Facebook Helping Nigerian Start-Ups Get a Head Start
15 Nigerian start-up companies will graduate from the Facebook accelerator programme which is part of its commitment to support and empower local start-ups and upcoming entrepreneurs in realising their business goals, Kendra Nnachi, Facebook Startups and Developers Programme Manager in Lagos has said.
Facebook Promotes SMEs
This Day, 15 April 2019
Riding on a successful tour across three cities in Europe and the Middle East, where it is promoting small and medium scale businesses (SMBs) with its new initiative called 'It's… Read more »
Social media giant Facebook has announced a nationwide initiative aimed at helping to develop and nurture communities, including small businesses. Read more »
Steve Hanke, a U.S. economist at John Hopkins University, has ranked Nigeria sixth on the list of world's most miserable countries, citing the high rate of unemployment as the ... Read more »
The government and private sector will collaborate in creating special economic zones, starting first with the textile and garment industry in the hope of spurring the nation's ... Read more »
Fewer disruptions in oil production will see a 1,9% growth in Nigeria's economy for 2018, with a 0,8% growth from 2017, the International Monetary Fund has said.
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The National Bureau of Statistics has reported that the number of unemployed people rose from 17.6 million to 20.9 million from the fourth quarter of 2017 to the third quarter of ... Read more »
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