Posts Tagged ‘Nigeria’
“A friend of mine described Nollywood as someone performing heart surgery using forks and knives. But the genius of it is that the patient survives.”
For at least five centuries, people in the northern Nigerian city of Kano have dyed cloth in open-air pits and sold it across the region.
A new generation of Nigerian consumers is drawing retailers from all over the world.
My recent visit to Lagos has changed my perception of Nigeria’s commercial capital.
Accurate market data is often hard to come by in many African countries.
“I think the best thing about Nigeria, specifically Lagos, is the energy of the work culture.”
Uber has launched its taxi app in South Africa and Nigeria.
Internet-loving Nigerians slow to adopt web banking.
Nigeria ranks among the top five nations globally where low-income families struggle to access affordable housing.
“I’m a strong advocate of work-life balance.”
Africa offers potentially lucrative returns for both local and international companies with a knack for spotting opportunities and the ability to think outside the box.
How we made it in Africa interviews the entrepreneurs behind SimplePay.
With Nigeria’s property market becoming more sophisticated, new prime grade commercial developments offers a number of opportunities.
What is coming to your mind thinking of Africa’s most populated country?
The Investment Corporation of Dubai recently took a minority stake in Nigeria’s Dangote Cement.