With the growing unemployment crisis, Nigerians are fast adopting the entrepreneur spirit by setting up shops and business ventures to not just earn a living wage but to offer services at different levels of human endeavours.
Thankfully, most of these entrepreneurial ventures are indeed breaking the glass ceiling. While a lot of these startups never make it past the idea stage, a lot more trudge on and become more successful. Over the years, Nigeria has birthed a number of innovative startups helping to redefine the business scene and improving the economy ultimately.
In the outgoing year, a good number of these startups, who by their nature are businesses built on the
concepts of ambition, innovation, scalability and growth, not only gained traction but recorded some milestones.
Softicu Institute of Technology is a service from a Nigerian startup, Softicu Technology. It is a digital learning portal that offers courses in skill acquisitions for those requiring a career upgrade. Sit.ng mission is simple – to make learning digital. They also believe that “learning can be facilitated when simplified, accessible and affordable.” The startup has partnered with “some of the world’s best trainers and instructors” and they provide the training content available on the portal. Year 2021, is certainly a good year for this relatively young company, as they plan to launch this e-learning platform by January 2022. Visit https://sit.ng to learn more.