A low-risk investment is an investment option in which the chances of losing an investor’s money are low. This does not mean that low-risk investments are 100% safe; it means that the possibility of losing your capital is slim. The...
Improving your finances may not be easy but it's very achievable. So, to help you get started, here are five things you need to do. 1. Use budget Let budget guide your spending this year. You'll definitely save more. Let budget guide...
How do you turn your hobby into a business? First find out what your hobbies are. Do you love to read, write, sing, dance? Pick one or two that you do very well. We’ll use writing as an example. Harness your...
1. Identify a Need This one explains itself. No matter how you want to look at it, making money simply involves identifying a problem or need and proffering a solution. There is a need or a problem in your immediate...
Selling business ideas to investors is a growing trend in Africa. Investors, local and foreign, now believe Africans have something to offer and they are willing to buy in at first stage. Most governments also leverage on this to...
In this post, we will discuss how to start a profitable cattle rearing business in Nigeria with little capital. I will mostly focus on important considerations I believe will boost your chances of success in this business. When a cattle...
If you are considering starting a blog or you already have a blog but you are struggling to make money, this post is for you. I will share with you 7 tips you can implement from today to make...
For you to get an investor interested enough in your startup to sit down and discuss with you, your startup has to tick a few boxes. Having an idea is one thing; having an idea worthy of investment is...
Of all the challenges entrepreneurs face especially in Nigeria, lack of capital is the most pressing. Many people have said, and rightfully so, that lack of capital is not a strong enough reason to stop any serious entrepreneur but the...
Everyone experiences disappointment at one point or another in their lives. Sometimes, it is over something as trivial as a missed business opportunity. Other times, it’s over something more meaningful, like an election. Watching Hillary Clinton’s concession speech reminded me...