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  • Active Member Asked on September 2, 2016 in Business.

      You should do enough research. There is no one-cap-fit-all amount for starting a business in Nigeria. It depends on the business location, and cost of production. Legal fees can also vary from one place to the other.

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    • Active Member Asked on September 2, 2016 in Real Estate.

        I suggest you design a nice proposal and/or company profile and go out there and talk to your prospective clients.

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      • Active Member Asked on September 2, 2016 in SEO.

        Google can pool logo from your profile. It is possible your page is displaying profile image. if you want to change the page logo, go to the menu at the top right corner from your profile, click and expand it. Click more button at the bottom and select My Business. Click Manage page on the business page you want to edit. Anew window will open. Move your mouse over the profile logo to change the logo. Click on it and you will be prompted to upload an image. Upload the page logo and that is all. If you still have any question, ask below.

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      • Active Member Asked on August 29, 2016 in Real Estate.

          First you should have a marketing budget in place. The budget should cover, thinks like online marketing such as social media campaign since your business appeal to the eye. Apart from the internet, you can as well design a profile and share to potential clients. If you need help with internet or social media marketing contact me.

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        • Active Member Asked on August 26, 2016 in Technology.

          You can use namecheap to get started. They offer discount for a start. If you are registering .ng domain you can use Nigeria registrar but for hosting just look for money for namecheap. I think you can get started for about $12 or less for the first year. But you will pay about $39 from the second year.

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        • Active Member Asked on August 22, 2016 in Business.

            You can start a business with little or no capital in many ways. You can offer services where you collect advance fees, partner with others, or setup online ecommerce that compel the clients to pay online. The opportunities are limitless just Google for more.

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          • Active Member Asked on August 21, 2016 in Agriculture.

              First you should know that investors are after return on investment. So, first you need to carryout a feasibility study on the business and have a professional business plan in place. The feasibility study will show if the business is worth investing. Belief me you will get investor if it is. You can search for investors online or do a simple Google search for “Agricultural investors’ or ‘Agricultural Angel investors’. Goodluck

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            • Active Member Asked on August 21, 2016 in Business.

                We are hiring and also training people to build the business of their dream. If you will like to be hired or trained let me know

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              • Active Member Asked on August 21, 2016 in Agriculture.

                Thank you I never thought of Shoprite. I will do a tour around to see if I can get what I want.

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              • Active Member Asked on August 21, 2016 in Consulting.

                  First you need to develop a website for your business, have a strategic social media marketing campaign in place and seek partnership where necessary. You can also recruit marketing personnel to help you generate sales.

                  I am looking for partners who are into cleaning services.

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                • Active Member Asked on August 12, 2016 in Consulting.

                    If you are on zero budget, I will take it that you are working on what we called a trial blog, that way you will have to learn CSS, HTML, PHP. But if you are developing your blog for financial reward or if it is a business blog, you will need a professional to help you customize the blog. That is the global practice.

                    As per content, you can outsource that to copywriters or learn from similar blogs. You can as well learn from research how to write compelling blog posts.

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                  • Active Member Asked on August 8, 2016 in Finance.

                      What do you mean by unique? Is it in name, length, extension or what parameter? Or are you interested in general advise?

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                    • Active Member Asked on August 8, 2016 in Business.

                        I will say both are important. but if I had to choose, accuracy is the way to go. If you speed up and make mistake, it may be costly.

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                      • Active Member Asked on August 8, 2016 in Fashion.

                        You can also search for fashion retail store online and contact them manually.

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                      • Active Member Asked on August 7, 2016 in No Category.

                          Who Illuminati don help. It is those who are lazy in thought and lazy in life that are looking for shortcut to financial freedom.

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                        • Active Member Asked on August 7, 2016 in Marketing.

                            actually I am on a tight budget.

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                          • Active Member Asked on August 7, 2016 in Agriculture.

                              Thanks for your detail response.  I am going to venture into Agriculture and I wanted to know what to expect and how to prepare for these climate changes. I think your response has opened my eyes.

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                            • Active Member Asked on August 7, 2016 in Management.

                              Thanks for the suggestion @Chinwe and @Darlinton. I Know of Business day but Financial Nigeria is new to me and I am going to check it ouyt

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                            • Active Member Asked on August 6, 2016 in Business.

                                A gas plant to me sound like a massive project and in most cases, you may need a license. In that way, you may have to consult a professional to carry out feasibility study on the project and look for relevant government agency that regulate gas plant installation. On the other hand, you should take note that there is difference between a gas plant, a gas refilling station or a cooking gas business.

                                Here are some basic tips:

                                • Select a good location
                                • Register your business and obtain necessary license
                                • Build your infrastructure
                                • Employ skilled staff
                                • Advertise your business
                                • Seek and acquire knowledge

                                Remember SAFETY is No 1

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                              • Active Member Asked on August 6, 2016 in Agriculture.

                                  Like in any business start-up, a little research might be all that you need. Loam and sandy loam soils are best for tomato production, but tomatoes will grow in almost all soil types except heavy clay. If you your soil has lots of clay, you can improve the texture by tilling the soil and incorporating sand, sawdust, peat moss or other amendments before planting. The soil should be fairly loose and well-drained. Tomatoes don’t do well in dry soil, but avoid planting them in excessively wet, waterlogged soil, or anywhere standing water gathers after a rain.

                                  A good starting point when you prepare your farm is to have your soil tested. Soil test kits are available at most garden stores as well as your nearest university extension office. The results of the soil test will reveal nutrient content and pH, as well as make recommendations for soil amendments. And note, Tomatoes like their soil pH around 6.0 to 6.8.

                                  This article How To Start Tomato Farming  may also help.

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