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THOUGHTS ON FACEBOOK AND WHATSAPP GROUPS

We sampled opinions on how people feel about Facebook and WhatsApp groups. The responses are really instructive. Mukami: Facebook groups are amazing haha.I like the audience,the exposure, just perfect. WhatsApp groups are tricky. TTM: I love the flexibility with groups. My only issue is when people use groups in ways other than intended eg posting… Continue reading THOUGHTS ON FACEBOOK AND WHATSAPP GROUPS

Food Matters, Money Talks, Startup Corner, TTM FOODPRENEURS, Women That Inspire

Business Accounting With Seyi Bukoye

We had a wonderful interview with Seyi Bukoye in the Start Up Corner last year. Below are excerpts from the session. TTM: Welcome Ms Bukoye. Please can you give us a brief introduction? Seyi Bukoye (SB): Good day everyone. I am Seyi Bukoye, a graduate of Accounting from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State. I have… Continue reading Business Accounting With Seyi Bukoye

Food Matters, Lifestyle Blogs

How to Save Money on Groceries

There are a bunch of ways to save money on groceries. Before You Go To The Store There are a few things you can do before you even head to the store. Create a grocery budget – Plan a budget before you shop and stick to it. It’s a great way to avoid spending on things you don’t… Continue reading How to Save Money on Groceries

Food Matters, Lifestyle Blogs, The Tentmakers

Growing The Naira Through Local Consumption

#Memories I saw an update this morning about why some women will not be bullied into the "Buy Nigerian goods" campaign being pushed primarily to fight this "runaway" exchange rate, as a Tentmaker put it. Then, some of my colleagues discussed the craze by Nigerians for foreign goods. It was a very enlightening discussion. As… Continue reading Growing The Naira Through Local Consumption