Our Clients

Guinness Nigeria

Guinness is a formidable and globally iconic brand. Guinness Nigeria produces several very well-known alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as well as spirits. Some of these include Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Malta Guinness, and Orijin. XLR8 has since July 2015, been responsible for managing the corporate public relations of Guinness Nigeria.

British American Tobacco Nigeria

XLR8 assumed responsibility for managing communications and public affairs for this leading multinational corporation in the aftermath of a competitive pitch exercise, in May 2014.


XLR8 has since January 2016 been responsible for concept-, content-development and production of MTN's internal and external publications. As is typical, our output has often met with gasps of delight at the sheer robustness and innovativeness of these materials


Samsung is one of the world's leading technology corporations. XLR8 began consulting for the Information Technology and Mobile Division of Samsung Electronics West Africa in 2012 and since 2015, all the corporation's divisions including Consumer Electronics and Business-to-Business. XLR8 has assisted Samsung in the launch and market deployment of such blockbuster brands as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the Samsung Ultra High Definition Television, Samsung Galaxy S5, and many others.

Stanbic IBTC Group PLC

Stanbic IBTC is a member of Standard Bank Group, Africa's biggest bank. It is a holding company in Nigeria with 10 subsidiary organizations including the Bank, Pension Fund Administrators, Asset Management organization, Trustee Management, Stockbroking Management and others. XLR8 has since 2009 been responsible for managing the communications portfolio of the entire Stanbic IBTC organization. Our work has been entailed enhanced brand visibility and the conceptualization and deployment lauded several times by the organization.

Multichoice Nigeria

Multichoice is Africa's leading pay television services provider. In Nigeria, together with its subsidiary organizations, MNET and SuperSport, it provides quality news and entertainment services to hundreds of thousands of homes, offices and mobile devices.

XLR8 has managed the communications portfolio of Multichoice since August 2008.

Cisco, Nigeria & Ghana

Cisco is the world's leading provider of networking services for the internet and one of the world's leading technology organizations, providing connectivity for people everywhere. Since helping to launch Cisco into Nigeria in 2006, XLR8 has been responsible on a continuous basis, for managing all Cisco's communications portfolio in Nigeria, and on a few occasions, some English-Speaking West African countries.

Historic Clients


MTN is Nigeria's biggest telecom company, with over 62 million active subscribers as at July 2015.

XLR8 managed communications for this leading subsidiary of Africa's biggest cellular communications company from May 2007 to June 2015, a period that coincides with its most rapid growth (MTN grew from less than 20 million subscribers to over 62 million subscribers in that period).

XLR8 received tonnes of commendation from MTN's executive management as well as other stakeholders, for its work on the MTN brand during this period.

XLR8 also managed the corporate social investment vehicle of the organization, the MTN Foundation, during this period.


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.