Tag: startegy


22
Aug 2017
Game of Thrones Business Lessons BMC Afropreneur POdcast Web

Dear Entrepreneur, This week we decided to explore the business lessons from the most unlikely source – Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones, the fantasy series on HBO, is a drama series that is mostly about loyalty and conflict resolution. With such an amazing story line of power, love and wars, it is difficult to ignore the leadership and business lessons embedded in it. So we decided to share some amazing tips with you to help grow your business, increase conversion and earn the loyalty of your customers. If you......

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15
Aug 2017
Money vs Network Afropreneur Podcast Entrepreneurs Africa

What is most important to the budding entrepreneur, money or network? I’m sure a lot of people will scream money! What is a business without capital to run it? Especially with the fact that the African Entrepreneurs is the ‘government’ to him/herself. He/She has to provide power, water, pay premium for rent etc I bet that if we conduct a poll, we will get differing views. We think that your Network is very important too! There’s a saying that goes – Your Network determines your Net Worth. 1. Your network can......

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07
Aug 2017
Chiamaka Obuekwe Social Prefect - Rest-Afropreneur POdcast Web (1)

Entrepreneurs seldom find time to rest and it’s quite understandable because to succeed in this part of the world you need full dedication to your business. The endless obligations and drive to reach our set targets so as to keep the business alive makes us ignore our health. However, rest is important. The lack of ‘downtime’ can impact negatively on your performance and ultimately your business. How? Once stress creeps in, optimism drops, you become tired incessantly and your general enthusiasm takes a nose dive. Not to talk of......

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09
Feb 2017
How To Overcome The Hardest Part Of Entrepreneurship: Starting

Starting is often a challenge. It is the first hurdle you cross to become an entrepreneur. This article from Inc.com We spend the majority of our young lives having others motivate and direct us – from parents and teachers pushing us to excel at learning, to peers inspiring us to push our limits and discover what we’re truly capable of, to loved ones causing us to look deeper into ourselves and develop who we are as a person, and where our moral compass points. It’s understandably jarring when that’s......

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