Val Day: How Business Owners can Win NGN 3.5 million in a Day
In the spirit of love and togetherness, the tech company, 618 Bees, is giving 10 lucky Nigerian couples a Valentine’s Day package like none other. Created to help Nigerian business owners escape the hassle involved in incorporating their companies, filing compliance documents and filing their taxes, 618 Bees has decided to give 10 couples a delicious taste of their services at no cost this Valentine.
The brand’s latest Valentine’s Day inspired competition will afford Nigerians the opportunity to experience the quickest way to start a company in Nigeria. Tagged the #MyBestNaijaCouple competition, 10 business owners will receive free business registration, a free business seminar, an opportunity to pitch to investors for seed funding and work tools to ease their business transactions.
Participants must simply post a photo of their most iconic Nigerian couple of all-time on Instagram, using the hashtag #MyBestNaijaCouple, tag @618bees on Instagram and the top 10 business owners with the most likes, comments and votes will qualify to win amazing gifts.
Efe Ugboro, the UK-trained Nigerian lawyer who launched the 618 Bees remarked that sharing the gift of sweatless business management on a celebration like Valentine’s Day is crucial because it ‘has a huge influence on the life span of many Nigerian relationships.’
‘Nigerians are naturally very entrepreneurial people but unfortunately many Nigerians are discouraged to own their companies because of the stress associated with registering, filling and even handling taxation’, she says. ‘While many businesses wing it and barely make it by, others give up but this should not be so. We want to help everyone, but especially young and driven individuals because we truly believe that their success is our success,’ Ugboro said.
With a goal as ambitious as registering 4,000 new businesses yearly, Efe believes that amplifying the gospel of 618 Bees presents young people with an opportunity to know what options are out there for them in the case they decide to venture into their businesses.