Capital goes beyond money. It also includes the assets you start your business with.
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A longstanding sector is getting a new breath of life.
During Nigeria’s 2020 COVID-19 Lockdown, The Enterprise Roundtable (ERT) began interviewing entrepreneurs within the country. Each episode of this ‘Lockdown Series’ of our “Works in Progress” podcast examines what it means to start a business in Nigeria and what impact the pandemic has had on Nigerian entrepreneurship. In this Episode, we meet Queensley Chidinma Ebere the…
Technology has proven to be a cost-effective way to improve your business.
Learning in entrepreneurship applies to studying available materials as well as your experience and the experiences of others in business.
Forget the misconception that running a business is intuitive and easy. It takes work.
Failure is inevitable in entrepreneurship. Yet, the ability to move forward is a mark of necessary resilience.
Small businesses are the bedrock of a healthy economy. But how can we ensure that they continue to thrive?