Digital nomads outside Nigeria cannot relate to being unable to work freely from anywhere without getting harassed, robbed, possibly kidnapped or killed.
Over the years, there have been a series of reports of harassment, extortion, brutality and even murder by a unit of the Nigerian Police Force, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). SARS was supposed to be a unit established to detain, investigate and prosecute people involved in crimes like armed robbery, kidnapping and other forms of crimes.
Unfortunately, profiling youths with laptops, smartphones(especially iPhone) or cars as internet fraudsters have been the order of the day. …
They say “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. Unfortunately, that doesn’t apply to your website. In your website’s case, “what doesn’t kill it immediately, slowly scares potential clients away”.
As a business owner, you expect your website to do three major things:
If your website is not delivering these three key results, then something is wrong somewhere and, no, it is not from your village.
You might want to send this post to your web designer (except you’re one and will be building your website yourself).
Without any further delay, let’s dive into the ten web design mistakes that will destroy your business(if ignored). …
“90% of New StartUps Fail”. As bitter as this may sound, it remains a reality.
Several factors have been listed by many as the reason why this continues to exist. Before we add our two cents to the subject matter, let’s take a close look into what a startup is.
Too many times, the term ‘startup’ has been used interchangeably with ‘small business’. However, these two are different even though they share a little similarity; they both are small and meet the definition of the small and medium-sized business, and that’s where it ends.