Google invests over 3billion in Europe, interesting reason why…

Google will invest 3 billion euros ($3.3 billion) to expand its data centers across Europe over the next two years, the company said Friday. The company’s CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post that Google would invest an additional 600 million euros into its Hamina, Finland data center next year, bringing total investment in[...]

Read More

Experts seek varsity for enterprise development

Entrepreneurship is the the activity of setting up a business or businesses and taking up the associated financial risks in the hope of a profit. It’s sometimes driven by pursuit of individual intuitiveness, talent and deliberate efforts in learning. But mostly, it is started small and nursed through stages, to become Small and Medium Enterprise,[...]

Read More

The story of a Teacher turn Successful Entrepreneur after 50!

Dr. Joe DeSimone took his own path to entrepreneurship. His latest venture, Carbon, is changing the way things are made. He’s assembled one of the most impressive Board of Directors and line up of investors to transform the $300 billion manufacturing industry. Joe recently appeared as a guest on the DealMakers Podcast. During his exclusive[...]

Read More

The best place to be a Females Entrepreneur is…

The San Francisco Bay Area has overtaken New York City as the most accommodative place in the world to be a female entrepreneur, according to a new study. Efforts to eliminate the so-called bro culture, increased access to funding for women and ongoing techdevelopments were some of the ways in which the Bay Area leapfrogged[...]

Read More

9 things to give up right now if you want to be a millionaire

1. Thinking small 2. Putting too much emphasis on saving 3. The steady paycheck 4. Buying things you can’t afford 5. Entertainment: the rich would rather be educated than entertained. They choose continuous learning. 6. Toxic relationships 7. Living in regret: regretting lost opportunities, thinking of the past. You have to constantly envision your future.[...]

Read More

7 Steps in Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur

1. Pick a profitable target audience 2. Build a simple foundation 3. Focus on what works for you 4. Get exposure and grow your audience 5. Offer value and charge what you are worth 6. Study what's working and scale 7. Keep putting in more, don't drop the ball!

Read More

Africa seeks Return of Stolen Assets from Europe and other Countries

Heads of anti-corruption agencies have requested governments in Europe, United States and other jurisdictions to speedily repatriate stolen assets belonging to African nations. The resolution was contained in a communiqué issued at the end of the ninth Commonwealth Regional Conference of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Africa which held from May 6 and 10 in Kampala, Uganda[...]

Read More

UAE offers Five-Year Visa to Entrepreneurs

The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship has announced the implementation of the UAE Cabinet’s decision to issue five-year residency visas for entrepreneurs. The move is part of the UAE's aim to enhance the ease of doing business in the country.The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship will be in charge of issuing the residency[...]

Read More

Bernard Arnault surpasses Warren Buffet on the World Richest List

The topline of today’s news: LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault overtook Warren Buffett to become the third richest man in the world; Private equity group DC Capital Partners profits from running shelters centres housing child migrants; The Yankees topped the Forbes list of the most-valuable baseball teams. This French billionaire controls some of the world’s biggest[...]

Read More

Forbes – 17 Ways to Know if you are meant to be an Entrepreneur

Years ago, my uncle bought a good-sized sailboat. When I congratulated him, he said: “Mike, you wanna know if you’d like sailing too? Go into the shower still wearing your clothes. Turn the cold water on and stand there tearing $100 bills in half. If you like that feeling, you’ll love sailing.” Although my uncle[...]

Read More

The Tony Elumelu Foundation and the AFDP collaborate for Youth Entrepreneurship

Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) have sealed a partnership agreement to accelerate youth entrepreneurship across Africa. This is coming against the backdrop of 3,050 young entrepreneurs, drawn from 54 African countries, selected to participate in the 2019 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program (TEEP), being the 5th cycle of the $100 million[...]

Read More