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Of funding sprees, low ROIs and massive layoffs: The future of eCommerce in Nigeria
I’m not going to bother myself with big grammar; eCommerce is simply talking about business done over the internet. And I am shocked to report that as at 2013, over 60 million Nigerians were on the internet. These were people with purchasing power and oh that year, Nigeria was described as experiencing her own dot-com boom!
Vconnect.com is the new Google for SME’s and More
I received an email from the VConnect team saying they were testing the new VConnect site which would, upon passing beta stage, be launched as the (all) new and improved directory for Nigerian businesses and retailing hub for buyers. I visited their Marina, Lagos office and met the guys who make things happen there and after being offered a branded (very orange) VConnect notepad and pen, Meher and ‘Gbenga of the Vconnect team were my bff’s for the next hour. They led me to Vconnect.com.
Meet Saudat Salami, the Mother of Nigerian eCommerce
When Saudat Salami, a certified Microsoft trainer with background in web programming, started her online grocery shopping business “EasyShop EasyCook” 11 years ago, she had no one to look up to and learn from in the industry. Today, her business has continued to wax in strength, defying all odds, including the rough time the eCommerce industry is currently going through in Nigeria.
Social Media Marketing 101 For Startup
Why should i care about your social media activities
The moment you are able to think deep and answer this question,the beginning of your social media marketing success has just begins, it is all about you and the value you are providing to your followers on social media
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Here are the 30 startups that made it to the Aso Villa Demo Day finals
Last June, the Nigerian Government indicated its interest in startups by announcing Aso Villa Demo Day, a two-part pitch event that gives startup founders the opportunity to pitch their ideas to the President. The first pitch event happened in Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt
Mobile is eating Nigeria, according to the 2016 Twinpine Mobile Trends Report
The receipts are out. Sitting in the Finder window behind this browser is the Twinpine Network’s Nigeria Mobile Trends Report for this year. You absolutely have to read through it, but TL;DR? any one working in advertising or content creation/publishing in Nigeria that doesn’t put mobile front and center in their strategy is engaging in siesta while bicycling.
This all the major happening in the technology scene this week, have a great weekend.