With Africa’s factoring volume expected to reach 200 billion Euros in 2020, the continent must put in place facilitating legal and regulatory infrastructure to enable it take advantage of the many opportunities associated with factoring.
Transcorp Hilton Abuja has announced the commencement of a major renovation that will upgrade the five-Star Transcorp Hilton Abuja guest experience in every aspect.
Today, Abuja becomes the 400th city to in Uber’s growing global network. With the launch of Uber, an innovative technology platform, Abuja joins the list of smart transportation hubs in Africa.
The South Africa Airways (SAA) today commences its direct flight from Abuja to Johannesburg, South Africa. The airline said the inaugural flight is part of measures to boost bilateral relationship between Nigeria and South Africa.
South Africa Airways, SAA, has announced the commencement of direct flight from Abuja to Johannesburg, South Africa as part of measures to boost bilateral relationship between the two countries.
There's this (rather unfortunate) thing that a lot of Nigerian business-owners do in an attempt to prove to themselves and to others how successful they are. They get office space that they cannot afford.
As is 'customary', people accuse others of 'stealing my customer'. In Nigeria, voodoo is always the alleged tool of stealing customers. It's hilarious. It's never anything to do with your attitude, or the fact that your services are below par … or just horrendous.
In a previous guest-blog post here, I mentioned how that Nigeria is a hyper-religious place, and how that is definitely not a compliment. From a socio-political point of view, it is ridiculous. From a commercial one, it is even worse.
Talent, discipline and smart work are necessary for commercial success, especially success that is sustainable and can be replicated. But location is also a game-changer. It has always been.
Anyone who's been to Abuja knows that it's what some call an effizy place. That's a way of saying appearances matter more than substance. Personally, I find some of it laughable. But it's very difficult to laugh at the lost business opportunities inflicted by the 'appearance over substance' mentality.