Archive for the ‘Nigeria’ category
Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub, could soon have a US$45 billion economy.
“Private sector development has a much greater potential to improve self-sufficiency and prosperity than charity.”
A new report looks at the various investment opportunities for those seeking returns from Africa’s growth story.
“I find that the youth are in too much of a hurry. Successful businesses are built one step at a time.”
One person who knows all about the unique challenges of the Nigerian e-commerce market is Sim Shagaya, founder of Konga.com.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to the management of Continental Re, Nigeria’s largest re-insurance company.
As an entrepreneur, Jason Njoku achieved success in a most unlikely way: he is Africa’s largest distributor of Nigerian movies.
Nigeria is changing rapidly. The size of the economy may expand 40-60% overnight, new online sales channels are booming, and the security situation is deteriorating.
African start-up and mobile phone maker, Mi-Fone, says it is finalising plans to establish a US$30 million manufacturing plant in Nigeria.
How we made it in Africa talks to Sim Shagaya, founder of Nigerian online store, Konga.com, and daily deal website, DealDey.com.
Northern Nigerian farmers boast about land that could be some of the most productive for sugar in West Africa.
Saheed Adepoju is co-founder of the Encipher Group, a Nigerian company famed for producing the country’s first tablet computer.
How we made it in Africa talks to Louw Burger, a South African-born businessman running a cassava processing company in Nigeria.
Nigeria offers investment potential for companies looking to capitalise off the population’s increased consumer spending power.
“As Africa’s economic development hubs continue to grow, so does the movement of business and leisure travel within the continent.”