Posts Tagged ‘Nigeria’
Oyelaja Oyekan tells How we made it in Africa about his inspiration for starting PrayerBox and his entrepreneurial journey.
“The long-term, fundamental case for Nigeria looks strong to us for several reasons.”
Opposition’s unprecedented win is an opportunity to tackle inequality, diversify Nigeria’s economy and encourage investment.
The massive drop in petroleum prices may be a blessing in disguise for many African countries.
Joseph Rohm, portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management, shares his thoughts on the recent Nigerian elections.
Investors focused on Africa say Nigeria offers huge opportunities, but also huge challenges.
“Entrepreneurial principles are universal, but they need to be utilised in context,” said Gamsole’s founder.
A look at Nigerian business culture and the incentives that will give companies a much needed edge over their competitors.
Nigerian banking continues to face significant headwinds – in relation to both revenue and costs.
One way companies can create an affinity with African consumers is by working with a local celebrities to endorse their brand.
“Our mission is to provide locally-produced food products to Nigerian consumers in a way that is profitable and sustainable.”
The year ahead holds incredible opportunity – as well as considerable risk.
According to property portal Lamudi, likely real estate opportunities in 2015 lie in emerging cities.
Nigeria could be argued to present the best opportunity for many investors looking at the African continent.
“The way one gets out of a big hole in business, is very simple – stop digging,” says Maneesh Garg.