Hello beautiful people, ConnectNigeria is hosting a Marketplace for this Saturday, 27th of August 2016. One of the awesome things about summer time is all the really cool marketplace we get to attend. Why is this awesome? Let’s analyse it…
Hello beautiful people, did you miss the 3rd edition of the Market Place Pop Up organized by The Market Place NG? Don’t worry, as usual we have anticipated your needs and written a highlight of the event just for you.
Many thanks to our partner, Trade Nigeria, for the amazing pictures from the event. Come on, let’s relive the amazing day filled with fun…
Nigerian entrepreneurs are fast becoming the backbone of the country’s economy and it is only befitting to acknowledge their bravery and shrewd business acumen.
To this end, an awards organization was set up to celebrate the magnanimous work of the outstanding ones among Nigerian entrepreneurs. This event is thus termed The Nigeria Entrepreneurs Award (NEA)….
SMEs (Small and Medium Scale Enterprises) in Nigeria have still not gotten as strong as it can. The USP brand management initiative has designed a seminar channeled towards educating SMEs on how to grow.
Brand2Wealth Seminar for SMEs is USP’s corporate social investment initiative, aimed at assisting SMEs in business development through branding techniques. It consists of seminars held in conjunction with banks and other Institutions where participants are taken through the fundamentals of branding….
Hello beautiful people, let’s take our taste buds on a food trip to Libya today. Who else loves trying new food recipes? The recipe we would be looking at is called Asida.
Asida is a traditional dish in Libya popularly served during certain celebrations such as Eid (a celebration that makes the end of Ramadan), births etc. It is also referred to as the Arabic boiled flour pudding
It is a boiled flour pudding cooked directly in water. The flour is made of wheat or whole-meal flour dough cooked in water. Let’s see the procedure of preparing this food here…
If you’re in Nigeria you must agree that getting quality natural hair and skincare products here can be quite a daunting task.
I have bought terrible coconut oil several times and paid dearly for it. So at Bellafricana, we have identified this need and we want to make it easier for people to get the best quality henceforth.
Did I hear you say; “Yippee the days of wondering where to get quality natural hair and skincare products are over!”?
Yes beautiful people, they surely are!
So come on let’s look at these places with all the trusted natural hair and skincare goodies in Nigeria.
I am really excited to introduce you to this gorgeous and amazing vibrant lady Rukayat Ositade, the founder of MyImani. MyImani is an ethno-tribal interior design brand that provides you with unique services in sourcing for rare ethnic artifacts suitable for interior decorations.
During our chat, Rukayat said Imani is a Swahili version of Iman, which means faith. In this interview with her, she shared a lot of interesting and some surprising details about herself.
I’m sure you’re curious to find out too. Come on, let’s meet her…
Code Camp Africa is here to teach teenagers how to code and create apps from an early age. The best time for learning and assimilation is at this stage.
This is the opportunity the organizers of Code Camp Africa have seized to build the mind of teenagers for coding. They are preparing teens to use technology to solve problems.
Do something different from the norm with these lovely Ankara wedding ideas we’ve got outlined here.
Ankara to some people may just be known as the capital of Turkey, but to many Africans and even globally now, it is a beautifully coloured fabric that has been worn for ages.
Mostly this fabric is made of cotton material. It is available as African wax print, Holland wax or Dutch wax. In this article, we will be talking about various ways you can use Ankara in your wedding.
Ethnikologie CEO, founder of the African arts and craft store has a lot to inspire us with. Have you always had a passion to do something but always take a step back thinking maybe it’s not the best path for you?
You need to meet the founder of Ethnikologie, Titiloye Ashamu who’s passion has led to the creation of her amazing business in arts and crafts.
Let’s meet her now and take a note or two from her. Come on!