Tuesday, 13 December 2016

THE BUSINESS IN YOU DAILY: Investors Wanted at Naija Laptop Fix

Remy Chukwunyere writes.... 

Good evening and welcome to your number one business in daily! May I use this opportunity to express my profound gratitude to all of you that made out time to celebrate me on my birthday, which happened yesterday, December 12, 2016. As you have celebrated me, I declare that men and women around the world will equally celebrate you in Jesus name!

I am still managing to control the joy that followed me after interacting with the young entrepreneurs during the 2016 Imo Youths Entrepreneurship Summit, which took place on Saturday, December 10, 2016.

So, today, I will be showcasing one of the startups on the Business in You Daily as I promised. By no special arrangement or preference, the first to come on this daily is the Naija Laptop Fix founded by Anthony EKeh, a youth from Ideato North LGA of Imo State and an undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.

According to him, he founded www.naijalaptopfix.com, which is a gadget fix-on-demand website in order to change the way problems associated with computer gadgets are fixed. The conventional way of fixing a gadget, especially laptops has been to walk into a gadget service center, report your gadget and have it fixed up. Most times, this method comes along with lots of inconveniences as well as poor service delivery but naijalaptopfix.com is here to change all of that.

With this solution, you don’t need to walk into any center to fix your device anymore, all you need is to visit www.naijalaptopfix.com, fill the form and they wil pick up the faulty gadget, fix it, and deliver it back to the you within 24 hours with 30 days warranty on replaced gadget parts.

On the site, they also sell laptops and other accessories such as adapters (chargers), mouse, keyboards, mouse, speakers etc. For now, their services are only available in Owerri and at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.

This sounds great and inviting for investors, don’t you think so? I therefore call upon all interested individuals and investors, who want to put in their money in this venture, to enable the Naija Laptop Fix scale up fully in Owerri with an office space and meet other logistic demands. If you’re interested, please, call me on 0803 870 2075 or email imostatejobs@gmail.com.

Don’t forget, we’re reaching you from Youth Cooperative and Enterprise Academy. Our main objective is to see more youths embrace self employment and entrepreneurship.

Good night and God bless you!


Disclaimer: Comment expressed do not reflect the opinion of Isaac Yoma