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BrandDrive launches a data-driven solution for Nigerian businesses

BrandDrive ,a data-driven platform based in Nigeria has launched a data-driven solution that collects and analyzes data from a wide range of sources, including social media, surveys, customer purchase patterns, trends, niche activities, and financial reports, and converts this data into an understandable, conversational format that helps you make informed decisions about their products and services.

BrandDrive offers businesses access to powerful tools for daily operational growth that help them understand their market, customers as well as finance and ultimately guide them in making data-driven decisions about their financial management, marketing, and growth. As a result, BrandDrive is strategically positioned to help revolutionize the way businesses operate in Nigeria and is poised to become a game-changer for the African economy.

“We are breaking down business growth to the easiest and most entertaining ways ever with BrandDrive. Business owners have the tools to keep our favorite businesses and innovations striving for years to come.”

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Ultimately, businesses that rely on data to inform their decisions are known to survive 10x longer than the regular business relying on vibes and experience only. They know the growth of their business is in their hands and use data to drive their growth with key insights at their fingertips. With BrandDrive businesses can track their performance, identify areas of improvement, and make strategic decisions that fuel growth.

BrandDrive’s CEO, Ndu Ekwomadu, had this to say: “We are incredibly excited about building BrandDrive with a fully Nigerian team, in Nigeria that solves a Nigerian and African problem.

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Access to data is a master key for businesses looking to stay ahead of the curve in raising competitive markets, and we’re committed to providing that access through our platform… With more than 40 million active MSMEs in Nigeria and over 70% folding up in five (5) years or less,  businesses need

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Milcah Lukhanyu
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