Tag: Business

snob appeal

It’s 2017; the later end of it albeit it’s not too late to revive your marketing strategy? The average entrepreneur’s marketing strategy consists of the usual ads, blogging, promotions etc. (does that describe you?) that’s why there is a lot of struggle for the limited marketing space. Every marketing attempt must be backed up with a sound marketing strategy. So, what’s your marketing strategy? Today, I want to present you with a widely used but not commonly known marketing strategy known as SNOB APPEAL.

yetoonz touch

About Me: My name is Solarin Yetunde, a native of Ogun State, Sagamu Local government and I am the last born of Solarin family. I attended Remo Secondary School and did my SSCE at Topmost College. I bagged my first degree at Olabisi Onabanjo University in the department of Business Administration and I graduated with Second Class Upper Division (Hons). I have a certification in Project Management, a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians and a student of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. I did my NYSC in Oyo State at the Ministry of Trade, Investment and Co-operative. I am single but engaged to my best friend who has been a source of unlimited courage and backing to me.

why you will not start a business

Entrepreneurship is great; it gives you the freedom to create something you truly care about instead of working sheepishly for a company you care nothing for, it gives you the ability to create a part of history and affect the world the way you desire to; it gives you control over your time and your financial future. All these are admirable and great but despite all the obvious benefits of starting your business, some people will never do it even if they can and should.

how to start a business without quitting your job.

Many times, when we think about the word “Entrepreneur” what comes to mind is a rebel, a misfit, someone who breaks the rules, does something out of the ordinary and changes the world. He usually has an eureka moment when he has discovered the next big thing and then starts work immediately on that idea, quits his job immediately and uses his garage as an office to build the next big thing. This view of the entrepreneur isn’t a realistic one, especially in our economy and culture.

Starting a business just like other events in a person’s life must be well planned and timed and a number of factors must be taken into consideration before launching out the new venture. Before I delve into those factors and my opinion of what time is right to start your business, I would like to draw your attention to times that people commonly start businesses.