The Central Bank of Nigeria's Bankers Committee is now ready to begin paying out the N500 million loans to creative industry SMEs under the Creative Industry Financing Initiative.
In a bid to make international business payments faster and easier, digital money transfer company, WorldRemit, has launched WorldRemit for Business.
Three African Startups have won $75,000 at the just concluded MEST Africa Summit in Kenya. The event was meant to have one winner, but organisers chose to award the three finalists of the MEST Africa Challenge.
Ghanaian startup, Trukrtech, has emerged the winner of TechCircle’s Pitch2Win competition, 2019. As a result, the company received equity-free funding valued at N1 million.
Fintech firm, Extramile Africa, has offered N4 million worth of soft loans to drive financial inclusion and social empowerment for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
Unforeseen circumstances that occur anytime when it comes to running a business. However, with the right insurance covers, you can scale through such times without tears.
The CEO of Coronation Merchant Bank, Abu Jimoh, has advised Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) on the need to embrace equity financing forSMEs.
Lack of credit facility has, for long, been a limiting factor for entrepreneurs in Nigeria. But that can be fixed with the Diamond Business Advantage proposition powered by Access Bank.
Are you ready to quit your day job to run a business of your own? This is a question most entrepreneurs often find themselves struggling to answer. If you are one of them, here are four things you must consider.
Ever so often, we witness the establishment of many low-funded businesses, as people find ways to make money or create side incomes for themselves. In Nigeria, small businesses can arguably be referred to as the bedrock of the economy.
The Founder and former CEO of NairaBet, Akin Alabi, recently shared a new business idea via his Twitter page, whilst urging his followers who are capable of it to harness the idea.
For a long time, economic experts around the world have been reiterating the need for countries to harness the potentials locked in the SMEs sector towards boosting the GDP.
Raising equity funding for your startup is a long, difficult, and often demoralizing process. However, if you are successful, you walk away with money that will help your startup grow and become everything you hope it could become.
We have put together a couple of tips to help founders and entrepreneurs, so that the next time you pitch to a panel of Venture Capital investors, you can “kill it” and walk away with the cheque.
Recently, there was trending news about Zinox Group's Chairman, Leo Stan Ekeh, calling on Nigeria to embrace disruptive entrepreneurs as a means of achieving immeasurable economic growth.
As an entrepreneur, there’s only one goal you should be aiming at – "To turn your business into a wealth-creating asset of value.’’ This perspective is according to renowned Venture Capitalist and Business Growth Accelerator, Pavlo Phitidis.
Internet marketing is a necessity for every business that wants to go far. Having an online presence will help you establish your expertise.
Basically, emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to recognise, understand, and manage one’s feelings and emotions, as well as those of others.
In a world where everyone is looking for extra income through numerous side hustles, it is a great idea to know how best to balance one's regular day job so that it does not conflict with the hustle.
When Mira Mehta made the decision to relocate to Nigeria in 2014, her father questioned her choice of residence.
Have you just obtained the funds you need to start your startup? Kudos! Now, let's talk about how you can properly manage that money to ensure the success of your business.
See the complete list of the shortlisted applicants for the 2019 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme.
Popular Nigerian realtor and human rights activist, Mr Segun Awosanya, has explained why many Nigerian startups fail.
Statistics show that 80 per cent of small businesses started in Nigeria fail within the first five years. This alarming rate of business failure...