Startup Anambra recorded yet another feat on Wednesday the 4th day of July 2018 as they witnessed the second edition of their virtual learning program with the Chief Discussant as Miss Chidindu Mmadu-Okoli. It will be recalled that on the 27th day of June 2018, Mr Martin Beck Nworah (MBN) became the chief pilot as
Entering into a new space isn’t easy, whether by a conglomerate or a brand new startup. Take Uber, for example: The ride-sharing company has taken a foray into the world of food delivery, and the service — which, according to The New York Times, is available in 120 markets worldwide — sometimes earns more than Uber’s original
While we were going about our normal activities at DevAmplify Hub yesterday, a little lad simply identified as Benjamin walked into the office in the company of his friend. He looked around and smiled. I was watching him since I was temporary occupying the position of the front desk and he simply waved his friend
The first thing to do is figure out why you’re struggling. There’s a lot of reasons a business can struggle, but often times it’s due to sales. As Mark Cuban often says, sales solves all problems. One of the biggest lessons I learned in bootstrapping my own business was that you have to invest in growth.
Owning a small business (or a big business) comes with a lot of challenges. The good news about that? You’re not alone in facing them. All business owners face some of the same problems and challenges. That means there’s a built-in community of people who have been where you are, and lots of intel on how
Every startup has at least one entrepreneur. And every startup has its own startup story that is uniquely different from others. It’s the entrepreneur who makes it or breaks it for the startup. It always starts and ends with the entrepreneur. Every successful entrepreneur out there has invariably taken massive risk(s) and has failed at
TeamWork is an activity that many people try to avoid in the workplace. We are we so against it because there are lots of benefits of working in teams for both your personal brands and for your organisation. Not only is it a great opportunity for professional development, it is also a means of making
When you’re starting a new business or businesses, the last thing you want to focus on is failure. But if you address the common reasons for failure up front, you’ll be much less likely to fall victim to them yourself. Here are the reasons why businesses fail are: 1.You start your business for the wrong reason.
Last week I told a friend that I had stumbled and dropped a bag of groceries in a store’s parking lot earlier that day. She appeared mortified and said she would feel angry with herself if she did something like that because it’s such an embarrassing experience. Honestly, that was the last thing on my mind–I just didn’t want the frozen