Venture into Used Academic Books

Nigerians love to read. Academic books for school children, university students and professionals are great sellers. Take the books to market or sell online and earn your cash. The level of commitment and discipline needed to make a business succeed should not be underestimated. We’ve all heard those almost mythical stories of successful American business start …

How to become an accredited JAMB CBT Centre

JAMB has instructed that only accredited JAMB CBT Centres, tasked with conducting the actual UTME exams, will henceforth be the only authorised centres for registering candidates for the exams. This decision by the board has led to the disqualification of most cyber cafes and business centres, that would usually register candidates for UTME exams. In …

How To Start Waste Recycling Business

Waste recycling business is money but any business that a person embarks on without having some adequate information about it is bound to fold up within shortest time possible. Waste Recycling business is gearing to takeover right now. Waste recycling is one business that very few are getting right from the onset. This business is …

How to Start a Profitable Shoe Business

Shoes are important accessory that complete and compliment an individual outfit. Everyone needs one form of shoe for their everyday activities, like to go to weddings, church, school, work and other formal and informal events. Starting a shoe manufacturing company can be a tough one but it also has the potential of making you a …

How To Start Pepper Farming In Nigeria

Now, let’s look into pepper farming and the benefit of starting it as a business. In the process of researching business opportunities in Nigeria. Starting a pepper farm is not difficult, it’s very similar to tomato farming in many ways. The same season, same cultivating techniques, and same growing period. SEE ALSO: http://runabiz.com.ng/2016/10/26/best-way-to-start-tomato-farming-business/ There are …

Best Way To Start Tomato Farming Business

Do you know that Nigerians consume over 300, 000 ton of tomato paste? Which when converted it’s 1.5 million tons of fresh tomato. Nigeria stands as the Africa’s biggest importer of tomato paste with almost 16 billion annually spend for the importation. With more indigenous companies joining the tomato and paste business, the demand for fresh …