Kaymu seeks to stimulate entrepreneurship in Nigeria

Kaymu, an online marketplace present in many African countries, launches the Next Big Entrepreneur Campaign - a support campaign to help prospective entrepreneurs overcome the difficulties associated to open a business in Nigeria

 

Kaymu, an online marketplace present in many African countries, launches the Next Big Entrepreneur Campaign - a support campaign to help prospective entrepreneurs overcome the difficulties associated to open a business in Nigeria.

Led by Evangeline Wiles, the Managing Director of Kaymu, the Next Big Enterpreneur Campaign initiative is aimed at teaching entrepreneurs about online business while giving them an opportunity to win startup capital.

A selected group of the best applicants will be trained by e-commerce experts in entrepreneurial skills and business know-how. The initiative seeks to avoid business startup failure by providing the startup capital and training, two major crucial factors for success.

Other similar initiatives in the past were the Kaymu Entrepreneurial Workshop, KaymuVarsility and SME Saturdays.The future of e-commerce in Nigeria is said to be very positive. Experts expect a tremendous increase in jobs available and significant growth rates, providing a greater variety of products to the public.

The increasing level of trust is an important indicator that Kaymu and other e-commerce platforms like Jumia, Konga, DealDey, and others have done a great job in bringing transparency into the market, which helped to expand the spirit of e-commerce, moving more and more merchants from offline to online.

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