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Obinna Ekezie

Obinna Ekezie is the co-founder and CEO of Wakanow.com, the leading full-service, inbound and outbound online travel company in Africa.

Stories by Obinna Ekezie:

4 Tips to Help You Hire a Credible Digital Marketing Agency

If an agency promises you the top spot in Google search results or thousands of new Instagram followers, be wary.

6 Ways Your Company Can Benefit From Continuous Employee Training

Implementing ongoing training can combat most underlying problems at struggling companies.

Want to Grow Your Startup? Learn from Your Target Audience

These five tactics can help you formulate an actionable marketing plan.

How to Successfully Set and Follow Through With Your Business Goals

Entrepreneurs think big, but be sure to set realistic goals so that you can fulfill your expectations.

3 Realistic Ways to Achieve the Goals You Set for Yourself

Goal setting won’t do you much good if you don’t have a specific plan of attack.

How Thinking Differently Is the Greatest Thing You Can Do For Your Business

To be innovative is to lay the foundation you can build the rest of your business on.

Don’t Try to Do It All on Your Own: Building a Core Team for Your Startup

Learn your strengths and weaknesses and fill your team with people who bring a different skill set to the table.

The Secret Behind Real Startup Success

While it might be counterintuitive, sometimes the best thing you can do for your business is take a little time off.