Since I started writing about personal finance for the African millennial, the most frequently asked question I get is, how can I invest? First of all, there is no one size fits all approach to investing. Everyone has different financial obligations, earning potential and risk profiles.
David Goldberg, the highly respected Silicon Valley entrepreneur and chief executive of online questionnaire company SurveyMonkey died suddenly on Friday, according to MSN News. The 47-year-old father of two was also the husband of Facebook’s chief operating officer (COO) Sheryl Sandberg, whose death drew widespread industry tributes from virtually all the
“A minimum viable product allows you to ship a product that early adopters see and, at least, some of whom resonate with, pay you money for, and start to give you feedback on.” ~ Eric Reis What does it take to build an online business overnight, amass financial freedom, and
We announced last week the introduction of a new column – Working in Corporate America: An African’s Perspective, created to shed some light on the widespread misconceptions on the corporate work environment in the United States. This column features real-life experiences from several Africans, while also making comparisons to working in Corporate Africa
This April, join over 60 universities from the UK as they storm Nigeria in the 2015 free UKEAS 2015 UK Exhibition. There will be free seminar on Post-study work opportunities in the UK & Africa plus you will get to discover how a UK education can be a career and
Here is a wonderful opportunity for those interested in the field of medicine and sciences as Neil Slater from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Northumbria University UK, will be giving a seminar and conducting admissions interviews for students interested in pursuing a Bachelors degree, Masters degree or
We all thought Nigeria was on the brink of making history by electing the first ever female Governor, after earlier reports indicated the APC Gubernatorial candidate in Taraba state, Aisha Alhassan, was initially leading the polls during the general polls that took place on April 11. Click here if you missed it!
She Leads Africa, in conjunction with Huawei Technologies is launching a fellowship program for African female tech entrepreneurs. Interested applicants must be female tech entrepreneurs between 18-40 years old. The fellowship which is reportedly the first of its kind would provide fellows a chance to visit China and gain experience
A delegation from Swansea University is heading to Nigeria in search of Lawyers seeking a career in oil and gas and other disciplines. The Swansea delegation is led by Andrew Ubaka Iwobi of Swansea University’s College of Law who says; “We are looking for graduates seeking an LLM in Oil and
The CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards 2015 is now open for the submission of entry. As part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the awards, the organisers have made the call for professional journalists who are’ working in the continent of Africa who have produced a story which has been
Reputable companies involved in diverse business sectors are in search of vibrant, intelligent and experienced individuals to occupy job openings listed below: All applications must be submitted online at http://52497.carltoncooper.net Only serious job seekers should apply.
As a resident of Nigeria, chances are high that you already know the stiff competition exists in the labour market. In case you don’t, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said the rate of unemployment in Nigeria stood at 23.9 per cent in 2011, while urban unemployment was estimated at
Want to study in one of UK’s best modern Universities? Meet Sheffield Hallam University’s Nigerian representative in Port Harcourt for a face-to-face conversation about course options, available scholarships and the excellent facilities and support available. We are also offering an automatic discount of £3,000 to Nigerian students domiciled in Nigeria
Nollywood star actress, Rita Dominic was profiled in this month’s edition of Bloomberg Television’s ‘African Women to Watch,’ which provides a spotlight on women making their marks in film and television across the African continent.
Maya Horgan Famodu‘s company, Ingressive, is every African start up’s dream. But beyond Ingressive, BellaNaija wanted to take a closer look at this entrepreneur who has made it a mission to ensure that Sub-Saharan African businesses get all the necessary resources to help them soar! Maya, who is one part Nigeria,