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August 14 2019. Kobo360, the digital technology platform disrupting African third-party logistics, today announced the completion of a $20M Series A equity round led by Goldman Sachs, with participation from Asia Africa Investment and Consulting Pte. and existing investors including TLcom Capital, Y Combinator, the International Finance Corporation. An additional $10M in local currency working capital financing has been secured from Nigerian commercial banks. Launched in 2017 by Nigerian entrepreneurs Obi Ozor and Ife Oyedele...

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By Wesami Oleuchi You’re stylish, passionate, and talented—and you’ve decided you don’t want to work for someone for the rest of your life. You’re going to become an entrepreneur and start your very own clothing line! This journey is undoubtedly going to be challenging and exciting, so you need to get yourself prepared properly.  Here’s the “checklist” for starting your own clothing line, starting right at the very beginning. Do you have the right skills?...

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A man walks into a restaurant. During the minute it takes him to reach his table, he stops to talk to five people. A woman walks into a restaurant. In the same minute, she stops and only talks to two people. Who is better at networking – men or women? Find out more in our next All-Women-Issue coming out soon…

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While being an employee may not be as glamorous as entrepreneurship, and one may not have all the sophisticated titles and awards that entrepreneurs have, employees are some of the most hardworking and diligent people in the world, they  truly are the ones who make the world go “round”. Find out more in our next All-Women-Issue coming out soon…

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Do you want to learn new skills? But don’t know anyone who can code/crochet/cook? Well, Beavly is an online platform that connects people who want to learn skills with professionals who want to teach these skills. Run by Ijeoma Oguegbu and Barbara Okoto, it is one of two African startups accepted into the exclusive S Factory in Chile last year in November. “We promote informal learning to get graduates and unemployed adults out of the...

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