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Financial Lessons to Teach Your Children
Money should not be a barrier to giving your children the life they deserve. It is important to educate them about finances so they grow with the right knowledge needed to survive in the financial world
Your Guide to Quick Funds with Aella
As a lending institution, we offer loans to individuals and businesses with the aim of granting credit access to the unbanked and underbanked. Whether the funds are for personal use or business use, you can be sure of a guaranteed loan in five minutes. The application process is simple:
Aella App: The Perfect Life Partner
As a young child, you looked forward to adulting. It always looked fun to you. You couldn’t wait to become independent, receive instructions from no one and take ‘charge’ of your life. But it’s not what you expected. You eventually find that the transition to adulthood can be challenging due to financial concerns, family obligations, and the realities of the day-to-day life of a working adult. It’s overwhelming! It hurts even more when you think about the economic status of the country and its influence in making things difficult around us. The rate of inflation makes things very expensive and the little you get to save does not seem to be acquiring enough interest. By the time savings targets are met, the prices of your wants or needs experience a rapid increase.
Aella and BuyPower Sign MultiMillion Dollar Power
Aella and Buy Power announced that the companies have entered into a strategic partnership to ease the process of
AellaCast: Never Predictable
Looking at the future of finance from Aella while discussing solutions to grow the financial sector. Each episode will lead
Aella Signs TV Personality, Nancy Isime as Brand...
Nigerian Fintech and leading financial solution company, Aella has announced the signing of multi-award-winning Nollywood actress and media personality, Nancy
How Do You Pronounce Aella?
How do you pronounce Aella?
First, close your eyes and take a deep breath. Don’t worry, you won’t get debited for this. Now, pronounce ae-lla. If you got the pronunciation correct, you would feel the gentle breeze’s peaceful whisper as though you are at a waterside. That’s us, Aella!
“I’ll only consider a 9-5 job if my business ever folds up financially” - Lydia Akinfemiwa of Sketchbook.ng
Lydia Akinfemiwa is the brain behind sketchbook.ng, a fashion brand that provides “practical resources for easy fashion illustration”.
“The tech industry needs more women and I’d definitely love to see more women in my line of work. “ - Oluwakemi Idowu of Aella
Oluwakemi Idowu is a Frontend Developer at Aella who believes that the tech ecosystem needs more women in coding roles. For her, it is important to continuously shift their mindset and demystify the perceived complexity of coding roles.
CBN’S new Open Banking policy will unlock a new level of innovation and competition in the Finance Sector
As consumers appreciate the speed, ease and convenience of digital services in different aspects of their lives, the race among finance operators to satisfy the insatiable demands of customers is on.
“I started my business because I wanted to prove to my dad that I could buy an iPhone on my own” - Haleemah Salaam of Hayya Station
For Haleemah Salaam, the fear of poverty is a major source of inspiration for many business ideas. Haleemah who refers to herself as a serial entrepreneur is the founder and creative director of Hayya Station, a natural hair-inspired wig brand. In this interview, Haleemah shares the unusual motivation that inspired the thriving business she successfully runs today.
My First Customer Sent a Laughing Emoji When I Asked for a Review
Being a man in the baking profession is not abnormal to Wetalu, but it still comes as a surprise to some of his customers and vendors. In today’s edition of Daily 2k, Wetalu Obi talks about running a baking shop and the collective shege he faces with his partner as an entrepreneur in Nigeria.
“I’m probably the first Gen Z babe you’d meet that sells Ankara online” — Shade of Shade Alankara
COVID-19 threw a heavy punch on many. While many sucked at what could have been, it was an awakening for Folashade. For her, there is no single advantage of being broke, except that you’d be spurred to think about ways you can make money.
In this Interview, the calm and soft-spoken Gen Z lady takes us through how she started Shade Alankara. Folashade believes that Ankara is just as fashionable as Western styles and it has the potential to define global fashion in today’s pop culture.
My dream was to work in corporate law, not run a successful food business with outlets in Lagos and Abuja - Lanre Bello of Papa’s Grill
Chuckles and hearty waves of laughter; it was a hilarious and memorable conversation in Lanre’s serene sitting room. The enterprising young man shared the different businesses he has done for money and the path that has led him to Papa’s Grill immense success.
“Even if bead bags are not putting money in my pocket, I’ll still love making them” - Ralia Olanrewaju of Ralia Beads
For Ralia, passion is everything, especially when it involves beads and plastic threads. While being a business owner is challenging enough, this young entrepreneur is also a student in a fast-paced university and a social media manager of a reputable brand.
Oozing vibrant aesthetics and quality designs are not the only distinguishable qualities that set Ralia apart from other bead makers, it is her commitment and determination to build Ralia Beads into a global brand that many people find most admirable.