British American Tobacco Nigeria

British American Tobacco Nigeria Reviews

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British American Tobacco Nigeria Managing Director Beverley Spencer-Obatoyinbo
Beverley Spencer-Obatoyinbo
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    Good place to work, awesome culture and lots of pressure

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    I have been working at British American Tobacco Nigeria


    Great culture. Everybody is on a first name basis making it easier to have conversations and relate. Awesome mentoriship program, lots of unofficial mentoring as well, Okay pay


    Lots of pressure and deadlines

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    Clear promotion criteria

    Positive Outlook
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British American Tobacco Nigeria Interviews

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    BAT Commercial Management Trainnee 2013 Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Lagos (Nigeria)
    Anonymous Employee in Lagos (Nigeria)
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    I applied online – interviewed at British American Tobacco Nigeria in October 2013.

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    Long annoying process that gets worse as you get one, the place is reali nice and they are well paid over there

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Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

ritish American Tobacco (Nigeria) Limited is a fully owned subsidiary of the British American Tobacco Group.

British American Tobacco has had an operational presence in Nigeria since 1912. The Group held a 60% shareholding value in the Nigerian Tobacco Company (NTC) while a 40% shareholding value was held by the Nigerian Government. By 1978, there were three operating factories located at Ibadan, Port-Harcourt and Zaria.

However, the domestic industry experienced a decline when an influx of illicit trade and the deteriorating infrastructure created an uncertain... More

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