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The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 3

In the previous articles of this series, I looked deeply into some of the most critical issues regarding leadership. That’s the focus of this article. Today, just about everyone wants to be a leader or at least, be called one.

Ferdinand Forka: The Cameroonian Who Uses Comedy to Reach out to Youths and Better the Society

While comedy has the potential to help people heal and overcome grief in their everyday life, when facing a loss, it’s the last thing most people feel like doing. About Ferdinand Forka Ferdinand Forka also staged named Oboy Da Comic, is one of Cameroon’s most successful comedians. He was nominated as the best comedian from Bui division, in the North West region,  in 2017.

The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 2

In part one of this article series, I tried to define who a leader really is and isn’t. In this article, I continue to highlight important ideas relevant to bridging the leadership gap in any organization you might find yourself. The stones of Leadership This is how you can bridge the leadership gap in your organization.

Four Productive Things To Do When Not On The Job

Maybe you are a software engineer working on very big ideas to blow our minds or you’re just that politician looking for a new lie to tell us again or you are that self-employed person who has been doing great things or is yet to do. 

The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 1

Rarely do entrepreneurs make a company succeed by themselves. “Our problems are man-made. Therefore, they can only be solved by man and not spirits.

mCoin: The Cryptocurrency That Works Without Internet, Launches in Africa

Today, the world is dependent on the internet. Most often, these shortcomings are gravely felt in African countries, where internet penetration is quite low. As a result, pseudo mining activities like cryptocurrency can’t go on smoothly.

Biola Alabi Features in Financial Times’ Top 100 Global Female Executives List

Financial Times & HERoes Champions of Women in Business 2018 celebrates 100 senior female role models who help to increase gender diversity in the workplace. The prestigious annual list celebrates female role models who are actively playing their part to increase gender diversity in the workplace. It also celebrates those working to increase the number of women 

How to Run an Instagram Contest that supports your marketing goal

Instagram is having a large audience of about 700 million, among which 400 million check their Instagram daily. It is easy today to run contests online, with an Instagram contest. One important thing to take note of is the statement of release that is designed to maximise online value.

Eight Female Chocolatiers Transforming the Chocolate Industry in Africa

Africa produces more than 70% of the world’s cocoa but the $100 billion chocolate industry is dominated by Western companies. Multinationals mass produce chocolate and source ingredients globally. But these eight female chocolatiers are carving out a niche in the chocolate industry dominated by big global players.

7 Things To Keep Your Eyes On When Growing Your Business

Growing your business or your company is hard. But you will agree with me that it’s better than having a life-sucking 9-to-5 job. While there are a ton of strategies you could use to scale your business (even faster), it’s important you watch out for these 7 things that could make taking your business to the next level even faster.

The Hustler’s Digest – Facebook Is In Red-hot Waters

Today’s Quote Africa Nigeria’s Paystack partners with Truecaller for secure payments Nigerian startup, Paystack has partnered Swedish caller ID firm Truecaller to allow more merchants across Africa to accept payments online in a frictionless and secure manner by leveraging Truecaller’s mobile identity product Truecaller SDK. Previously, all merchants that used Paystack, which processes nearly 20%t of all online transactions in 

6-Year-Old African Kid Develops Learning Game – EthanMan

Since the mobile apps market started to gain prominence in 2008, Africa has remained an underperformer in mobile apps development. And more interestingly, children and teenagers have gotten into this field at very tender ages. As the old adage goes, “learning without playing makes Jack a dull boy,” it is important for app developers to create educational children’s apps while keeping them exciting and game-oriented.

UNICEF and Blockchain Funding: What Correlation?

The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) says it wants to invest in early-stage blockchain startups. UNICEF is a UN agency with a mandate to advocate for the protection of children’s rights. UNICEF’s Mission It basically aims at helping children meet their basic needs and expand their opportunities to reach their full potential.

Konga Has a New Boss. He’s a Former UAC Foods and Unilever Exec

The Zinox Group recently acquired Konga in a deal that shook the African e-commerce industry. Olusiji’s new mission is to steer Konga’s course towards a fresh start in dominating the Nigerian e-commerce market. He replaces former owner of Konga, Mr.

Bongalo App Makes The House Search Process Easy

 Finding a suitable apartment that matches your taste is now a child’s play in Cameroon with the Bongalo App. Necessity has always been a drive for innovation in the history of mankind. Following the stress, Epafred Minuifuong the Co-founder of Bongalo App underwent on a house search process some years back in Bamenda caused him to think out of the box to solve the arduousness in the house search process in Cameroon.