The Guardian hosts marketing and media executives in Lagos
By Guardian Exclusive
26 January 2020 | 8:32 am
The Guardian Group recently had an interaction with top marketing and media executives. It was an opportunity for everyone present to get to know everything about The Guardian’s media empire. Watch and you too could learn more about our various products and what we stand for.
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