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Mrs Aloba, a Koolboks customer, shares her frozen foods business journey

Mrs Aloba, one of our customers in Ijora market, shares some valuable tips on the best way to start a frozen foods business in Nigeria. What other business idea would you recommend? Let us know in the comments!

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How to start a frozen foods business in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic has left a lot of employees and entrepreneurs without a viable source of income due to the nationwide layoffs and social distancing restrictions. Even those not directly affected by this are also seeking alternative sources of income just to meet up with the inflation rate, electricity hike, oil increase and current economic […]

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Finally, a lasting solution; Koolboks introduces the first locally made vaccine refrigerator, adapted for use in Africa

“Vaccine storage in the health sector has been a major challenge in Nigeria because of the epileptic nature of power supply in the country. As a pharmacist myself, I understand the urgent need for a sustainable solution, and through our partnership with BASE, we’ve found a way through which a truly innovative product that caters […]

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Koolboks partners with Sterling Bank and BASE to provide Off-grid Solar Refrigerators in Nigeria

Adequate access to electricity in Nigeria has been a major challenge for as far back as we can remember, with the average household living on about 6 hours of electricity daily. As a result, the majority of Nigerians have had to switch to alternative solutions, relying heavily on the use of diesel generators to carry […]

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