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Viewer Response

Viewer Response

This was originally meant to be a part of Episode 3, but I had so much important information I wanted to share with my viewers so I had to turn this into its own separate video.

After Episode 2 I got letters from two viewers about businesses they wanted to start.

The first letter I got was from Osagie who was interested in starting an electronics rental company in Nigeria.

The second letter I received was from Kola who was looking for advice on starting a business that wouldn’t take too much time away from studying while he was in college.  He had some research on online retail and had some doubts about going that route.

In this video I respond to their questions and give them pointers on getting their businesses off the ground successfully.

If you have a question you would like me to answer in an upcoming episode you can email it to me at

Leave your thoughts below.


5 Things You Need To Know Before Starting A Business  is filled with detailed information that will help put you on track to becoming an entrepreneur.

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Your Business Consigliere

Victor Adetiba

2 responses

  1. Great information on working with a 3rd party. This does cut down time and cost to go this route. I have definitely signed up to receive my download of your book!

    January 27, 2011 at 11:03 PM

  2. Ian Acheampong

    Hi Victor,

    i am from ghana in the sub sahara africa who is really desprate to start my own business in the possible near future and i will need your help for directions. i am a telecommunication engineer, a sector which is really capital intensive, though i am interest in real estate and also wish to start something new- not available no where in the system i live. i know they are lots of issues to be solved in africa, but it is difficult to identify one particular thing to do with high interest rate and no capital to start. how should i go about thing to succed.

    March 4, 2011 at 3:41 PM

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