Our Clients

Stanbic IBTC Group PLC

Stanbic IBTC is a member of Standard Bank Group, Africa's largest banking group by assets. Stanbic IBTC operates as a holding company in Nigeria, with 9 subsidiary companies including Stanbic IBTC Bank, Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers, Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers and others. XLR8 has consistently managed the communications portfolio of this formidable institution including all of its subsidiaries in Nigeria for several years, earning for itself, regular commendation from the client.

British American Tobacco Nigeria

XLR8 has since 2014 managed communications for British American Tobacco Nigeria, a highly ethically run multinational operation with an over century-long presence in Nigeria.

Samsung

Samsung is one of the world's leading technology corporations. XLR8 began consulting for the Information Technology and Mobile Division in 2012. By 2015, our portfolio was expanded to include other divisions including Consumer Electronics and Business-to-Business. XLR8 has assisted Samsun in the launch and market deployment of such blockbuster brands as the Samsung Galaxy S9, the Samsung Note 9, the Ultra High Definition Samsung Television and many more over the years.

BASF

BASF is the world's leading producer of chemicals. XLR8 consults for this blue-chip multinational in Nigeria

Historic Clients

Guinness Nigeria

XLR8 consulted for this globally renowned multinational corporation from 2015 to the third quarter of 2018.

MTN Nigeria

XLR8 managed communications and public relations for MTN from 2007 to 2015 and again in the first quarter of 2018. In between we provided content management and development services for the organization from 2016 to the end of 2017.

Cisco

XLR8 launched Cisco into Nigeria in 2006 and thereafter was responsible for managing its overall communications portfolio until 2015.

Multichoice Nigeria

XLR8 managed communications for this lofty brand consistently from 2008 to the end of 2017.

Ericsson

XLR8 managed communications for LM Ericsson from 2005 to 2007 and again from 2010 to 2014.

Nokia

XLR8 was appointed in September 2005 by Nokia Customer and Market Operations (mobile devices) to manage its public relations in Nigeria. XLR8 guided Nokia towards successfully setting up a physical presence in Nigeria, managing the series of processes that culminated in its formal launch in April 2006.

XLR8 relinquished the Nokia business in August 2006.

Unity Bank Plc

XLR8 was appointed by Unity Bank in 2007 to oversee the entire communications management of its products portfolio. We implemented an integrated mix of communications activities that included a first ever privately organized Durbar in Nigeria. In the aftermath, the products attained considerable awareness and market uptake, while the brand visibility of Unity Bank itself was considerably shored up, helping to bolster overall market place performance. Indeed, its share price rose by close to 60 percent in the aftermath of the implementation of the various marketing initiatives.

IBM West Africa

XLR8 was responsible for managing the entire communications portfolio of IBM West Africa from January 2005 to April 2007. In that period, we significantly shored up the IBM brand name and re-established prime visibility and reckoning for the brand especially in its key business markets.

IBM upstaged its competition in the ICT industry in the area of visibility and key stakeholder reckoning, with attendant positive spin-offs on its revenues and bottomline.