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Keep Your Eyes on The Ball

If you are a startup founder or an enthusiast, you shouldn't be ignorant of the fact that starting, running and scaling a business is about ten times harder than working as an employee. There are 1001 issues or challenges, whether self- inflicted or systemic…

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Recognising an Expiring or Expired Business Model

March 28, 2016 - 8:57 am in Business & Money, Entrepreneurship

Everything in life one way or the other experiences expiration, humans including working business models. It is one inevitable fact many business founders…

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Afrinolly Launches Africa’s Solution To Film Piracy

February 2, 2016 - 9:27 am in Business & Money, News & Media, Press Release, Technology

Afrinolly MarketPlace is the latest in a series of iteration undergone by the Afrinolly App – a solution that has brought us the best of African entertainment.…

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Netflix Launches in Nigeria, SA and other 190 Countries

January 7, 2016 - 8:08 am in Analysis & Opinions, Business & Money, News & Media

The video streaming giant recently launched the Netflix platform to it global audience. The new #NetflixEverywhere campaign has the potential to change the game of video consumption. I worry how and indeed be would interesting to see Nigeria's Iroko and NerveMobile…

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Failed African Tech Start-ups and Co-founder Issues: 7 Likely Oversights

October 8, 2015 - 8:25 am in Business & Money, News & Media, Startups

The choice of who you will found your tech business with is the most important decision you will make in the process, particularly as a first-time founder. A number of school of thoughts have described the co-founder relationship as a "Business Marriage".…

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Asuqu, Esaja, SafeMotos and Team Tigo enter to Think Incubator Program

Tech incubator think announced four new entrants to its incubator as part of a new T(h)ink Accelerated program. In addition to think’s signature 6-month “core” program, the company has developed a high-intensity 3-month offering. This new track will…

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Interesting Points I Learnt from Attending Marketplace Global 2015

June 29, 2015 - 9:01 am in Business & Money, Interviews, Startups

Nearly all big corporations globally started out some as start-ups some really big; Dangote Group, Bill Gates, Apple Microsoft among others. Even though they have been described as small-scale problem solvers and young people have always been encouraged to…

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Mobile Commerce for Communities: Huge Potential for the Near Future

Grocery shopping can be made easier and faster in-spite of the gains made by Nigeria’s e-commerce giants such as Konga and Jumia. Community based e-commerce and delivery service can just be the next big thing, especially with the huge demand for instant…

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Trust or Skills: What is More Important in a CoFounder?

You're building something together with a co-founder but then always arguing every 5 minutes about "this way" or "that way" is one the major test of your relationship with your cofounder. Should you just ignore this and focus strictly on his or her skills…

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5 Nigerian Startups with Customers Services as Manifested in These Tweets

Seriously is not PR but some interesting startups I have personally experience their service and enjoyed how they fixed problems. A typical instance was Ugo CoFounder of Transit personally addressed a rude behavior from a driver to Konga CEO personally delivering…