Agro-tech entrepreneurs, others advocate inclusion of data-driven farmers
Agro-tech entrepreneurs and innovators have recommended utilisation of technology and data to include small-holder farmers in higher productivity and change the tide of correlation
Entrepreneurs leverage technology to transform Africa’s logistics sector
As technologies continue to carve out roles in the global logistics industry, entrepreneurs are already leveraging on it to transform the sector in Nigeria. African logistics companies are using innovative technologies to facilitate more transparency and effective bidding tool
4 Things Your Company Should Do Before Lockdown
While the coronavirus pandemic eats through the world, it is important not to overlook the little things. In a bid to curb the spread of the virus, President Muhammadu Buhari has called for a 14-day lockdown of Lagos, Abuja and Ogun states. Which means movement around these states will be closely monitored and restricted unless…
‘Women should not be afraid to leave their comfort zones and diversify their professional backgrounds’
Chinenye Monde-Anumihe has built a career weaving the fields of international relations and human rights with business and development. She has years of international experience working in Anglophone and Francophone Africa, Europe, and the United States for business, government and non-profit organizations engaging C and D-level executives, Heads of State and senior government officials. An…
Expert tasks entrepreneurs on business survival
Former President of Nigeria Employers Consultative Association, (NECA), Chief Osunkeye has advised entrepreneurs in the country to operate with sound business principles to survive the harsh environment...
With IFest, lifeline comes for young talents, entrepreneurs
In a bid to harness talents that will advance the course of humanity and address the societal problems and challenges facing Africa in some critical sectors, a pan-African platform,
Experts list power, government policies as obstacles to economic growth
Professionals have attributed Nigeria’s economic downturn largely to unfavourable government policies and unreliable power supply.
Raising next generation of entrepreneurs
During Nigeria’s colonization, developing entrepreneurial or vocational skills were not at the centre of the colonialist minds when they wanted to rule us and impose their form of civilization. Instead of trying to understand our traditional skills and natural potential, the colonial masters concentrated more on what they viewed was of utmost importance, which was…