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Convertible Notes 101: An Introduction

Convertible Notes 101: An Introduction [i] Author: Brian Laung Aoaeh   We started discussing term sheets sometime ago. If you missed those discussions you should consider reading the previous posts titled “The Anatomy of A Term Sheet” before you read this one.   Today we ...

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Starting Business in Nigeria: Challenges and Way Out

Top Reasons Why It Is Difficult to Start a Business in Nigeria andthe Way Out Starting up a business in Nigeria can be very tough if the accurate strides and knowledge about the business is picked up before starting or investing ...

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StartCrunch Is The Main Crowdfunding Platform To Raise Money In Nigeria

StartCrunch is getting a lot of traffic and we ask people across Nigeria and Africa that now is the time to start creating projects to take advantage of the traffic. People are looking for projects to fund. Take action, fund ...

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Detailed Breakdown Of 2014 Nigerian Budget With Graphs

This is the 2014 Federal Government budget since  approved by the National Assembly and signed by President Goodluck Jonathan. Out of a total budget of N4.962 trillion, the allocation to the defence sector took about 20 per cent, totalling N968.127 ...

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The Most Lucrative Tech Sector Emerging In Africa For Investors

There are many promising technology sectors in Africa right now. The market is still very young but it has a lot of growth ahead of it. From our travels around the continent, we have noted that some sectors are ripe ...

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Editor’s Note: This piece was contributed by Olukunle Moses.   An entrepreneur is an organizer; someone with a dream and the initiative to take the risks required to convert that vision into an enterprise offering a service or product consumers will want to purchase.  Entrepreneurs play a vital role in the development of any country’s economy, whether a developing nation, such as Nigeria, or an established one, like the UK or Germany.   The big […]

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A group of Nigeria’s wealthiest businessmen on Thursday donated  millions of dollars to support victims of terrorist attacks.   Earlier this week, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan launched the Victims Support Fund, an initiative aimed at providing relief for those who have been adversely affected by insurgency in Nigeria over the last few years.  According to Nigeria’s Thisday newspaper, Danjuma pledged $10 million, but the largest individual donation came from banker Tony O. Elumelu, who pledged $15 million. In […]

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With the ongoing transformation in the Nigerian power sector and the Federal Government’s unwavering commitment to partner with foreign and domestic investors to take power generation and distribution to the next through DPP, ensuring that her set goal of actualizing 40000 mws of power by the year 2020 is attained. The recent news of Nigeria overtaking South Africa to become Africa’s largest economy with a GDP of US$509bn is a promising sign of investment in […]

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Effective Cybersecurity Practice & Management – Creating Outstanding Cybersecurity Leaders – SEP–NOV 2014 Session Cost – $1,900 Modules •    1 SEP–19 OCT 2014 — Module 1 (Correspondence via private network) •    20 OCT–24 OCT 2014 — Module 2 (In Person, Abuja NIGERIA) •    26 OCT–23 NOV 2014 — Module 3 (Correspondence via private network) Short Introduction With the advent of dangerous malicious codes like Flame and Stuxnet, it has become evident that nations or institutions […]

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Mercy Foundations is raising money at StartCrunch. They are using the money to support skill development training for people.   Mercy Foundations is a recently launched NGO in line with the vision to touch lives and empower people. In line with the Nigerian Milenium development goals, Mercy Foundations works towards empowering jobless youths and reaching out to school dropouts. Also educating and training secondary school students and undergraduates on acquiring a special skill or vocation […]

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StartCrunch is getting a lot of traffic and we ask people across Nigeria and Africa that now is the time to start creating projects to take advantage of the traffic. People are looking for projects to fund. Take action, fund or be funded.   You might have read that Paypal is now in most parts of Africa, including Nigeria. That means backers anywhere in the world with Visa and Mastercard cards can now support projects. It raises […]

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