Starting an online store may seem like an overwhelming task, but it’s easier than you think, especially if you follow this step-by-step guide that shows you how to start an online store. Even if you’ve never started your own business before, you can learn the basics of launching and maintaining your own website with the help of this guide. Whether you’re selling homemade crafts or handmade clothing, there are several ways to get your product in front of potential customers and build a community around your product or service!
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How many social media platforms do you use to grow your brand? If you’re like most small business owners, you’ve tried multiple ones, including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat and even Pintrest. Now it’s time to explore TikTok For Business and see if this platform can help your brand with its unique features and user base.
If there are two things that every business owner, big or small, values the most, they are time and money. The business world functions and plays by the mantra of ‘time is money. Hence, it is a given that corporate invest a lot in tools that would save both time and money.
How to Conduct a Market Analysis for Your Business in 8 Steps
Do you have a good idea for how to make money, but not sure how many people will actually buy it? A market analysis is an essential step in launching your new business, and can help you find out if your idea has enough potential to really succeed. It’s easy to conduct one on your own with these eight steps
Grammy award-winning Nigeria music superstar, Burna Boy is still soaring higher above his colleagues.
.Just few days ago the Afro-fusion pioneer Burna Boy became the first Nigerian music artist to headline a sold out music concert in Madison Square Garden in New York, United States of America raking in over $7 million around 3 billion naira in ticket sales alone.
MTN Nigeria has paid N3.5 trillion as taxe and levies to the Federal Government in the course of its operation in Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer, Karl Toriola, has said.
THE Nigerian Export Promotion Council is targeting Ivory Coast to expand the country’s non-oil exports and boost foreign exchange earnings.