WhatsApp recently announced the launch of its business app which is intended to help businesses interact with their customers more conveniently. The WhatsApp Business app, which has officially been released for only Android devices in some select countries, is still unavailable in Nigeria. However, Ibadan based DoctorNow, an online healthcare service provider that connects individuals to medical experts online is arguably the only Nigerian startup that was selected to participate in the WhatsApp Business pilot programme. Thanks to DoctorNow, we can tell what you should expect as we await the global rollout of WhatsApp Business. Read more… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Are you a budding entrepreneur between 18 and 35 years? You stand the chance of getting funding for your business with #IBPKickstart2017 The KickStart program is a competition for budding entrepreneurs and innovators aged between 18 and 35 providing them with business-skills training, development support, mentorship and chance to come away with grant fund. The ultimate goal of the programme is to help build a young prosperous society by creating a culture of entrepreneurship among the youths, thereby reducing youth unemployment for indigenes in the South West. The KickStart program is one major initiative that would turn around...
This month of September Style Means Business featured the energetic CEO of Homecraft Interiors and Projects. Glory Egheosa Omoregie Glory Omoregie is one of the foremost interior designer in the city of Ibadan. She started interior design business as an undergraduate, a 100 level student at Ambrose Alli University in 2002 as a self trained designer. Read more… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Oyo State Deputy Governor, Chief Moses Alake Adeyemo along with senior government officials have arrived the palace of The Aseyin of Iseyin’s Oba (Dr.) Abdulganiyu Adekunle Salau on a courtesy call before going to the venue for the Aso Ofi Festival and Foundation Laying Ceremony of Aso Ofi International Tourism Market Read more: FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
With the state of the economy, it has become more important than ever for citizens to open up and prosper in their own businesses. More frequently within the past few decades women have been leaving behind their stay at home mom roles and replacing them with their own independent business ventures. However, obtaining funding for these new business ventures can be a bit tricky. It does take some heavy research and determination, but there are several associations out there that are willing to invest in women’s futures by awarding them with business scholarships and grants. Things To Do...
PLAY with just N200 and win BIG in any of these Five categories. The Five categories of DRAWS are MONO/N50,000. MINI/N100,000. MIDI/N200,000. MAXI/N500,000. MEGA/N1,000,000. The MONO will be drawed for 200 WINNERS each, the MINI will be drawed for 100 WINNERS each, the MIDI will be drawed for 50 winners each, the MAXI will be drawed for 40 winners each and the MEGA will be drawed for 30 winners each. Read more… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
The G Project is a Conference platform that transcends the norm; it goes a step further from motivating participants and employs the use of self-assessment tools that would enable participants ruminate on the talks that have been shared and make them self-applicable. At the G Project 2017, concise Talks that would spur Ideas, Insight and Practical Solutions would be shared and centred on maintaining Relevance in the Information and Digital Age. The G Project 2017 is scheduled to hold today Friday, August 4, 2017 Venue: NuStreams Conference and Culture Centre, Alalubosa, Ibadan. Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm For more enquiries, 09024643331...
The on-going 9th year rewards promo for customers of the Diamond Bank PLC nationwide, recorded massive prize awards in Ibadan, Oyo state capital as one lucky customer and 40 others went home with brand new Hyundai Accent Car and N25 million respectively. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
According to the audit firm, the University of Ibadan did not produce monthly, quarterly or yearly management accounts between 2010 and 2015 despite having over 300 accounting staff in its bursary department. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
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