Do you have a passion of starting an online business in Nigeria? Are you aware of the different online store business ideas in Nigeria? Many of us are only conversant with the popular selling of products like phones, laptops, clothes and wrist-watches. Meanwhile, there are so many online store business ideas in Nigeria presently.
Nigeria is currently grappling with an economic recession. This situation was fueled in part by a drop in oil earnings which accounts for over 70 percent of the revenue of the Government. In addition, years of poor fiscal planning and a reactive monetary/forex policy also contributed to the recession.
E-commerce is one business that is presently shaking the world off its feet today. In 2015, one of greatest e-commerce platforms Alibaba made over 14.3 billion dollars in just a single day sales; one of Nigeria’s biggest e-commerce platform Konga, processed sales order of more than 100 million Naira in just a matter of 4 […]
It is the goal of every freelancer to make more money online, and that being said, the faster you go, the more you are expected to earn. To improve on your freelance writing career means to earn more money, more money means an early retirement and maybe owning an island like World Billionaire Richard Branson.
Finally, you just decided to run a retail store or you are planning to jump into the business line. You have done your research on the line of retail you intend running. You have already measured the growth potential and chances of success in the kind of store you are planning to set up.
Setting up a business in Nigeria is very challenging, especially for those just venturing out newly into this line of business. Although very rewarding if one gets it right, but very risky and tasking to say the least.
There are many benefits to having an affiliate marketing programme to help promote your product in Nigeria. Having an affiliate marketing programme can help take your business to the next level. It can help you boost sales and revenue, enlarge your customer base as well as sustain your loyal customers.
Do you know the housing deficit confronting Nigeria as a country? Statistics from the United Nations puts the figure at between 18 and 20 million housing units. This problem is further compounded by the fact that the greater part of Nigeria’s population in need of housing are in the low income earning bracket.
Do you know that, for the average adult in Nigeria, the other place that he/she spends more time other than the home is the office? In fact, statistics show that people spend three-quarters of their adult life at their place of work or business globally. Even if your office/business is located in your home, the […]