Business & Economy

5 Habits that Kill Financially

5 Habits that Kill Financially

By Kazeem Abolore There are 5 distinct habits that kill financially which you might indulge in knowingly or unknowingly. As a friend advised, no time for epistle, let’s look at them quickly. 1. Excessive Debt Yes debt. Yoruba call it “gbese” and indeed it is gbese. It sucks one financially,…
5 Great Ways Technology Has Influenced Banking

5 Great Ways Technology Has Influenced Banking

Haters of technology will unashamedly testify to the impact technology has had in the banking sector over the decades. In Nigeria, the discrepancies between the so-called old generation and new generation banks are no longer there. Thanks to technology. This is because many banks have invest millions to accommodate technology.…
Jumia to Launch Payment Solution in 2017

Jumia to Launch Payment Solution in 2017

By Abdulkabir Olatunji Jumia Market, Nigeria’s leading online marketplace is looking ahead to 2017 with a lot of optimism after exceeding its sales target during this year’s Black Friday. The company’s Managing Director, Sefik Bagdadioglu at a briefing in Lagos this Wednesday with leading bloggers explained that despite the country’s…
Jumia Travel Launches “Dream Deals”

Jumia Travel Launches “Dream Deals”

Lagos, 14th December, 2016 – Following the remarkable 2016 Black Friday campaign that beat all-times sales record of + 30% gross bookings a day, Jumia Travel is back in the deals business with a new campaign dubbed “Travel Wednesday” running every Wednesday on the company’s official website. The promotions, also…
Tax compliance gets easier for companies, but new data highlights post–filing challenges across the world  Africa is still a difficult region for paying taxes – PwC

Tax compliance gets easier for companies, but new data highlights post–filing challenges across the world Africa is still a difficult region for paying taxes – PwC

PRESS RELEASE Tax compliance gets easier for companies, but new data highlights post–filing challenges across the world Africa is still a difficult region for paying taxes – PwC JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, December 1, 2016/ — Economies around the world continue to make progress in simplifying and reducing the burden of…
Economic Recession and Low Hanging Fruits

Economic Recession and Low Hanging Fruits

By Babs Iwalewa World economies are not immune from sudden “boom” and “burst” cycles. These cycles of “boom” and “burst” have become a regular feature of the world economic system since the capitalist economic model accentuated by globalization gained ascendancy over other types of economic models within the last three…
How to Get Nigeria Swiftly Out of Recession

How to Get Nigeria Swiftly Out of Recession

By Abdulkabir Olatunji Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy is tethering on the verge of economic depression and you could probably fill a library with the quantity of material that has been written on this issue. Despite these numerous submissions ranging from the brilliant to the ridiculous, the country has failed to get…