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O’Neill backs Paga as “the number one way to pay and get paid in Nigeria”.
Expand your boundaries and be persistent, advises Dr Betty Gikonyo.
A recent report highlights social media trends in Africa’s biggest economy.
Entrepreneurs are economic development assets a country should support, says Christo Botes.
Her medical training stood Dr Betty Gikonyo in good stead to become CEO of The Karen Hospital.
“We as Nigerians always believe that foreign brands are better than locally made brands… which poses a challenge to us.”
Kenyan entrepreneur Sriram Bharatam shares his thoughts.
The South African economy presents opportunities for entrepreneurs.
The Carlyle Group has seen greater than expected investor interest in a fund focused solely on sub-Saharan Africa.
“Entrepreneurs often feel that corporate governance takes up precious time and energy that they would prefer to put into running their business.”
Economic progress does not just depend on having impressive numbers of GDP growth, high-rise buildings or first-class highways.
Investors interested in Nigeria should be prepared, and be in it for the long term.
From pet food to dating to rentals, 88mph has a range of startups under its wing.
The Easy Taxi Nigeria app links customers with reputable drivers in Lagos and Abuja.
Better farming methods and political commitment are ways to improve the agricultural industry.