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Exploring ethics in Web3. By Ronke Sonaike

The Chief Executive Officer, ID Africa, and one of our Directors here at BHM UK, Femi Falodun made a submission to the PRCA Ethics Council Annual Perspective report on ‘Ethical Issues Surrounding Web3 and AI – PR and Communications Perspective’ and there are some nuggets for every communications enthusiast and internet users in general.   […]

ID Africa CEO, Femi Falodun tasks PR Practitioners To Interrogate Technology Trends in PRCA Ethics Council’s 2022 Annual Perspective Report

The Chief Executive Officer, ID Africa, Femi Falodun has called on professionals to study new trends and critically interrogate how emerging technologies like AI, cryptocurrencies, web3, metaverse, and others can enhance or mar the human experience.    He stated this in his submission to the PRCA Ethics Council’s 2022 Annual Perspective report unveiled on Tuesday.  […]

Seventh Anniversary And The Future Of ID Africa

  Info Digital Africa aka ID Africa, was a child of necessity. I remember clearly that day around 2012 when the idea first occurred to me. I was in conversation with a couple of friends, exchanging notes on operational frustrations when I realised that one of the biggest risks to BHM’s continued growth and success […]

ID Africa At 7: An Unusual Success Story

  While reflecting on ID Africa’s 7th anniversary, I wondered if the company could already be considered as a successful one, and by what metrics should success be measured?    Longevity? After how many years can we officially declare success? Revenue? Profitability? Just how much is enough? Awards and recognition? How prestigious and how many […]

BHM Embarks On Africa Expansion With Launch Of East Africa Operations

A year after its first international expansion via London and Edinburgh, BlackHouse Media, the Nigerian Public Relations and Communications Consultancy says it has now finalised plans to kick off operations in two more countries – in Africa.   Ghana, in West Africa, and Kenya in East Africa will welcome BHM’s continental imprint, ID Africa’s first […]

Africa’s Communication Industry Set For Exciting Future

Key milestone reached this year as Africa gets first-ever dedicated report covering entire sector   BHM Research & Intelligence has announced that starting this year, its annual report on the public relations and communications sector in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, will be expanded to cover the whole continent, adding 53 more countries with a combined […]

BHM’s Finance Lead Oyindamola Benjamin-Black Departs after 8 years

BHM has today announced the exit of its Head of Finance And Business Administration, Oyindamola Benjamin-Black.   Oyindamola will be leaving the company after over eight years, to take on a senior role at Canada’s leading construction supervisory and management company, Capital Paving Inc.   She joined BHM in 2013, as a Financial Accountant and […]

ICCO Global Summit 2021: Panel Session On Skills For The Future Featuring Enitan Kehinde

Moderator: Nick Band, Founder, Berlin PR Speakers: Maxim Behar, CEO, M3 Communications Group; Barbara Phillips, Director, Brownstone Communications; Owen Cullen, Managing Director, Cullen Communications; Enitan Kehinde, General Manager, BHM UK. Nick Well, this panel today is going to be discussing one of the burning issues of our generation really, is how to retain and it’s […]

Preaching the Gospel of Africa: Opportunities for Global Communication Professionals. By Femi Falodun.

On October 17, 2021, I joined the world’s leading PR and communications experts from over 30 countries to attend the ICCO Global Summit in London. The experience was made even more special because BHM, ID Africa’s sister company, was participating as Africa’s first platinum sponsor of the event, and I was also going to be […]

Talent Retention In PR: Building Superstars To Grow The Ecosystem. By Enitan Kehinde.

  What do public relations agencies have in common besides the effects of COVID-19? High employee turnover. While the world is dealing with Coronavirus, the ICCO World PR Report 2020 showed that the global PR industry is also dealing with a pandemic of its own – loss and scarcity of skilled talent. Based on the […]