In this fourth edition of the Unusual Entrepreneur Interviews for 2013, I have with me today, Jenny Blake the founder of Life After College –where she helps fresh college graduates get a grip on their after college life! She’s a bestselling author, micro-business coach and international speaker who helps people move beyond burnout to build
In my previous post, I talked about the second most read and most searched for topic on naijapreneur —branding. In today’s unusual article, I will be talking about the first most read and most searched for topic on naijapreneur —business failure. Repeatedly, from studying the naijapreneur’s Google analytics, the most recurring search engine terms or
The second most read and search engine traffic generated article on naijapreneur.com is about branding. What does this tell you? Entrepreneurs care about branding and want to learn more about branding. As a matter of fact, the #1 question in their mind would be this; how are brands created? So in this unusual article, I
My first experience with e-Commerce was selling my business consulting and internet marketing services through this blog, you can read about the results here. Then in January 2013, I came across Kaymu.com.ng while it was still in its early stage trying to break her way into the Nigerian e-Commerce terrain. It didn’t take me long
As an entrepreneur, while trying to build your business, never forget to do business. And while trying to do business, never forget to build your business. This is the paradox of business; to do or to build? Mastering it is the definition of business success. Ignoring it is the definition of business failure. To help
Welcome to another edition of the unusual entrepreneur interviews and today we have with us Mike Morris, the founder of Triplefy – an online platform for small business to create and instantly sell Daily Deals and Gift Cards. Enjoy! Interview Questions Part One ENTREPRENEURSHIP – Awakening the Spirit of business 1. Can you
It doesn't matter whether you are a small startup or an international corporation; every business is looking to grow its profits. So when it comes to increasing your profitability in business, after considering both the universal laws of profitability and the peculiar elements of profitability, there are two simple options open to you; Increase revenue and decrease expenses.
Every business during the course of its existence will experience a near death experience. This is a period characterized by harsh business conditions; low sales, low morale, low cash, low market share, and low innovation. Some recover from this and bounce back stronger than before, and some don’t.
No matter how much you think you know about your business, no matter how much experience you have in your chosen field, without a clear understanding of the competitions in the market, you might as well be driving blind. Big companies spend thousands of dollars to conduct competitive market analysis, but fortunately for those of you on a tight budget, you can do quite a bit of this yourself, without spending much at all.