Inside Nigeria Where Entrepreneurship Is Not A Solution But The Sign Of A Big Problem

Unpopular Opinion: Entrepreneurship Can Also Be A Bad Thing Over the years, the benefit and impact of entrepreneurship have, time

Tony Elumelu’s UBA Is Walking The Talk On Youth Investment – Sets Aside NGN 50 Bn For Nigerian SMEs

The United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc; a bank started by one of Africa’s most celebrated entrepreneur and philanthropist, Tony

S.A’s Digital Financing Startup Lulalend Secures USD 6.5 Mn Series A To Narrow SME Funding Gap

Cape Town-based SME digital lending startup, Lulalend, has announced the conclusion of a USD 6.5 Mn Series A, raised in

Access To Funding Gets Easier For Rwanda’s Enterprising SMEs

According to the Rwandan Ministry of Trade and Industry, 98 percent of businesses are considered SMEs, contributing 41 percent of


MSMEs Offer Over 59 Million Jobs In Nigeria

Over 37 million Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are offering over 59 million jobs in Nigeria. This is according

SMEs To Receive Financial Boost Following EU’s Latest Investment

Financial access is the single biggest impediment to the growth and development of Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This is

France Pledges USD 2.8 Bn For African Startups And SMEs

As the world focuses on Silicon Valley as the sole hub of innovation, investors are eyeing and making investments in

Egypt’s Unemployment Rate Drops As Its Economy Regains Steam

Egypt’s unemployment rate has dropped to pre-revolution levels in the wake of the North African country’s economic rejuvenation alongside an

SMEs: Mauritius Urges African Governments To ‘Walk The Talk’

The joint expert group meeting held to discuss the role of Small and Medium Enterprises in the industrial process, which

ITU Scribe Urges African Governments to Invest in SMEs

Secretary-General to the International Telecommunications Union, the person of Houlin Zhao, has made a call to all governments in Africa