Small Business

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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Fine dining on the coast: 788

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, our lives in the city lost some of its sparkle. Restrictions and lockdowns stole away time we would have spent making memories. But as the vaccine delivery picks up and lockdown eases, we prepare to make up for lost time, get back onto the streets and experience the best […]

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Our ad packages can save Paystack a fat stack

“Everything in life has some risk, and what you have to actually learn to do is how to navigate it. – Reid Hoffman. The beautiful thing about this era in business is that a great deal of sharing is going on via the internet, allowing businesses to learn from each other. A huge example of […]

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Thrive Women’s Conference @Civic Centre

Thrive Women Solutions (TWS) is delighted to announce the inaugural Annual Thrive Women Conference a one-day event aimed at enlightening and empowering female entrepreneurs, would-be entrepreneurs and career women. Powered by City 105.1FM, Nestle and others, this maiden edition titled “The Nigerian Woman as an Economic and Socio-Political Powerhouse” is hosted at the delightful Civic […]

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Upcycling old remedies: Charcoal Musings

Getting ready to clean my teeth yesterday morning and I reach for the toothpaste. On closer inspection I’m confronted with this product – Arm & Hammer’s charcoal infused toothpaste. And then I had that feeling in my stomach – no, not THAT one! That familiar feeling of seeing something you knew made perfect, logical sense […]

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How ₦30,000 Can Improve Your Business

“Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising. – Mark Twain Small and Medium businesses face many challenges, one of which is expanding their reach beyond the immediate network of its owner(s). So, you have a brilliant idea to make and sell your shoes online, across social media platforms. […]

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Advertise Your Hustle!

If you’re a sharp Nigerian, you already know that sometimes a 9-5 doesn’t quite pay all the bills. Many times, a sharp guy needs a side hustle. If you’re determined and you work hard enough at it, then the side hustle just might eventually become the main hustle. Regardless of your drive, the space between […]

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