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One young Nigerian entrepreneur is using new agricultural technology, while promoting sustainable ways to ensure food security in cities. Angel Adelaja says she's getting a head-start on the future of farming. Sophia Adengo has more.
This Short Documentary narrates the current state of entrepreneurship in Nigeria and also tells the story of three prominent young Nigerian entrepreneurs in Fashion,Technology and Culinary Industry, Yomi Casual, Oluwafemi Bankole (TechCabal.com) and Jean Otojarere(Gelataria Foods) - Produced by ROTIMI DARAMOLA THIS DOCUMENTARY IS AN ENTRY FOR THE SAHARA GROUP INITIATIVE #SAHARAPRENEUR #EXTRAPRENEUR (GROOMING FILMMAKERS WITH KUNLE AFOLAYAN)
It is joked of that in doing business in Nigeria, "everything wants to kill you!" Speaking with Omilola Oshikoya; Wunmi Williams, CEO Nakenohs shares her inspiring 10 year journey as an entrepreneur. We also feature prominent Nigerian entrepreneurs who have stayed in business in Nigeria for over 10 years, entrepreneurs who have pursued a dream when it didn't make sense but today have become an inspiration to many entrepreneurs in Nigeria today.
Nigeria is a country that's known for and that can't go without its pepper sauce. However, making the sauce can be time -consuming. One entrepreneur has decided to capitalise on this, creating a mix that's convenient for busy. Nigerians who want a quick meal but don't have the time to blend a fresh sauce from scratch.Maria Galang tells us more
A visit to Nigeria's Mile 12 market in Lagos can be a harrowing experience owing to congestion and general disorder. It is a lot worse if you are unfamiliar with it. But as any good entrepreneur will tell you, chaos is not always a bad thing and many times presents good business opportunities. And that is exactly what a young Nigerian woman has done as Deji Badmus now tells us.
Rising unemployment has left many a young person in Nigeria, with limited options for a career. Many wait for often promised but rarely delivered jobs to be created in the public and private sectors, but others have taken matters into their own hands. Sophia Adengo tells the story of Emmanuel Ngene who has taken up his entrepreneurial skills to make a living.
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Nigeria is one of Africa's biggest and fastest growing economy with lots of private businesses springing up to create more jobs for the hugh amount of unemployed people. BattaBox presenter Odunayo asks Nigerians in the financial capital, Lagos - Would you rather be an Entrepreneur or a Salaried worker? "I want to own my business myself," "I prefer to be a salary earner," Some of their answers reveal that people would mostly want to own their own business but do not want to be responsible for the challenges that come with it. "As a salary earner, you cannot have time for yourself," says one woman who was on her way home from her shop But what stops Nigerians from owning their own business? "Its cash, the brain is there but ...
Nigerian women have proven their grit in the areas of business and governance. Nigeria is home to female entrepreneurs such as Folorunsho Alakija, who according to Forbes is one of the richest women on earth, with an estimated net worth of $1.7 billion. The women featured on this show have overcome the numerous challenges faced by small and medium enterprises in Nigeria, from the lack of access to funding to the power outages. CNBC Africa's Didi Akinyelure sits down with some of Nigeria's most influential business women.
The Managing Director of NTA Star TV Network Limited in Nigeria Jack Liu honoured with a Chieftaincy title in the Abia State, eastern Nigeria. Mr Liu received the "Nkan'uzu of Uturu" (Chief of Science and Technology) by the King of Uturu Kingdom Eze Cyril Ibe, at an elaborate ceremony attended by dignitaries and chiefs of the kingdom. According to officials, the decision to bestow the title on Mr Liu was as a result of his contributions in the areas of science and technology especially.
Discover the inspiration behind Nigerian Entrepreneur Taofick Okoka's "Queens of Africa" where he tells us how this magnificent creations of Black barbie dolls all started from, his niece's identity crisis at the tender age of 3. Okoya's "Queens of Africa" dolls are about to take the USA Market by storm - you saw it on SPICE First. Tune in for new episodes of Fashion 360 at 09:00PM (+1HR CAT) | SPICE TV DSTV CH192
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"Born in Agege, Sijibomi Ogundele, started his entrepreneurship journey at the age of 7. 25 years later, he is Nigeria's youngest billionaire. Learn how he did it..." Welcome to the centre of inspiration. Here, you will savour the Success Stories of Nigerians collected by Nigerians for Nigerians in Nigeria. These empathetic, engaging and encouraging videos will show you the possibility in Nigeria, in being a Nigerian and hopefully help you find your path and unleash your greatness. Watch and win. Look and lead. See and seize your opportunities, ...Dare to dream!
The Giant African Snail is highly sought-after in parts of the world -- for both its nutritional and cosmetic benefits. In Nigeria, one entrepreneur has grabbed the chance to export the mollusks abroad. Here's that story. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Dreams are meant to lived but are we willing to do what it takes to make our dreams come true like Phillip, the young entrepreneur? Watch this video as Phillip shares secrets to how he made his first million. Be #KoboWise with RenMoney's Target Savings Account and you too can take your personal finance to the next level… Do you know anyone who is self motivated like Phillip? If yes, tag them on this post to show support for their hustle. Be the first to drop a comment, share or like.
A Nigerian entrepreneur has found her muse in hand-pressed coconut oil. The former banker and actor is so comfortable in her new skin, she is confident of exploring markets beyond Nigeria. Here is CGTN's Deji Badmus with her story. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica