Creating support for SMEs at The Funding Space 2019
The Funding Space held its 3rd Annual Convening on September 12 -13, 2019 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos. This year’s theme was Social Change Intersections in Africa and had in attendance...
I’ve always wanted to contribute the little I can to better myself and the economy at large’
My name is Mabel Makun. I am an interior designer who recently completed a short course in interior styling for commercial and residential at The University of The Art London Central Saints.
Poor financial literacy is responsible for the gap in Nigeria’s financial inclusion
Omilola Oshikoya International is a wealth and finance advisory, training and coaching company founded in 2015 by Africa’s wealth connoisseur, Omilola Oshikoya. Recently launching the Tech World of Finance under Wofin Tech Limited, a subsidiary, she talks to TOBI AWODIPE on what WOFIN is all about and how it can help reduce the financial inclusion…
‘Nannies are doing an amazing job, they deserve to be celebrated’
I worked as a classroom teacher for close to 10 years and when I was working there, I had cause to interact with a lot of domestic staff, nannies, drivers and so on.
‘We can begin to unravel the enormous potential of our billion-dollar leather industry’
A recent 2019 report has revealed that Nigeria's leather industry is projected to generate up to $1 billion by 2025. As the nation seeks to diversify its source of economic growth beyond oil exports...
‘We create opportunities for women business owners to take advantage of our platform’
I grew with parents who were entrepreneurs. I must have been bitten by the bug. So it was not much of a mental struggle to start.
AGS Enterprise Challenge empowers three startups
The AGS Enterprise Challenge from the AGS Tribe this week held the grand finale of this year’s enterprise challenge where three women-owned businesses were given a total of N3 million to expand and grow their businesses.
‘Packaging Okpehe and locust beans the way I did still amazes people’- Akoh Rose Ojochide
All that I am today, and will be tomorrow would be hugely Influenced by my upbringing. I was privileged to have had a father who could see the future...
‘You don't have to be a billionaire to make a positive impact’ – Oluwatola Assan
In 2006, Tola had the privilege to travel to the United States to further her education, she graduated in 2010 and obtained a bachelor of science in business administration from Middle Tennessee State University, She also 2012 obtained a Master of Business Administration in general management and a second Master of Business Administration in Supply…