Nigeria, as with other parts of the world, has a high rate of failure in startup businesses, thus making entrepreneurship daunting

SINCE THE DANCE METAPHOR in relation to which the entrepreneur was portrayed as a three-legged dancer proved so useful in setting the

Nigeria can generate over $10 billion from local and international trade in honey and other hive products annually. Yet the country
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The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) has announced plans to include 50 additional Beninese entrepreneurs to its usual selection of 1000

In a bid to provide non-financial solutions that will aid the development and digital transformation of Nigerian small and medium

Philip Eyam-Ozung Principal Consulting & Coaching Executive   IN THE UNVEILING OF THE ENTREPRENEUR’S THREE-LEGGED DANCE in

Philip Eyam-Ozung Principal Consulting & Coaching Executive   WHEN USED AS A METAPHOR, the art form of dance is a very apt

The Development Bank of Nigeria has signed on at least 35,000 Micro Small and Medium Enterprises in its first year of operation,
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The Oloni of Eti-Oni, Oba Dokun Thompson is a veteran cocoa trader whose domain of interaction is the international market. His fervor

On the sidelines at the Future Energy Nigeria event, Ujunwa Ojemeni, senior investment associate at All-On Nigeria, an impact investor