Nigerian serial entrepreneur and former CEO of Konga, Sim Shagaya, has shared some insights into the challenges facing Nigerian entrepreneurs today.
Nigerian energy startup, Arnergy has raised about $9 million in a Series A round of funding, led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures.
The 2016 movie The Founder is packed with important lessons for entrepreneurs. It draws open the curtains and takes you behind the scenes, revealing the secrets to how Ray Kroc turned McDonald’s into one of the biggest fast food restaurants in the world.
There appears to be a ray of hope for the citizens of Africa's most populated country, Nigeria, as the latest report released by the...
As Nigerians anticipate President Buhari's ministerial list, the immediate past Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed has declared interest for re-appointment
O’Concept, the QSR reengineering snack-on-the-go to flip the market
A Nigerian financial expert, Kalu Aja via his Twitter page shared tips on how entrepreneurs can write a business plan for funds assessment.
WePrototype Technologies, a new technology company in Nigeria, unveiled its brand on Tuesday, June 11th, in Lagos, to provide the latest Google technologies to Nigerians. This will be combined with prototyping to build mobile apps for professionals.
Before we dive right into how to respond to negative reviews about your business, it is important to note that what you say and how you say it matters a lot.
If you are a small business owner, @akinalabi have this advise for you about advertising on a limited budget. #FridayFeeling #SME
Google Nigeria has announced the launch of its Google Digital skills for Africa programme which kickedoff in Aba and other neighboring communities in Abia state, where entrepreneurs are being trained, especially manufacturers.
@Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa Class 3, which comprised of 12 startups, successfully raised $9 million (N3.24 billion) and had created over 120 jobs.
As an entrepreneur, starting a business can be exciting, however there are certain tips you should take note of before starting any business.
A non-government organisation (NGO), Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Initiative (SEEDi) has urged the Federal Government to produce a Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) development plan in Nigeria.