Posts Tagged with "Online Business"

Unbelievable Xbox Offer For Nigerians from Jiji.ng

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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Consumers love great deals. Millions of consumers globally spend lots of time online looking for the best deal before they part with their cash. Nigerians are in no way different. While there are many online stores promising fantastic deals to the consumer, Jiji.ng stands out as the best shopping portal for Nigerians. Sell Faster, Buy Smarter at Jiji.ng

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Jiji The Number One Nigerian Online Marketplace For Real People

Friday, August 28, 2015

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Everyone has a need. But our needs varies. Someone desires to buy while another desire to sell. When the buyer and seller are giving a comfortable platform to meet without much ado, they both go away smiling. The market place is the common place that buyers go to meet with seller. Back in the days, […]

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Online Payments – The Digital Purse for Shopping

Thursday, February 26, 2015

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Online shopping is not a 'try-and-throw- process and has many takers with business houses and customers alike, all across the world. Several merchants have devised innovative methods, to make shopping a pleasurable, as well as an entertaining experience for customers.

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The Shark Tank Formula For Startup Success

Monday, November 24, 2014

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to launch a successful startup? ABC’s reality TV show, Shark Tank, demonstrates what it’s like for entrepreneurs to go through the process of pitching their business ideas to investors (otherwise known as sharks). Over the course of five seasons, there have been 337 pitches and only 186 deals. […]

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Understanding the Full Potential Of E-Commerce In Nigeria

Monday, April 14, 2014

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Nigeria, now known as The Giant of Africa, was recently declared as the region’s biggest economy, surpassing South Africa. Almost overnight, Nigeria was increase by 89% its current GDP, which is now worth USD 510 billion. This follows a recalculation of the GDP to include the rising “Nollywood” industry, as well as the banking, telecoms, […]

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