Entrepreneurship

  • The price of Thank You.

    1 Comment

    Thank you should not be reserved for a few. Thank you should not be distributed according to value, social class,…

    Read more
  • Don’t put a price to everything.

    5 Comments

    There are times where you’ll be asked to do a job and cost for it. Sometimes it’s business, and other…

    Read more
  • The Struggle

    3 Comments

    My son dislikes plantain. He also dislikes Jollof Rice. How a Nigerian can dislike these two things, beats me. But,…

    Read more
  • You moved back to Nigeria. What next?

    No Comments

    You can either sit back and expect that you will be treated differently, and everyone will want to work with…

    Read more
  • Meet Eddie Madaki: Principal Partner, iBlend Services

    No Comments

    You all know him as Eddie the PR Goon, Eddie the Promoter, Eddie the MC. I know him as Eddie…

    Read more
  • #MommyMogul – Bukky Karibi-Whyte : Founder, Bobby Taylor Company

    1 Comment

    Our #MommyMogul for this week is Bukky Karibi-Whyte, Founder and CEO of Bobby Taylor Company. Bukky studied African American History…

    Read more
  • Multipotentiality – Of Passion & Purpose

    No Comments

    Today, I’m sharing an Article that I wrote and published in The Guardian a few month’s ago. I hope you…

    Read more
  • #MommyMogul: Meet Leslie Okoye, Founder L’Okoye Cosmetics/CookieSkin.

    No Comments

    Leslie is a wife and mother of two young children with a Masters degree in Marketing & Management from the…

    Read more
  • The Octagon: Finding Solutions To Nigeria’s Problems

    No Comments

    Together with my friend and CEO of Gr8an, Akinlabi Akinbulumo aka. Mr Phisha, we recently launched The Octagon – a platform…

    Read more
  • Sir Richard : “One thing is certain in business. You and everyone around you will make mistakes.”

    No Comments

    When people ask me for advice, I usually keep it simple with the following: Don’t be afraid to make mistakes.…

    Read more