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SureGifts Business is awesome! When we started SureGifts, we wanted to build a product that makes gifting easier for individuals. We wanted people to be able to gift easily for weddings, birthdays, etc., so we built a website exclusively for that purpose. Our entire process was designed to serve peer-to-peer gifting, from the colorful features...
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You can now pay over 100 everyday bills on Suregifts pay platform with ease. No more waiting in line, get it all sorted with a click of a button! From insurance to education, you just name it! The possibilities are endless. So, the next time you run out of electricity, get back on track by...
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We don’t have 500 people in the company, but it sure feels like it. After going through applications in the thousands from all over the world, the team at 500 Startups selected SureBids as one of 46 companies in their Accelerator’s 18th batch. 500 Startups is a leading global venture capital seed fund and startup accelerator....
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‘Disruptive’ is a powerful word, because it’s not really about a startup that is making money or one that is able to get millions of users. Instead, a disruptive startup is one that is groundbreaking and innovative. Prior to 2015, Nigeria’s startups had largely been founded by developers who had ideas and believed they could...
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Nigerian gift-card startup SureGifts is introducing a new service that allows employees in Nigeria to obtain voucher loans to pay for certain online services. Even though many Nigerians on social media described last year’s Black Friday sales by ecommerce giants in Nigeria, Jumia and Konga, as fraudulent, quite a number of online shoppers were able...
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Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi is Co-founder at SureGifts, a revolutionary online gifting platform looking to disrupt traditional gifting systems in Nigeria. Samuel-Biyi is one of a young and dynamic trio of ex-Jumia employees, who were practically there at the very humble origins of Nigerian eCommerce. Original article on Techpoint
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