It's been 8 years since I joined Facebook and literally fell in love with it. My excitement about Social Media was so profound. I wanted to join every existing site. But Twitter was not what I expected. It was not the same as Facebook.
International Women's Day, marked yearly on the 8th of March, is a day for the recognition and celebration of women all over the world for their roles, past and present be they social, economic, cultural or political. It is a day for advocating for equal opportunities for all women and men everywhere.
As you’ll come to discover in your entrepreneurial journey, there’s the constant need to implement new products, services, and business processes, in consonance with the ever evolving needs of your customers and your business. So, how do you go about this task of tinkering with new ideas that will not only launch/keep your businesses afloat, but also retain/sharpen your competitive edge?
Social media has been a part of our lives since late 20th century. It is probably the most innovative platform that has originated from the existence of the internet. Social life, business, marketing, entertainment, news and pop culture have never been better expounded and shared as they are now, all thanks to social media!
Social Justice is a core philosophy of any society; a universal ground where fairness and equality can breed on and indeed thrive. The rights to life and freedom, regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, disability or nationality, all revolve around the concept of social justice.
Many entrepreneurs tend to feel overwhelmed, especially when it seems there's never enough time to get things done. Many times this could be a result of poor time management - not getting as much as you can into the time you have. Time is really of the essence hence the age old adage - time is money!
I’m sure we all wish that there is a surefire formula for succeeding as an entrepreneur. Sadly, there isn’t. This means that the possibility of failing in your endeavor to create a thriving start-up or even running an existing business is very much present. If in the course of time, your business runs aground, it doesn’t in any way mean you should give up on your entrepreneurial dreams.
The world consists of 1.1 billion girls. This is an undeniable potential for future greatness. If the potential is harnessed properly, girls will be drivers of exponential development for generations to come. However, the statistics demonstrate that girls around the world have the disadvantage of being discriminated against in one way or the other.
On this day in 1960, Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria, got her independence from British colonial rule, and today the country celebrates 56 years of self-governance and sovereignty. A country rich in resources and intellect, Nigeria continues to strive for excellence, but is yet to reach its full potential as the Giant of Africa with a seat on the world table.