Afropreneurs
Concerned by the inability of some Entrepreneurs to set feasible business goals, WeHub and Insite Consult recently organized a ‘Goal Setting’ workshop for Entrepreneurs in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and its environs.

Participants at the Workshop unanimously agreed that while setting goals was the first step to turning something invisible (ideas) into the visible (tangible gains), it is imperative for business owners to also ensure they implement strategies that will enable them to meet their set target at all times.

Speaking during the ‘Visioning for Success’ session, Mrs. Louisa Ogwuru, CEO of Insite Consults explained that beyond setting goals, it’s important for every Entrepreneur to have a vision that guides them in reaching their goals.

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Afropreneurs
To ensure upcoming Entrepreneurs gain traction in the marketplace and also increase sales in their respective sectors, Doyin Adewola, CEO, Box office Hub has exposed Entrepreneurs to several customer management skills and principles crucial to the growth of their brand.

Adewola who spoke to startups currently under Wennovation/Next Economy incubation program during the recent edition of the Startup Hangout, Abuja noted that handling people/customers can be a very daunting task as they have tendencies to be extremely difficult and demanding.

However, according to him, Entrepreneurs should not wish customers away, rather they should be more concerned in finding out why a customer is aggrieved and try to solve their problem and possibly charge them more for providing solutions to their challenges.
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Afropreneurs
Techpreneurs have identified new ways to navigate through challenges peculiar to Nigeria’s dynamic business environment. These new strategies emanated from shared experiences and peep talks during a recent Roundtable Discussion hosted at Wennovation Hub, Abuja.

The event which was themed, ‘Challenges and Drawbacks of doing Business in Nigeria’, provided a platform for business owners to discuss the numerous potholes they have to evade on their individual entrepreneurial journey.

The session featured Aurelija Urbonaviciu, CEO and Co-founder of Tipi as the main speaker.
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