Hope we’re all doing well.The New Year is here and I would love to show you a simple way to make a passive income through the Pukena Referral Program. I’ll try to keep this brief and concise. So without further ado, let’s get to it.
The new year is here at last! We know you can't wait to hit the ground running. Yea, you go on and do just that; while we save you some stress at home or office by providing you with world-class services in these areas:
In Africa, up to 70 percent of people who regard themselves as ‘entrepreneurs’ do not own a registered business.
How can anyone say they own a business when it doesn’t really and legally exist?
For some of these people, it’s just plain ignorance; they don’t know or understand the importance of a getting a business registered. The others, who aren’t totally ignorant, just choose to avoid the upfront cost of registration when they start their business.
The holidays are upon us. The Christmas and New Year celebrations are around the corner. In the spirit of the season, you are probably thinking of the perfect gift to get for that special spouse, parent, sibling, friend or colleague.
Shopping for other people can be a herculean task, but that’s why we are here. To help you make that all important decision in getting a gift for your loved ones this holiday, here are 36 tech-inspired and pocket-friendly gift ideas that will definitely be of help.
Starting Pukena has since stretched my knowledge capacity. I have studied over 100 successful startups in Nigeria to find out what they are doing right.I noticed a trend, there seems to be a band of successful startups that keep coming up in the media, raising funds and hiring the best talents while others fizzle out with time. In 2018 alone I have counted 5 major startups that failed.I tried to find out what those that succeed are doing right and what the others that fail ain't.
I ensured it went viral across major social media and forums in Nigeria and the result has been nothing short of phenoemanal!In the last 48 hours we have received a good number of orders for logos, websites, busines cards and Company ID cards from people who have run their businesses for several years without these essential tools.
The CEO of Pukena.ng, Emmanuel Udeagha, was a guest on “Amazons on Radio”, an interactive radio program on Classic FM 97.3 that showcases emtrepreneurs who are making a difference in the society using their innovation. Mr Emmanuel shares his thoughts on "Artisans and their Antics" and how Pukena is fast positioning itself as the last hope of an average Nigerian in finding reliable artisans for their everyday service needs.