- Area of Specialization: Strategic Business Development, Marketing Communication
- Department of Business Administration & Marketing
- Ekakitie-Emonena Sunny had his early education in Eku, in the then Midwest of Nigeria and James Welch Grammar school Emevor. He further studied at the University of Lagos, Akoka where he got his B.Sc degree in Business Administration, and subsequently M.Sc in Marketing. His Doctoral degree is from the University of Benin, Benin City. Dr. Sunny EKAKITIE started his academic career in March 2004 with the department of business administration and marketing faculty of Management Sciences where he currently teaches business and marketing courses.
He has been on several committees in the University notably the Strategic Planning Committee (2016 -2019), University Accreditation Committee (Asaba Campus) of Delta State University where he performed cretitably well. He is currently the Senate Rep of the Faculty of Management Sciences. He is a Senior Lecturer with specialization in Marketing.
He teaches in the National OPEN University of Nigeria (part time) and he is a member of several academic and professional bodies such as National institute of Management (NIM), National institute of marketing and The Academy of Management Nigeria (TAMN).
His research interest spans Marketing communications, consumer behaviour , strategic business development and Marketing. He has over 45 scholarly publications to his credit in both national and international journals of repute.
He has presented several scholarly lectures and articles to organised professional bodies, institutions and government across Nigeria. He is married with children. His hubbies are in community work and public communications.
- 1. 1. Ekakitie-Emonena Sunny (2019) Managing Turbulent Business Environment in Nigeria: A Model Approach, Journal of Education and Behavioural Science
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- 2. 2. Agbada O. Andrew and Ekakitie Emonena Sunny (2016) Empirical Analysis of Primary Mortgage Institutions Fundamentals and Gross Domestic Product Increase in Nigeria, International Journal of Applied Finance and Accounting
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