Business in Nigeria
Worried by the perennial traffic situation motorists have been contending with in recent times, the Lagos State Government on Thursday said it has fashioned out workable solutions to ensure free flow of traffic across the State, especially as the yuletide season approaches.
The explosion of motorcycles in Nigeria is projected to escalate to new levels as two-wheelers become the main means of transport for the majority of the country’s population.
Lagos To Scale Up Entrepreneurship In Partnership With Professionals
Metro Africa Express (MAX) is on a mission to make mobility safe, affordable, and accessible to Africans. Their on-demand motorcycle ride-hailing service, MAX Okada connects people to professional motorcycle riders called Champions in real time for transport or delivery needs in the city of Lagos.
Two Nigerian teams, NaijaSecForce and Ek0pwn3rs came first and second respectively and they are to represent Africa on the global stage of the Global Cyberlympics.
Since the likes of Jumia, Konga, and other e-commerce giants started operations in Nigeria around 2013, last-mile deliveries have been a major challenge in Nigeria. This problem has led to the springing up of several delivery startups like MAX.ng, the bulk of which operate from Lagos, Nigeria.
Grand Cereals Limited, an integrated food company with leading brands in the cereals, vegetable oil and animal feeds category has launched one of its products, Binggo Dog Food in new attractive packaging into the Nigerian market.
10 units of P8 outdoor full colour LED billboards sized 2.304m by 1.536m are available for sale at N12 million each.