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The Inspiring Story of Rainoil: Lessons for Entrepreneurs

The Inspiring Story of Rainoil: Lessons for Entrepreneurs
Continued from the first part, Starting a Successful Business from Zero: The Inspiring Story of Rainoil. How the Startup Capital for Rainoil Limited was Raised My office was in Isolo, Ire Akari Estate Road and I had a stockbroker who was on Bank Anthony Way in Ikeja. With as little as N2,000 in my pocket, I will drive from Isolo to...

Starting a Successful Business from Zero: The Inspiring Story of Rainoil

Starting a Successful Business from Zero: The Inspirational Story of Rainoil
Starting a successful business from zero is nearly an impossible task for most entrepreneurs today. In fact, 9 out of 10 would-be entrepreneurs who abandon their entrepreneurial dreams usually blame it on lack of access to capital. If you’re in this category, read and learn from the entrepreneurial experience of Gabriel Ogbechie, Founder and Managing Director of one of Nigeria’s...

Why Agricultural Industrialization will be a Game changer for Africa

Why Agricultural Industrialization will be a game changer for Africa
Is it true that Agricultural industrialization can be game changer for Africa? According to the African Economic Outlook for 2019 published by the African Development Bank, the size of the Food and Agricultural industry in Africa will be worth a whooping $1 trillion by 2030. This means that the next millionaires and billionaires of Africa will come from the Food and...

Taming Africa’s Rising Youth Unemployment Situation

Tackling Africa’s Rising Youth Unemployment Situation
It is no longer news that youth unemployment is a tall challenge in Africa. In fact, Africa’s youth bulge which should represent a demographic advantage is fast becoming a disadvantage. This is because the rising number of young Africans awaiting employment isn’t matched by the rate of job creation. Africa’s Youth Unemployment Situation A look at the numbers across the continent...

7 Smart Ways of Closing Africa’s Infrastructure Investment Gap

7 Smart Ways of Closing Africa’s Infrastructure Investment Gap
One of the reasons why investment in Africa is considered very risky is the continent’s huge infrastructure deficit. This in turn is a direct function of Africa’s yawning infrastructure investment gap. Africa’s Infrastructure Investment Gap Africa today has infrastructure investment requirement of $130-170 billion per year. However, the total annual investment in infrastructure on the continent stands at $62billion. That leaves...

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