Being an entrepreneur can feel intimidating and daunting, especially in the beginning. But thanks to the internet, facing it alone is now a thing of the past. There are a ton of easy-to-use tools online that can help you grow your business beyond your imaginations.
We’ve selected 5 of them for you in no particular order viz:
One of the most interesting sessions at the masterclass organized by Printivo during the just-concluded Social Media Week was Ayomidotun freeborn’s, where he dwelt specifically on how creatives wouldn’t just make money but make that which is commensurate with their true worth.
The Printivo marketplace have overtime been studied and severally examined to a point when we can confidently categorize the store-owners based on their behaviors as highlighted below.
The regular cash-out bosses
It’s painful and heart-wrecking to put so much effort into setting up a store/shop and eventually making no dime from such store. Trying to think about what those precious time spent on designing and editing could have been used on can as well be depressing.
It becomes worse when you begin to see other stores- many of which mightn’t be as cool as yours racking in money in bundles, but hey, that’s why this post has been put together for you to do a quick check on those steps you must have been wrongly taking . Continue reading
For this Kogi born model, leaving her job to start a fashion outfit was somewhat difficult and really challenging as she lost a whole lot including close relationships but did this deter her from her dream?
This interview with Alabi Blessing, founder of TheStyleArchitect will guide us through her world, her hustle and her brand.
How It All Started
Being the second child and first daughter from a family of 6, I knew I wanted to connect with people, have not just conversations but one that will yield positive results, on the other hand, I had a thing for style, l’d get angry on seeing people wear clothes that are 2 sizes smaller, like, I literally found myself walking up to people and politely righting some Wardrobe wrongs. ( lol. I still do, I can’t help it.)
Fast forward to last year April, when I made the decision to leave my job and start, just start something.