Did you know that the artisan sector is the second largest employer in the developing world, behind agriculture? That’s right: millions of people in developing countries around the globe (most of them women) participate in the artisan economy, practicing traditional crafts as a means to
In our professional and live’s work, we would come across these three influential figures from time to time. First, Mentors. Mentors are people who we look up to. They model the kind of person we want to become. Most times, they are not within our
It is a well-known fact that Nnewi is the city with the largest concentration of millionaires in West Africa. Nnewi has succeeded in producing many business owners simply with the system of apprenticeships. Much has been said about the uniqueness of the Igbo Apprenticeship system
By Ayokunle Olowogboyega and Idris Edalere The startup space in Nigeria has received a big boost over the past few years. One of the major challenges faced by startups is availability of funds to properly function. Startups are usually registered as private limited liability companies.
Uche Uwaleke Just a few days ago, the global financial community woke up to the cheering news that the World Bank had launched the first bond instrument built on a blockchain with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. By this development, the $87m bond becomes the