Small Business

Supporting Nigerian Women: Check out these “Femme” businesses you should be throwing your money at

We love women. It’s just how it is with us. Now, women in business? Count us in, take our cards, the whole shebang. According to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), 41% of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in Nigeria are women-owned – that’s 23 million women. Still, the report highlights the challenges women entrepreneurs face, […]

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Making a Difference: Shining a light on Olive Blooms Orphanage

Olive Blooms Orphanage shines as a beacon of hope in our community, fostering positive change and providing much-needed support for children in need. Founded in 2007 by Mrs. Ngozi Udochukwu with a mission “to advance the care of vulnerable children from institutionalized care to family-based care under God-fearing, responsible and loving parents.” What sets this […]

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A scorecard for the past, hopes for the future

Nigeria stands at the precipice of change and its young citizens are at the forefront, fueling a new era of hope and expectation. As a new government takes the helm, the voices of Nigeria’s youth reverberate with unwavering determination and a shared vision for a better future. However, there is widespread speculation about whether the […]

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Seeing Green at SΞΞ Lagos

o ne of my recent new hobbies is trying out restaurants that pop up on my radar in Lagos city. Whilst searching for a new place to try out my Instagram algorithm did the lord’s work and brought SEE Lagos to my attention. After some research I discovered that SEE Lagos is a unique spot […]

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Catching Sneaker Fever with FlyKicks NG & Godson

Footwear has certainly become one of the foremost needs for every human being. Manufacturers and retailers of footwear especially sneakers continue to put their best foot forward in a bid to keep customers satisfied and interested. It was in this spirit that FlyKicks NG a retailer that began life first as an online purveyor of […]

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Dining For Gods And Kings – A Sketchy Restaurant Review

The beautiful Sketch Restaurant Lagos situated on the busy Adeola Hopewell Street in Victoria Island is a slice of creativity I recently uncovered on Instagram. Here I write about my first experience at this restaurant. I felt it would be rude not to pay a visit, given its striking decor. It was easy to locate, […]

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Experiencing ‘Joie de Vivre’ at Expo Lagos

T he maiden edition of Expo Lagos is a unique art experiment curated by the creative consultant Tiwa Adegbuyi. The event was a unique one that fused art, technology, and entertainment. There was much to enjoy with an amazing lineup of performances from iconic artists like Sgawd, Lojay, Kida Kudz, Oxlade, The Kazez, and much […]

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Diary of A Nigerian Influencer: The Brand Model Edit

I n this edition of our series we’ll be interviewing a brand model influencer, who specializes in modeling clothes, shoes and accessories. Bolu Akingbade or Big B as she is affectionately called is a final year software engineering Babcock University tech bae, who also models in her free time and has turned this into a […]

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Diary of A Nigerian Influencer: The Product Influencer Edit

S ocial media influencers have swiftly plugged the gaps left over by an online advertising industry in Nigeria which never quite took off. Maintaining the balance between consistently sharing engaging content whilst driving paid promotions for brands may not be as easy as we think. This series pulls back the curtain on what truly goes […]

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Breaking the gender gap in the Nigerian technology ecosystem

With new developments in STEM and IT, we’ve witnessed a seachange in the dynamics of the technology industry. IT has slowly but surely embedded itself in every area of society taking over the roles of men and women thereby reducing the workload for the people. Countries in the first or third worlds have swiftly begun […]

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