Ltd is a management, economic and business consulting firm.
Magnus Kpakol gvA is a show on the economic struggle in Africa, and the story of the continent’s economic development in the context of a global political economy. The show explains to the world with clarity, the political economy of Africa, conveying its economic and business opportunities and the aspirations of the African people in the context of a dynamic and inter-woven world.
Study Hall Africa (SHAFRI), is a product invented by the Economic Growth & Development Center (EGDC) and later developed and promoted by The Economic and Business Strategies (EBS). It is a revolutionary social network designed to connect and educate school children in Africa and across the world. It also provides remedial academic resources to assist kids with studying and the expansion of their knowledge base.
SHAFRI’s objective is to enable members chat and exchange ideas, pictures, etc., on various subjects. On the SHAFRI platform, students have access to materials on basic subjects like English language, Mathematics, Sciences, General knowledge and can also take tests. In addition, parents are able to follow up the performance of their kids. To participate in this exciting and innovative networking platform, students are required to be registered members. SHAFRI is equipped with interesting academic games to stimulate the learning experience of students.
At the EBS, we offer a variety of cutting edge solutions for government institutions, organizations and businesses aiming to be more globally competitive and preeminent in their industry, vocation or business. The EBS’s CEO and Chief Strategist is Prof. Magnus Kpakol, a former professor of economics at the University of Dallas and also former Chief Economic Adviser to the President of Nigeria and CEO of National Planning Commission. He was also the National Coordinator of NAPEP/Senior Special Assistant to the President on poverty eradication. We have expertise for helping governments and communities create jobs, fight poverty and speed economic growth and development. In our refined economic development (RED) in Africa strategy we have developed innovations that promote and enrich private community enterprise, creating private sector value chains and global market linkages that can include even the remotest and most isolated communities.