Multinational Companies in Nigeria: The Ultimate List

Where are the best companies to work in? Which companies have some of the highest paid staffs? Which companies hosts some of the best working environment? And some other important questions are crucial for prospective employees and the simple answer is really simple – Multinationals!

Multinational companies are internationally acclaimed companies with very high competitive working environment and a workforce consisting of high skilled professionals who can be said to be well paid for every service rendered to the progress and development of the company.

Multinational companies in Nigeria spread across various platforms and line of production from Oil and Gas, Telecommunications, Health and Wellness, Consumables and so on and they boast some of the highest paid workforce in Nigeria. Multinationals also allows the opportunity of career expansion for employees and a very conducive working environment.

It might be considered silly for any job seeker to turn down a job offer from a multinational company in favour of a privately run organization since it’s always considered an upgrade for every employee to land a multinational job offer.

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Below is a list of top multinational companies in Nigeria:

  1. Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Oil & Gas Multinational
  2. Chevron Oil & Gas Multinational
  3. Mobil Oil & Gas Multinational
  4. Total Oil & Gas Multinational
  5. Nestlé Nigeria FMCG Multinational
  6. Halliburton Energy Oil & Gas Multinational
  7. Unilever FMCG Multinational
  8. KPMG Consulting Multinational
  9. Etisalat Nigeria Telecommunication Multinational
  10. Julius Berger Construction Multinational
  11. Cadbury FMCG Multinational
  12. Google Technology Multinational
  13. CocaCola FMCG Multinational
  14. P&G FMCG Multinational
  15. PZ FMCG Multinational
  16. GE Conglomerate Multinational
  17. Guinness FMCG Multinational
  18. GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceticals Multinational
  19. Friesland Foods WAMCO FMCG Multinational
  20. British American Tobacco FMCG Multinational
  21. Schlumberger Oil & Gas Multinational
  22. United Nations International Organization Multinational
  23. Baker Hughes Oil & Gas Multinational
  24. Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) Consulting Multinational
  25. 7up Bottling Company FMCG Multinational
  26. Lafarge Cement Construction Multinational
  27. UAC FMCG Multinational
  28. MTN Telecommunication Multinational
  29. Airtel Nigeria Telecommunication Multinational
  30. Accenture Consulting Multinational
  31. Stanbic IBTC Banking Multinational
  32. UNICEF Non-Profit Multinational
  33. Addax Oil & Gas Multinational
  34. Standard Chartered Bank Banking Multinational
  35. WHO Non-Profit Multinational
  36. ENI (Saipem) formerly AGIP Oil & Gas Multinational
  37. DHL Logistics Multinational
  38. USAID Non-Profit Multinational
  39. IBM Technology Multinational
  40. MAERSK GROUP Conglomerate Multinational
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Landing a job at one of the Multinationals can offer you the much needed break-out needed in your career and asides the money – salary, multinationals also offer travel opportunities for international trainings, workshops and seminars. Also, there’s the benefit of creating connection, for future purposes and probable recommendations. If your plan is to work for a while and save a big part of your salary to start a business, then you can count yourself lucky if you bag a multinational appointment early enough.

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