Nisa marks year end on positive note


The board members, Nisa managers, staff and students in a souvenir photo yesterday

He said Nisa’s total revenue was higher than in 2010, but expenses were higher, eating into Nisa’s profits, calling on the 35-strong team to work harder and try to cut spending next year.

2011 has been the first full year of autonomous existence for Nisa, which publishes Seychelles Nation and offers high class and fair-priced pre-press services for other printers.

When Nisa was created, President James Michel – who holds the portfolio for information – said its creation was a major step in the development of a reliable and sustainable information service to the public.

In line with his call, Seychelles Nation has already added pages from the previous 12 on weekdays to the current 20 for the newspaper to carry more local news and advertisements, benefitting the country’s now largely private sector driven economy being the newspaper with the widest circulation in Seychelles.

Nisa staff were also presented with certificates for a course in team building they followed at the Seychelles Institute of Management earlier this year.

Also present at the ceremony were students following their work attachment at Nisa.

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