A sole proprietorship is one of the best ways to have the desired business freedom. You will have time to make a decision. You will decide when to open shop and when to take a time off work. But this doesn’t come without some challenges, one of them is raising capital.
I asked 10 young graduates about the most challenging thing in starting a business, six of them said funding, the rest picked other reasons.
This isn’t peculiar only to young graduates who want to set up a business because the government has failed to create jobs. And every successful business owner faced the problem of business funding at a time. How did they overcome it?
Cryptocurrency expert advises that you should double-check transaction details to avoid sending the coin to the wrong recipient. But man is prone to making mistakes regardless of how careful they are. So, can you cancel an unconfirmed bitcoin transaction if you noticed you haven’t sent it to the right address?
The coast is now clear that the launching of Tertiary Institutions’ Entrepreneurship Scheme (TIES) will be done in a couple of months as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) again re-echoed the need to empower and support young Nigerian graduates who want to embrace agriculture and other businesses.
Since the world experienced the unprecedented boom in the value of bitcoin, we’ve come across a question like what cryptocurrency exchange should I use for trading? If you are a newcomer in the industry, definitely, it’s the right question. In this post, we’ll share with you some attributes to look out for before entrusting your hard-earned money to a platform.
Nigeria’s apex bank has barred Payment Service Banks (PSBs) in Nigeria from granting loans. It also barred the PSBs from accepting foreign currency in its latest guidelines seen by InfomediaNG. This means that the PBS can no longer grant any form of loans, advances, and guarantees, directly or indirectly, to their customers.
While hundreds of Nigerian graduates jump on any opportunity to leave the shore of the country for a greener pasture abroad, Ashley Jiritmwa Tapgun returned to Nigeria to start a strawberry farming business in Jos, Nigeria, after completing her first degree in International Relations and a Masters in Global Ethics and Human Values.
The beneficiaries of the N-Power batch C programme will henceforth receive their monthly stipend from the independent monitors appointed by the Federal Government. Unlike batch A and B of the youth investment programme, where beneficiaries received N30,000 monthly stipends in their bank accounts from the FG, the new batch C will not enjoy that benefit.