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As #MeToo Turns Three, Founder Launches Platform To Fight Sexual Violence

As #MeToo Turns Three, Founder Launches Platform To Fight Sexual Violence

The founder of the #MeToo movement marked its third anniversary on Thursday by launching an online platform to fight sexual violence, hoping to expand the reach of the campaign against harassment and assault. The digital platform, called “‘me too.’ Act Too,” will act like a search engine, giving users personalized options to donate, participate or […]

6 Keys For Getting Temporarily Remote Teams Back Together

6 Keys For Getting Temporarily Remote Teams Back Together

When Covid-19 struck, entrepreneurs did all they could to keep people safe. Concerned for their employees and customers, they acted quickly and sent their teams home. As the economy reopens, entrepreneurs are now asking their teams to head back to the office. But without the virus vanquished, bringing people back safely isn’t as easy as […]

Nigeria Remains China’s 3rd Largest Trading Partner In Africa

Nigeria Remains China’s 3rd Largest Trading Partner In Africa

The Charge d’Affaire of the Chinese Embassy in Nigeria, Zhao Yong, in this interview with BUKOLA OGUNSINA, said Nigeria is China’s third-largest trading partner after South Africa and Angola. The envoy spoke on China, Nigeria relations in times of COVID-19, cooperation between both countries in terms of infrastructural projects, Hong Kong matters and some of […]

The State Of Entrepreneurship For Women Business Owners

The State Of Entrepreneurship For Women Business Owners

When Dane Stangler, Vice President of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation (Kauffman Foundation) said, “Entrepreneurship drives economic growth, propels job creation and creates opportunities for upward economic mobility,” he wasn’t just talking about the best of times. This statement is not entirely correct since there are plenty of other things to consider, such as the difficulties facing entrepreneurs and their […]

Funding Women’s Innovative Projects Revs Africa’s Economy

Funding Women’s Innovative Projects Revs Africa’s Economy

The world’s first entirely virtual art museum is set to open next month, hoping to bring masterpieces to anyone in the world with an internet connection, according to its British creator. The Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA) will feature art from renowned museums such as the Musee d’Orsay in Paris and New York’s Metropolitan […]

The Business Of Buying and Selling African TV and Streaming Content Goes Virtual

The Business Of Buying and Selling African TV and Streaming Content Goes Virtual

The annual trade fair is dead for the foreseeable future. Those running things like DISCOP and AfricaCom have had to reinvent themselves. Russell Southwood talks to DISCOP founder Patrick Zuchowicki about what buyers and sellers really want when they go online and what he’s doing to meet these needs. The annual DISCOP event has gone online […]

Your Fear Of Failure Is Holding You Back From Pursuing Your Dreams

Your Fear Of Failure Is Holding You Back From Pursuing Your Dreams

What’s holding you back from starting a business? Wait… don’t tell me. I already know. If you’re anything like most would-be entrepreneurs I’ve talked to, you’re afraid. Yes, you, with the big dreams, the killer ideas, and the jaw-droppingly impressive skill set. You’re a scaredy-cat. Hey, that’s nothing to be ashamed of.  Most of the time, I’m […]

Here Are 4 Steps You Should Take To Finish The Year Strong

Here Are 4 Steps You Should Take To Finish The Year Strong

It has not been an easy year, and yet the very best entrepreneurs continue to rise to the challenge in their businesses and personal lives. As important as New Years Resolutions are, setting new goals year-round is how the growth really happens. Now that the year is just over halfway through, it’s a reflection point; where did you want […]

Nigerian Businesses Say Pandemic “Impacted Them Negatively”

Nigerian Businesses Say Pandemic “Impacted Them Negatively”

A whopping 97 per cent of Nigerian businesses recorded losses during the lockdown over Covid-19 while 87 per cent said they have been negatively affected overall by the pandemic, a nationwide survey has shown. Titled the “National survey report on the impact of COVID-19 on Nigerian private sector,” the survey assessed the impact of the […]

Chad To Repay U.S.$100 Million Debt To Angola With Cattle

Chad To Repay U.S.$100 Million Debt To Angola With Cattle

Angola has agreed to receive 75,000 cattle from Chad as payment of a $100 million debt from the cash-poor north-central African country. The cattle will be delivered over the next 10 years as repayment for the 2017 debt. Local news report said the first instalment of 1,000 cows has already arrived in Angola’s capital Luanda […]

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