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3 Jun 2021
There is an online marketplace that makes procurement easy and more transparent for hotels and restaurants in Africa. It is called Vendease, and on this one-of-a-kind platform, anyone in the food business can order the best quality products at the best possible price. Tunde Kara, the platform’s co-founder and CEO, explains how it works.
14 Jan 2021
Authorities say the darknet platform had half a million users, where drugs, counterfeit money, stolen credit card data, anonymous SIM cards and malware were traded. The suspected operator was arrested in Germany.
14 Jan 2021
Lupiya, a Zambia-based fintech startup, is a marketplace for microloans. Evelyn Kaingu speaks with Guardian TV about Lupiya's products and financial inclusion in Zambia.
20 Jul 2019
This week has seen the beginnings of duration risk, rather than credit risk, falling out of favor in the marketplace. It’s the bonds, not the corporates, that have been the issue. Some explain it as profit-taking, others point to the stronger-than-expected U.S. inflation data, and a few are flagging the possibility of a so-called reflation trade.
14 Apr 2019
Asia’s biggest art marketplace is back. Art Basel Hong Kong features more than 240 galleries hoping to entice buyers at a time when political and economic issues are weighing on spending.
13 Feb 2019
Zilingo Pte, a Singapore-based online fashion marketplace, raised $226 million to fund an expansion into the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia.
10 Mar 2018
Metro Woman Marketplace: Happy coffee (Part 2).
10 Mar 2018
Metro Woman Marketplace: Happy coffee (Part 1).
13 Jan 2018
Bunmi Arinbola is a passionate, vibrant and dynamic young woman who grew up with the intent to became a Barrister at Law but ended up running "Elewa" a hospitality/semi-processed food outfit and knew for certain she had found her place.
13 Jan 2018
Bunmi Arinbola is a passionate, vibrant and dynamic young woman who grew up with the intent to became a Barrister at Law but ended up running "Elewa" a hospitality/semi-processed food outfit and knew for certain she had found her place.
11 Apr 2017
Anthonia Ojenagbon, a graduate of Wavecrest College of Hospitality and the managing director of Silton African Kitchen, a cutting-edge catering company explains why her company is unique.
25 Mar 2017
No nation can compete effectively in today's global marketplace with an unskilled workforce. While that is no longer news, the question is, how Africa's largest economy is positioning for success in the global market.

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