• We surveyed Nigerians that live abroad to find out the challenges they have faced with doing or starting a business in Nigeria. Here are the results of our survey. Our sample size has 49 respondents with most of the Nigerians that responded living in the USA. Out of the 49 respondents – 40 do not […]
  • Your Content in your Dashboard
    We are excited to showcase our new website. The main focus of this iteration was to increase the ease with which members engage on the website. With the new user dashboard, members of the kpakpakpa network now have full access to their content in a neatly-organized dashboard. This reduces the confusion that some of our […]
  • This article explains how to safe-guard your business from the devastation of a recession. Here are three steps you can take to increase the chances of survival in such a tough business environment. Find foreign clients Keep your
  • Last year we surveyed entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners in Nigeria. The objective of the survey was to find out about the major challenges facing small businesses in Nigeria. Since one of our main goals here at kpakpakpa is to facilitate knowledge-sharing, we want to share the results of our survey with anyone that […]
  • We once again look at how the 2017 Budget proposal affects small to medium enterprises. Last year, the 2016 budget called “The budget of change“ was focused on setting Nigeria on a path of sustainable growth by fighting corruption, boosting national security, diversifying the economy & creating jobs. The 2017 budget called “The budget of […]