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15-year-old Moziah Bridges makes bow ties and other accessories by hand. He has now scored a major business deal with the NBA. Find out more on NAIJ.com
The Muslim lady, who advertises her business through social media, expressed that her Instagram account @shoppinkdust has helped her business thrive so far.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday April 9 congratulated businessman and philanthropist, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, on his 60th birthday. He described him as....
Yayin da wasu nakasassau da dama a kasar nan ta Najeriya ke zabar suyi bara don rayuwa, sai kwasam ga wani wanda ya rungumi sana'a don gudun wulakanci.
Do you want to reach the seven-figure mark before 30, we have rounded up 9 critical nuggets of advice from people who became millionaires at a young age.
Entrepreneur should be able to look at the industry and determine how easily a new business can enter into the industry segment to compete for the market share
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In the late 60s and early 70s, Lagos, Ibadan and other places in the country were known for having successful tailors, who started from small and became big
Nigerian aspiring and existing entrepreneurs who want to develop solutions to a number of problems facing them have opportunity to access skilled labour.
The continent’s biggest gainer — in both dollar and percentage terms – is Nigerian oil and telecom tycoon Mike Adenuga, whose net worth increased $2.7 billion.
President Buhari on Friday reiterated his administration’s commitment to supporting young Nigerian entrepreneurs to fulfill their potential.
Thirty best Nigerians in technology innovation and creativity have been picked up to present their startups at the first Aso Villa Demo Day.