Monday, 8 March 2021

Don’t Miss Prof Osinbajo March 8th 1M Naira Grant

Don’t miss the Prof Osinbajo Training / Support Program of March 8, which has been reorganized into 4 categories, offering more opportunities to young Nigerians aged 18 to 35.
Don’t Miss Prof Osinbajo March 8th 1M Naira Grant


It is called the March 8 Initiative Program, organized to inspire and promote community, business and public spirit efforts in Nigeria in honour of His Excellency Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, GCON.

Sunday, 28 February 2021

See 5 Ways to Boost Conversions on Your Online Shop

If you’re an online retailer, you’re always looking for ways to improve your online commerce to increase conversions and expand your business. Let’s take a look at 5 ways to increase conversions in your online store today.
See 5 Ways to Boost Conversions on Your Online Shop


1. Discounts and Promotions

Discounts and promotions don’t necessarily need to be something you do during the holiday season. They can be a really useful tool throughout the year to help build your customer base, loyalty and of course increase conversions.

Let’s talk about discounts first of all. Discounts can play a crucial role in your marketing campaigns throughout the year and shouldn’t just be reserved for Black Friday or January sales. There are also many forms of discounts you can use depending on the purpose.

Monday, 22 February 2021

See 10 Biggest Challenges Small Business Owners Face Right Now

The small business owner and entrepreneur was challenged last year. How can you help those who need help? Everyone needs a village.
See 10 Biggest Challenges Small Business Owners Face Right Now


There is not a day that we do not discuss the COVID pandemic. It’s in the news, in our social feeds and has crept into our personal and professional world. Many companies have moved their employees to a routine of working from home; change everything in the workday. We move from person to video. We adapt to several family members trying to be productive, in the same space, at the same time, and we move from a larger online presence to a more intense online presence. In the midst of it all, there was a lot of success. However, the challenges remain obvious. Much lost income. Many laid-off employees. Many struggled with technology and others with limited resources. Many have closed their doors forever. Most affected? Small business.

Nigeria Crypto black market is thriving - See Why

Strong demand for Bitcoin by a growing number of Nigerians has made the unofficial crypto market flourish.

It has been about two weeks since Apex Bank of Nigeria banned regulated financial institutions from engaging in cryptocurrencies or dealing with anger. Faced with the fear of the Central Bank of Nigeria, financial institutions immediately began making deals related to cryptography.
Nigeria Crypto black market is thriving - See Why


As a result of such a ban, Nigerians' demand for Bitcoin has grown so exponentially that it has surpassed the African continent. According to research from nairametrics when looking around the website.  Below a pinch of the article...

See How to Safely Buy, Sell Crypto’s in Nigeria, Withdraw in Naira to Your Bank Account

February 5 is a day that cryptocurrency traders in Nigeria will never forget because it changes a lot.

In early February, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) issued a circular effectively banning cryptocurrency trading in Nigeria and ending the relationship that existed between Nigerian cryptocurrency exchanges and banks in that country.
See How to Safely Buy, Sell Crypto’s in Nigeria, Withdraw in Naira to Your Bank Account


The ban has forced many Nigerians to keep their cryptocurrencies, and those who want to buy are struggling to buy. Some money changers or exchangers in Nigeria, such as Luno, Yellowcard, Quidax, Patricia, among others, have currently disabled cash withdrawals, while some have found a way to switch to P2P.

For Bundle Africa, they recently sent an email to all subscribers to inform them that they are working on how to create a P2P platform while expanding into the Ghanaian market.

Sunday, 21 February 2021

World Remit Now Aligns with CBN on new Dollar Account Opening

The cross-border digital payment service, World Remit, described the decision of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to force commercial banks to open dollar accounts for customers who lack time and capacity.
World Remit Now Aligns with CBN on new Dollar Account Opening


The director of the state, World Remit, Nigeria and Ghana, Gbenga Okejimi, said the move would improve payments for those receiving support from family and friends abroad.

CBN recently announced that all Nigerian banks will have a mandate to facilitate money transfers by automatically opening bank accounts in U.S. dollars for those who do not currently have U.S. dollar accounts.

See 7 Common eCommerce Business Mistakes to Avoid in 2021

Studies show that about 90% of e-commerce companies fail within 120 days of launch. Although e-commerce trading is a lucrative opportunity, you can often underestimate the risks in the early stages.
See 7 Common eCommerce Business Mistakes to Avoid in 2021
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If you plan to start an e-commerce business, forget about the rewards that come with it. You can hire a professional eCommerce web development company that can set you on the path. But the crucial aspect is the mistakes that need to be avoided in order to succeed in the e-commerce sector.

You will make a billion mistakes. However, most of them would be smaller and easily repairable. In this article, we will cover the 7 most common mistakes of e-commerce entrepreneurs. If you understand them in detail, you will not panic when they appear and solve them easily.