Anne-Marie Amadi-Emina

Anne-Marie Amadi-Emina

Creative sector Analyst

Bio

Anne-Marie is the Creative Industries Analyst at Stears Business. She holds a First Class degree in Business Administration, with experience in management consulting and the creative industry. She is passionate about all things fashion in Africa.

  • Alma Mater: Bingham University
  • Email: marie_amadiemina@stearsng.com

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Does Nigeria need an O2 or Wembley arena?

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29 MAR 2022

Does Nigeria need an O2 or Wembley arena?

We look at what it would take to improve Nigeria's concert venues

Why airlines should charge some passengers more

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10 MAR 2022

Why airlines should charge some passengers more

A look into the economic reasons behind the 100% price hike in domestic flight tickets and if airlines can sustain it.

Pay-TV vs Streaming: Who will win the eyes of Nigerians?

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21 FEB 2022

Pay-TV vs Streaming: Who will win the eyes of Nigerians?

A look into video entertainment business strategies for the average Nigerian consumer.

Can your next holiday fuel jobs for the Nigerian economy?

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10 FEB 2022

Can your next holiday fuel jobs for the Nigerian economy?

If properly managed, the tourism sector can provide immense employment opportunities

Why Nigerian football clubs are not successful

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31 JAN 2022

Why Nigerian football clubs are not successful

An assessment of run-down Nigerian football clubs in Nigeria.

Why are some Nollywood scripts so subpar?

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18 JAN 2022

Why are some Nollywood scripts so subpar?

An analysis of scriptwriting in Nigeria's movie industry.

What to expect from travel and film in 2022

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04 JAN 2022

What to expect from travel and film in 2022

Why Stears Business predicts resilience and boom for travel and film industry in 2022.

Digital fashion is not ready to disrupt the clothing industry

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07 DEC 2021

Digital fashion is not ready to disrupt the clothing industry

The Business of Fashion Weeks

Does Nigeria need a state-owned airline?

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10 NOV 2021

Does Nigeria need a state-owned airline?

A national flag carrier might not be the best decision for Nigeria’s aviation sector.

Why small business owners still struggle with Fintechs

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05 NOV 2021

Why small business owners still struggle with Fintechs

Exploring the Nigerian SME apathy towards Fintech solutions.

NFTs can give Nigeria’s digital art players a big break, but the costs are steep

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25 OCT 2021

NFTs can give Nigeria’s digital art players a big break, but the costs are steep

The art value chain is complex, here is how NFTs can help.

Will digital fashion labs change the way we shop?

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14 OCT 2021

Will digital fashion labs change the way we shop?

In search of sustainable style, tech moves to boost fashion.

Unpacking the freemium strategy for African businesses

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05 OCT 2021

Unpacking the freemium strategy for African businesses

The impact of slashed premium prices in Africa.

Battle for Benin Bronzes: Should Nigeria fight for their return?

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21 SEP 2021

Battle for Benin Bronzes: Should Nigeria fight for their return?

The pros and cons of returning Edo’s priced artefacts.

The business of creating music: From the eyes of a Nigerian artist

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16 SEP 2021

The business of creating music: From the eyes of a Nigerian artist

Unravelling the business of music in Nigeria.

The startup pivot: Payporte's story

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25 AUG 2021

The startup pivot: Payporte's story

The when, why and how to pivot a startup business

Can open sky policies improve intra-African air travel?

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05 AUG 2021

Can open sky policies improve intra-African air travel?

Challenges and solutions for intra-Africa air travel.

Nigeria’s gamblers are many, but are they protected?

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19 JUL 2021

Nigeria’s gamblers are many, but are they protected?

A consumer growth and regulatory assessment of Nigeria's gambling industry.

Post-lockdown: How Nigerian hotels are staging a comeback

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07 JUL 2021

Post-lockdown: How Nigerian hotels are staging a comeback

What the road to recovery looks like for hotels in Nigeria.

Why Nigeria’s fashion workers are booked, busy but underpaid

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23 JUN 2021

Why Nigeria’s fashion workers are booked, busy but underpaid

Into the world of Nigeria’s overworked and underpaid fashion workers.