Event planning is in and for good reason too. There's an event happening every week and it's someone's job to plan it, hence event planners and managers are almost always guaranteed of constant business. If you have a computer, phone, access to the internet and a great space to work out of, you can start your own business.Read More
Running a business is tough work. Here a few super useful tools and apps to make the startup life just a little easier.Read More
As entrepreneurs, networking is crucial for business growth, and because these opportunities could come at any time, we need to be like the boy scouts: Always prepared, whether at a seminar, at a networking event, onboard a plane, or even at your local supermarket.
We've put together a few tips for taking advantage of unplanned networking opportunities. Read on to see which of them could work for you.Read More
In the long run, the success of a business - a small business in particular - depends much on the talent and efforts of the people in it. This means that you have to not only attract, but retain the best talent for your startup in order to have a competitive advantage. Attracting and retaining top talent is no easy task. Here are six strategies to help youRead More
Choosing a name for your business or idea can be tricky. A good name is rarely obvious and can take some work to find. The right name can make your company the talk of the town. The wrong one can doom it to obscurity and failure. Here are seven things to consider when naming your startup.Read More
Being a leader means you have a lot of responsibility on your shoulders. Despite your best efforts and intentions, mistakes can happen, and when they do, it's important to deal with them in an open, professional manner. Here are some of the common mistakes people in leadership positions make.Read More
This September, the AMPION Venture Bus will be taking a number of young African change-makers and tech experts from all over the world on road trip and competition to turn business ideas into real projects.
The winning team gets to present their venture to over 200 international investors at DEMO Africa, as well as mentoring and support from Afrilabs and VC4Africa.
Interested? Click through for details.Read More
PIN Nigeria, in association with CcHub, has recently begun a new project to map the Nigerian ICT Ecosystem, in order to get a clear picture of who is doing what and where in the Nigerian ICT sector. Click through for more details, and to add your startup to their mapping.Read More
So you have an idea. Beautiful. Ideas are cheap, though. The hustle is sold separately. Running a startup can be frustrating, especially with all the infrastructural deficiencies we have to live with every day. Here are some quick tips to help out.Read More
And you're probably not going to like some of it. But we promise, it's for the best.
Here's the short version: Demo Day has been postponed until June 3. It's going to be a quarterly event from now on. Click through to find out why...Read More
We're announcing a big entrepreneurial finance workshop and our 2nd Demo Day. Click through for more info.Read More
We're partnering with a few people and organizations to create business and technology programmes that will empower entrepreneurs with the capacity and skills to create change - our thinking is, if you're going to start a business and create your future, you might as well have the right tools for it.Read More