TASTE OF ITALY…IN NIGERIA

From wine we learned patience, waiting for the time necessary to obtain intense sips and an incomparable flavor. A continuous care and research that echo in the reflections of the glasses.

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How Do Natural Gas Vehicles Work?

 Compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles operate much like gasoline-powered vehicles with spark-ignited internal combustion engines.

The engine functions the same way as a gasoline engine.

Natural gas is stored in a fuel tank, or cylinder, typically at the back of the vehicle. The CNG fuel system transfers high-pressure gas from the fuel tank through the fuel lines, where a pressure regulator reduces the pressure to a level compatible with the engine fuel injection system. Finally, the fuel is introduced into the intake manifold or combustion chamber, where it is mixed with air and then compressed and ignited by a spark plug.

Learn more about natural gas vehicles.

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FERRARI: Not exactly unusual encounters in Nigeria

Having a car is something, but having a really fancy and expensive car is a totally different thing.

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Ferrari is known worldwide as the company that doesn’t just sell cars, but sells a dream. Being with Ferrari means being a part of this dream.

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Ferrari’s clients include the world’s wealthiest and most influential people. Yet at the same time, the brand enjoys a high profile, attracting intense interest from the public at large.

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Motor Parts Industry – Lagos

Style icon: Maserati Levante

Fancy owning a sporty Italian SUV with an interior furnished by another Italian style icon? Then you’ll be in an elite group as only five cars from this special collaboration are available.

When it comes to fine Italian fabrics, no other name is held in higher regard than Ermenegildo Zegna. Whether it is clothing discerning gentlemen around the world or dressing up the interiors of luxury automobiles, the brand can always be counted on to deliver the finest results.

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Its latest collaboration with Maserati is tailored to perfection—the marque’s Levante S GranSport SUV now houses Zegna’s exquisite Pelletessuta weaved leather. Instead of fabric yarn, Zegna weaved thin strips of Nappa leather, which are produced via a special process, for a fabric that is not just soft and supple but also enduring. The impressive thing about the fabric is that it is weaved using the traditional weaving method, and it took Zegna years before they perfected this unconventional combination.

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Curfew days in Nigeria…giorni di coprifuoco in Nigeria

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Tormented, frustrated and whipped Nigeria, unable to use democracy and the common sense of peace and humanity.

The enforcement of rights continues to clash with old privileges and widespread ignorance.
The people struggle to improve their existence but still kneel prostrating themselves to popular little false teacher, distributors in the city districts and in the villages of enchanted, false and empty words … The right doctrine is the wisdom of the elderly, family solidarity and the enlightened wisdom of young entrepreneurs.

People rioting on the street seem to be asking to be enslaved by the vices embodied, rejoicing over a brief shower of pennies, drowning in misery and sweat.
Crowds demand justice but most are content to just steal a TV from the mall during the riot.
People swell like angry turkeys in the middle of the streets and ask for blood but believe the speeches of little barons who live off absurd traditions far from the needs of the people and who have never really offered ear or soul to the people.
The people have not yet understood the use of democracy and perhaps, for many, not even the use of logic and intelligence: they only try to scratch some small privileges to their masters, not knowing that the next day they will be poorer than before, still slaves of barons.

In a democracy you can vote, learn to do it, don’t bark and don’t look for shortcuts to democracy.

Poor children of a Greater Nigeria who still, after sixty years of independence, float in the sea of ​​ignorance and seek in history an excuse for their poverty … in a country where Nature offers divine goods … the rules of democracy would be to learn instead of reviving atavistic hatreds.

Strong and honest fathers who work folded under the scorching sun, their children who want and can be equal to young people around the world and courageous entrepreneurs must be the pride of this country … enlightened politicians will be born from them.

The path of democracy is not easy, but it is the only one that can be taken … democracy, civic education, must be taught and learned in the classrooms of schools and universities … non-violence is a teacher of civilization if you have your own goals in the heart.
A great country is built with pride, there is no pride by storming shopping centers or traveling clandestinely on boats to Europe: build your country with courage, passion and honest work.

God bless Nigeria.

by Romano Pisciotti

“Gift of God”

Nigeria tormentata, frustrata e frustata, incapace di usare la democrazia e il comune senso di pace e umanità.

L’ applicazione dei diritti continua a scontrarsi con vecchi privilegi e ignoranza diffusa.
Il popolo lotta per migliorare l’esistenza ma ancora si inginocchia prostrandosi a popolari piccoli falsi maestri distributori, nei quartieri cittadini e nei villaggi, di parole incantate, false e vuote…La giusta dottrina è la saggezza degli anziani, la solidarietà familiare e l’illuminata saggezza di giovani imprenditori.

La gente in rivolta per strada sembra chiedere di essere schiava dei vizi incarnati, esultando per una breve pioggia di penny, lasciandosi annegare nella miseria e nel sudore.
La folla chiede giustizia ma la maggior parte si accontenta di rubare solo una TV al centro commerciale durante la sommossa.
Le persone si gonfiano come tacchini arrabbiati in mezzo alle strade e chiedono sangue ma credono ai discorsi di piccoli baroni che vivono di tradizioni assurde lontane dai bisogni della gente e che non hanno mai veramente offerto orecchio o anima alla gente.
Il popolo non ha ancora capito l’uso della democrazia e forse, per molti, nemmeno l’uso della logica e dell’intelligenza: cercano solo di scalfire qualche piccolo privilegio ai loro padroni, non sapendo che il giorno dopo saranno più poveri di prima, ancora schiavi di baroni.

In una democrazia puoi votare, impara a farlo, non si abbaia e non si cercano scorciatoie alla democrazia.

Poveri figli di una Grande Nigeria che ancora, dopo sessant’anni di indipendenza, galleggiano nel mare dell’ignoranza e cercano nella storia una scusa per la loro povertà… in un paese dove la Natura offre beni divini… le regole della democrazia sarebbero da imparare anzichè far rinascere odi atavici.

I padri forti e onesti che lavorano piegati sotto il sole cocente, i loro figli che vogliono e possono essere uguali ai giovani di tutto il mondo e gli imprenditori coraggiosi devono essere l’orgoglio di questo Paese…da loro nasceranno politici illuminati.

La strada della democrazia non è facile, ma è l’unica percorribile…la democrazia, l’educazione civica, va insegnata e imparata nelle aule delle scuole e delle università…la non violenza è maestra di civiltà se hai i tuoi obbiettivi nel cuore.
Un grande paese si costruisce con l’orgoglio, non c’è orgoglio assaltando i centri commerciali o viaggiando clandestinamente su barconi verso l’Europa: costruisci il tuo paese con coraggio, passione e onesto lavoro.

Dio benedica la Nigeria.

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Courage and passion distinguished family businesses

Courage and passion distinguished family businesses, before finance governed the economy.

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Rome Business School Nigeria, a satellite campus of the Rome Business School based in Rome, Italy is a managerial training and research institute of excellence situated in Ikeja, Lagos.

The Rome Business School Nigeria’s aim is to play a role in closing the gap between the academic world and the job market by providing managerial training courses suited to convey the knowledge necessary to kick-off or develop professional careers or business activities.

Our mission is to train entrepreneurs, managers and professionals to a level of excellence in their competence and their ethical approach to business and work, able to play a part in the development of an economic humanity and of a society more prosperous, fair and respectful of the central role of the individual.

It is without doubt that every country has its uniqueness; specific environment, divergent economies and different market penetration techniques, Rome Business School Nigeria was established to meet the Nigerian needs, while taking into consideration global standards.

Rome Business School Nigeria is not only charged with the responsibility to provide support, advice and help for prospective MBA and Master degree students but also embedded with the capacity to carry out Short Executive Courses training peculiar to the Nigerian environment and targeted towards individuals, companies and the nation building at large.

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Letter of Credit (Rome Business School, Nigeria)

The English word “bank” derives from the Italian term “banco” (or “banca”), in turn stemming from the Frankish word “bank”.

In Italian, “banco” originally referred to a bench with a back, then a bench’s wooden seat, in the 1300s a shop counter, in the 1500s a craftsman workbench. Finally, from the counter where money was exchanged, collected and lent, it came to mean the institution itself offering those services.

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Like for almost everything, you can find the remote origins of the banking system in ancient history. Saving and borrowing services existed among the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia, where private individuals felt the need to entrust their riches to priests, and among the ancient Greeks.

Other than this mainly formal recognition, banking was an Italian invention.

Letter of credit

A letter of credit was one of the most important financial mechanisms that allowed international trade to flourish in the 15th century. As caravans wheeled, and ships sailed around Europe distributing fine goods, the letter of credit became a necessity for travelling merchants.

A letter of credit is an agreement in which the buyer’s bank guarantees to pay the seller’s bank at the time goods/services are delivered. They would be authorised to receive pounds in the London branch, for example, at 40 pence to the florin exactly 90 days after (the timing was always fixed).

Shipping large sums of money over land on a regular basis was too dangerous during this era. For this reason, traders would deposit florins (the Florentine currency of the day) in a Medici bank for a letter of credit.

Herein this tidy little innovation also lay the genius of the Medici wealth-generating machine. During the early Middle Ages, usury (the lending of money for interest) was a cardinal sin- which posed a problem for banking institutions such as the Medicis in a religiously-zealous society. A letter of credit was one of many ways they could disguise the interest within transactions, and refrain from angering the theocracy.

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Continuing our example from above, the London branch of the bank would then turn around and find someone wanting to purchase florins in Florence, but at the rate of 36 pence to a florin (currencies traded in different rates home and away). This little difference of 4 pence per florin gave the cunning Medicis a 22% annual return. In the eyes of the contemporary theologian, this was a currency exchange rather than a sin, absolving them of the judgment of God, whilst making a tidy profit.

 

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Rome Business School…

…strongly believes in an international mission, giving a first role to cross-cultural communication between its students and granting access to managerial education worldwide.

With 31 partners universities worldwide, the Rome Business School is actively in partnership with them in providing this kind of services, such as:

  • Rome Business School Nigeria
  • Fotabe University, Cameroon
  • Brilliance Business School, Egypt
  • Indian Institute of Logistics, India
  • Don Bosco School of Management, India
  • WEBS College, Myanmar
  • MHR Group International, Belarus-Syria
  • AMOS Sport Business School, France
  • Belarusian State University, Belarus
  • Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • St. Mary University, Ethiopia
  • Hindustan College of Arts & Science, India
  • Pace University, USA
  • International Institute of Business, Ukraine
  • MISAP, Italy
  • EAE Business School, Spain
  • Valencian International University, Spain
  • Cyprus Institute of Marketing, Cyprus
  • GBU Europe, Cyprus

International MBA

The International MBA has been designed so that participants can enhance and increase their knowledge in business management and administration, work with the main management tools and strengthen their managerial skills and competences.

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…and if instead I told you that with that type of engine you would save a lot of money because you could make the washing machine work at night using the savings of the time slots without any disturbance of your sleep?
What we have just done is to discuss a technical characteristic (the inverter motor) in a benefit / advantage (savings)

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Rome Business School – Lagos, Nigeria

MPI – IVECO in Nigeria (INVESTMENT)

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Not even COVID 19 will be able to stop the long march on the road to recovery.

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The lower dependence on oil … which continues, however, to constitute a great wealth … the huge investments in agriculture and animal husbandry, the interest of investors in search of unsaturated markets, the protection of local industry … in a country that has the largest domestic market in all of Africa … will lead to the recovery of economic circulation.

The need for new markets will become a priority that will favor large emerging markets, such as Nigeria.

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Road transport will however continue to grow strongly.

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MPI is looking for investor partners to offer new services in the country.

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MPI – Motor Parts Industry

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