How we have successfully co-managed Seamfix – Chimezie Emewulu and Chibuzor Onwurah
By Guardian Exclusive
16 September 2021 | 3:56 pm
Managing a startup is not an easy task, co-managing one with a partner is even harder but Chimezie Emewulu, MD/CEO, Seamfix Ltd, and Chibuzor Onwurah, Co-Founder, Seamfix Ltd share nuggets on what startups should know before going into business and how they both handle disagreements when making decisions.
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