They slugged it out before hundreds of guests who came to watch the titans battle. Each presented and defended their business ideas. After their presentation, Ejeke Emeka was voted out as the weakest link while Ogbeifun Iroghama was declared the winner. Speaking at the grand finale, the General Manager, Enterprise Sales, MTN, Onyinye Ikenna-Emeka, noted that the show was committed to exposing young Nigerians to business and entrepreneurial experiences inherent in our environment, thereby supporting and building upon the enterprising spirit embedded in the average young Nigerian.
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Picasso Helps Entrepreneur Pay the Bills
Aitken says the company, which provides loans secured against personal assets like jewelry, watches, fine art and antiques, luxury cars, and sporting and movie memorabilia, makes short-term loans for periods of four to five months, generally speaking, for an average of $12,000. Borro and competitors UltraPawn and PawnGo say theyre targeting business owners, often with excellent credit, who need cash and need it fast. Due to tighter lending restrictions after the recession, they say business owners just arent able to turn to banks as easily as they might have in prior years. Probably the number one thing we bring to the small business owner and entrepreneur is speed, and the ease of getting through the loan process, says PawnGo CEO Todd Hill.
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