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Not wanting to run out of funds like other university students, 20-year-old Busola adopted an unconventional but effective way to save money.
Introducing Bankly BaaS (Banking as a service) – a bouquet of API products enables businesses to unlock seamless payment experiences and drive growth.
Are you a student looking for unique and creative business ideas in Nigeria? Look no further! We have compiled a list of the top 7 unique business ideas that students can pursue to make money alongside their studies.
We sat with one of our Bankly App users, Tayo, to hear his thoughts on how the app has impacted his financial life while living in a bustling city like Lagos.
The best side hustles in Nigeria that can help you earn extra money while exploring your interests and honing your skills.
The current state of things has got everyone looking for new streams of income. To earn extra cash in this economy, you have to put the extra work in. It’s usually not easy but with Bankly, it's easier than you think!
If there is any time to manage money, that time is now. The economy is not smiling and things are getting more expensive by the day. To ease the situation, we're giving you some everyday wisdom to make every Naira count and ease your financial life in these trying times.
The fintech industry has witnessed remarkable growth in recent years, transforming the way financial services are delivered and consumed. Now, entrepreneurs entering this sector often face a critical decision: whether to build a fintech business from scratch or integrate with existing platforms and technologies.
Being a student in Nigeria often comes with financial challenges. Limited resources and rising expenses make it crucial for students to explore alternative sources of income. Thankfully, in 2023, there are numerous side hustles that you can do as a student and start to earn extra money while balancing your academic responsibilities.
In today’s market, there’s really nothing new that sets apart one provision seller from the other or one fabric seller from another. In other words, there’s nothing new under the sun. So what makes your customers stay? What makes them come back even when they try other vendors?
As a Nigerian that stays in Nigeria, it’s a normal thing for you to want to relocate; especially if you are a millennial or a Gen Z, and we don’t even blame you. With the current economic situation and insecurity in the country, why should you even stay?
For small business owners, it’s not uncommon to burn out due to old ways of handling cash, loss of money, looking for change for customers or not knowing why your business is not growing.