CBN reopened the portal for MSMEs and households affected by COVID-19 to access up to N25 million.
The impact of the on pandemic micro, small and medium enterprises has been quite massive.
Lockdown around Kano, Lagos, Port Harcourt, and incidentally Kaduna and they constitute a significant part of the applicants that applied for the loans.
This pandemic provides a good opportunity for businesses to do some re-evaluation; ask questions about how to improve efficiency after this blows away.
COVID-19 pandemic is biting hard on businesses like Aviation, Hospitality, Cinema among others
The implementation of the fifth National Action Plan has been put on hold due to the work disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Economic activities are slowing down, businesses need to stop burning cash and start accumulating as much cash as possible.
Most Nigerian tech startups face a dire future and how they manage through this unprecedented crisis could determine whether to survive or die.
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...