Sales Advisory For Small Business Owners in Nigeria
On today's episode with we are all about sales which is KEY to growth. Without sales your business service or product based is non-existent. Once you are not able to quantify your actions within your business then you haven’t started. From the definition of sales, to application of sales strategy, selling through on online marketplaces, selling on Instagram to unconventional tips for turning inquiries to sales, our guest gives in-depth sights into this. Motunrayo Idowu-Kuola is the CEO of Aurione Limited, a private firm dedicated to helping businesses grow and improve certain processes within their company. His experiences go from sales and business development in the telecommunication industry to media consultation in radio and then sales and marketing in core IT for Signal alliance and later Microsoft west Africa before you started Aurione.
Growth Strategies For Small Businesses in Nigeria - Olatunde Odebiyi
On this episode, we look at some reasons why service based businesses are harder to market and therefore grow while providing solutions to entrepreneurs within these sectors with tips to adapt to their business. We focus on 3 major businesses: Tailoring Photography and Makeup artist Guest on the show is Olatunde Odebiyi, the Managing Partner at Cornelli and Mosh Consults Limited.
Legal Advise For Entrepreneurs In The Creative Economy - Yemisi Falaye
On this episode, we explore the importance of understanding a creative brand is a business and the need to treat it as one. Entertainment lawyer Yemisi Falaye talks to us about some repercussions which occur with creative personalities such as singers, actors and so on who do not protect their brand and work. Yemisi Falaye works with the prestigious law firm of Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun and heads the Entertainment Law Group of the firm. ‘Yemisi has over the years garnered in-depth experience in providing premium legal advice and representation to individuals and organizations in the entertainment industries in Nigeria, which include film, music, theatre, art, television, radio, publishing and digital media. Asides entertainment law, ‘Yemisi also has a wide-range experience in Intellectual Property, Immigration and Company Secretarial matters in Nigeria. She focuses on the prosecution of trademark, patent, copyright and design on behalf of clients. She manages the immigration status of several expatriates in Nigeria and is involved in general corporate and commercial matters in the firm.
Customer Service - A Key Factor To Business Success In 2018
On this episode of Unravel, using personal horror stories from different people, we review best practices for organizations on how to treat your customers better both offline and online. We explored the following points: The important roles customers play in your company beyond profit Ways customer service affects your business bottom line Tips for practicing efficient customer service on social media Why Good Customer Service Is Your Most Important Metric for your business
Productivity Hacks For Startups in 2018
Its a new year and with that comes new year resolutions and a review of the previous year. On this episode, we talk about setting productive hacks for your business. From the importance of setting weekly goals to setting new year resolutions using Mark Zuckerberg past resolutions as a case study, we explore all the benefits of setting a fresh pace for your business in 2018.
Dealing With The Complexity of Competition As A Startup
On this episode, we look the complexity of competition in business taking a deeper dive into the subject matter and tips. You will learn in this episode: Defining and identifying competition Driving competition crazy Working with competition The need for competition for personal and business drive and success Turning Heavy Competition Into an Advantage by Copying Your Competitors' Best Features using snapchat and Instagram as case studies How to promote healthy competition within your organization and the need for this.
Tricks/Tips For Website/SEO Optimisation - SMEs
On this episode, we look into the different ways small businesses can enhance your website with tips, tricks, and Google applications. From Google, AdWords, google my business and more Charles Dairo takes us through easy ways to get our business noticed. Charles Dairo is the founder and CEO of CKDigital, one of Nigeria's leading digital agencies, with a mission to help businesses succeed through excellent digital services. Charles has been in the web design and digital marketing space since 2009. In that time, he has helped hundreds of companies do a better job getting results online. Passionate about helping people succeed, Charles is also a speaker and mentor and teaches regularly at CKDigital Academy helping people begin their careers in Web Design & Digital Marketing.
How Do You Survive When Your Startup Isn't Making Money Yet?
Many Entrepreneurs struggle to survive in the early days of their startup when the business isn't generating revenue yet, many don't have personal income and the struggle to pay personal bills tend to affect the business journey. We look at the early stages of starting a business. The journey and what you need to survive the early stages. Our main focus includes: The will to move on when business isn't Ho to grow your business without spending money You are growing now, so what? Developing a growth mindset
Wealth planning for individuals and businesses
On this episode, we talk about wealth planning for the future, saving, separating business account from personal and investment. Guest today is Olubunmi Samuel-Adeyemi. She is a Money Therapist and Personal Finance Coach at LIMER Personal Finance. Over the years, she has trained young professionals across the globe in the art of managing their personal and family finances. Olubunmi is very passionate about multiplying funds for individuals and providing same to viable businesses as capital or for expansion. Her passion to empower young people to create and manage wealth has led her to impart financial literacy knowledge to individuals and groups, irrespective of their economic status. She loves helping people to see that they can master money and live life on their own terms. At the helm of affairs at LIMER Personal Finance, Olubunmi is constantly speaking and training on handling Personal Finance via private coaching sessions, classroom learning and group sessions. Her vision is to substantially reduce poverty across the world. Olubunmi has bagged several certifications and taken short courses on Personal Finance, Financial Planning, Financial Literacy and Business Financial Health at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Australia and the Sydney Institute of TAFE. She was also certified in Business Data Planning and Analysis at the Lagos Business School, Pan Atlantic University. In addition to engaging in the fundraising efforts for LEAP’s Youth Leadership programmes, she coordinated activities required for the successful publishing of LEAP Africa’s 4th book on business leadership. And in July, 2016, Olubunmi was nominated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to volunteer her expertise on its Technical Committee on Financial Literacy, a role which afforded additional opportunities to take financial literacy education efforts nationwide.
One-Man Businesses Tagged The Worst To Do Business With in Nigeria - Find Out Why
Today we look at some of the common issues surrounding one man businesses and the effect they have on staffing which ultimately leads to down time. Our guest on the show is Oscar Ikele Onus, he is the lead strategist and co-founder of Lemon Tech; a leading management and strategy consulting firm in Lagos Nigeria. He has authored various articles on performance, development and human behavior. Oscar began his career as a business process consultant and a social media strategist with one of the leading oil and gas consulting firm in Nigeria before moving to join the nations national oil company to work as an interface coordinator liaising on behalf of his company, the federal government of Nigeria and other IOCs.