Businesses resume in Imo State as Abia, Anambra residents observe IPOB’s sit-at-home order
Imo residents, yesterday, resumed business and other activities in observance of the suspension of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra’s (IPOB) sit-at-home order.
Experts seek functional collateral registry to fund women’s businesses
Stakeholders that gathered at a workshop organised by the development Research and projects Centre (dRPC), under the Partnership For Advancing Women Economic Development (PAWED) in Lagos
We will transform Onitsha port in two months, says Yusuf
Managing Director of Inland Containers Nigeria Limited (ICNL), Ismail Yusuf, spoke to ADAKU ONYENUCHEYA on the impacts of bureaucracy on port businesses.
Nigerian businesses shun IPOs, raise N3.09tr via commercial papers
Rising issuance of Commercial Papers (CPs) in Debt Capital Market (DCM) over regular equities financing has become a source of worry to capital market operators, as stakeholders fear that the trend...
Running A Business In Today’s Nigeria? Borrow, Buy And Sell
“High turnover businesses can use loans as a hedge against inflation. Since the national currency value drops rapidly during such economic slowdown, when repaying such loans, what is being paid is actually a fraction of the amount borrowed in real terms-” Akin Monehin A country experiences inflation when there is a continuous increase in the…
250,000 businesses to benefit from new economic recovery programme
Arifu and Praekelt.org, supported by Google.org (Google) philanthropy platform, have launched a suite of free interactive training and information to help small businesses
Stakeholders charge SMEs on governance structure, credit management
Stakeholders, including the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and commercial banks, have urged small businesses to embrace a strong governance structure and proper credits management
‘TAAS launch will boost agric, other businesses’
The Association of African Start-ups (TAAS) has opened a new window of opportunity for entrepreneurs and small and medium businesses to expand their various lines of business. Chief Executive Officer of TAAS, Omayemi Sage, who disclosed this during the launch of the TAAS Learning hub in Gbagada, Lagos, said the initiative cuts various sectors like…
Author reschedules presentation of private equity book to November 17
A renowned author and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Professor Fabian Ajogwu has rescheduled the virtual presentation of his book titled, ‘The law and practice of private equity’. The book examines the concept of private equity and highlights its significance as an alternative financing model that helps to bridge the funding gaps for businesses and…
‘How businesses can check NPLs, organisational incompetence’
The lack of executive competence, especially in the banking industry and among many businesses, account for the bulk of Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) in Nigeria. It has also raised the mortality rate of new and legacy firms, stakeholders have said. According to the Lead Consultant, Executive Intervention Consult (EIC), Leke Olufade, most organisations are…