Ideas

Idea #7: A Zoo of Replicas

Children love animals but where do our children see animals in all their glory? In Nigeria, most of them only see them in zoos shown on TV, and even the ones privileged to visit actual zoos get to see only a few of them. The challenges for would-be entrepreneurs are many: sourcing for animals and …

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Idea #6: Meal Subscription Venture

Problem: Some people struggle with eating well regularly at work. Especially if you don’t have a lunch box from home, like me. What if people had a way to automate this daily meal ordering–set it in motion once per month/quarter (or per year!) and the meals show up daily without any further hassle? The Idea: …

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Idea #5: Clothes Exchange

Problem: Sometimes, people, especially women, have so many clothes piled up in wardrobes and yet complain they have no clothes. What they are saying is, they want new trendy clothes but for the constraints of cash. Solution: Set up a clothes shop where customers can exchange their pre-owned but good clothes for new clothes at …

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Idea #1: Career Counseling Services for Workers

1. The Problem Where do regular workers (not business executives) go when they need help with career decisions, stress at work, health challenges affecting their careers, mental wellness, physical wellness? Yes, people talk to friends and relatives or religious leaders, read posts or books but do those resources or people provide specialist, structured support day …

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Creating EverCreed

I spent weeks of intense work on EverCreed. It’s a question-and-answer website for Christians. Quora? Stack Exchange? Yes… okay, no. This one’s focused on Christian-centric issues only. Everything from doctrine to the deliberations of daily living. Will it matter to Christians? In Nigeria and beyond? Maybe. Well, I hope so. The dream is to launch …

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