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Nigeria Coffee Story

Nigeria Coffee Story

The Nigerian coffee story is not just a tale, it is an adventure with many aha-moments as we explore the historical, economic, political and social angles around the Nigerian coffee. Packed with insightful, exciting and sometimes, shocking details about the past, present and possible future of the Nigerian coffee bean.

2019-11-19 03:27:52.0

From An Adventure to a Venture - Grab a Stake in The Nigerian Coffee Market

Twenty minutes from the time you push the play button, you would have become fully empowered with what you need to grab a stake in the Nigerian Coffee Market. Listening to this podcast is only the beginning. Get full value for your time as every sentence you're about to digest is based on facts, figures and the feelings of real stakeholders in the coffee industry. It is far beyond what you get from reading a thousand textbooks or from the often untested opinions of bloggers. This is not just history, this is the real story of how the Nigerian Coffee Bean becomes a commercial character through whom many entrepreneurs are making it really big. The opportunities have been shared freely in this podcast and you could never go wrong with the Nigerian Coffee Market when you follow what these major stakeholders are saying. Discover the untold stories about coffee's history but more importantly, discover a market that is ready for you to win, win and win!

2019-11-11 03:08:06.0

The Nigerian Coffee Industry - In Search of a Culture

This is the story of how the coffee bean left its homeland to travel the world, gained more acceptance abroad than at home and drew attention back to itself from its homelands as it becomes a 21st-century culture-culturing commodity among the youth of the world. In this episode, we focus on how Nigerians from the West African soil struggle to define a truly organic coffee culture for themselves in a world that is already coffee drunk. With music at every turn, you can't resist the temptation to listen over and share.

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