Posts Tagged with "small business"

An Entrepreneurs Guide to Planning a Business Effectively

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

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Planning to be successful in a business venture does not have to be a monumental and time consuming task. As an entrepreneur, if you know the right ingredients to be able to plan every step and facet of your business, you will have a good guide to manage any business effectively enough to prosper and […]

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Freelancing Your Way To A Real Business

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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When it comes to risk versus reward, freelancing is one of those vocation choices that has the potential of offering plenty of returns without a lot of up-front resources or capital at stake. Given the right opportunities, knowing the right people, and having the right skills can turn a casual hobby into something you can […]

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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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8 Points That Could Save a Start-Up from Messing Up

Thursday, February 20, 2014

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This article is built on the experiences of entrepreneurs who had fallen flat on their faces while trying to manage and host their start-up ventures. We think of a mind-boggling business idea and expect it to spark up as soon as we prepare a proposal. Well, it never works that way. However good or bad […]

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The Best Hire for Your Empire

Monday, May 6, 2013

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More than 30 percent of hiring managers second guess their new hires. Up to 25 percent of new hires second guess their choice of employer. The results can devastate the profits of a business, reports The Recruiting Roundtable. Just consider that 68 percent of customers and clients stop doing business with a company because an […]

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