A-FEEDi host Entrepreneurship High School Debate

Read more at: https://www.facebook.com/afeediAfrica/ The Africa Focus for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Initiative (A-FEEDi) as part of its vision of empowering the youths on sustainable peace and prosperity in Africa, held its maiden edition of the Entrepreneurship High School Debate on the 19th of July, 2019. The contestants from the participating schools; Immanuel Grammar School

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In a challenging or difficult business environment or market, Michael Porter’s 5 model is a popular marketing tool that helps business owners and managers to remain competitive. The Porter’s 5 ModelPorter’s 5 Model is a framework for analyzing a business competitive environment. It looks at the attractiveness and potential profitability of a business industry sector.

Register for the 2020 AFEEDI Virtual High Impact Business Empowerment Training.

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Everyone knows the importance of a business plan, but many entrepreneurs don’t understand that marketing plan is also vital. In contrast to a business plan, marketing plan focuses on acquiring and retaining customers. It is a strategic plan that includes facts, numbers and objectives. A marketing plan is an action plan.The steps includes: Carrying out

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6 Tips to Funding your Start-up Business

Finance has been a major issue for most people that have ideas but today, I would highlight various ways you can fund your start up business in Nigeria. 1. Friends and Family: Obtaining fund from friends and family is the most common and old way to start a business. Friends and family most times are

Nigeria: Growing Spending is the Problem

Many years of spending too much without a matching result to show for it has continued to increase our debt, place more tax burden on Nigerians and encourage corruption. Limited Government is key.