Nigeria’s Stears is making data and media business work together

The synergy between a data business and a media publication in Nigeria is an unusual approach to running both well

Elna Schutz
Jul 23 · 4 min read
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Some of the Stears team, including Preston Ideh (second from the left) and Tokunbo Afikuyomi (most right). Photo: supplied

“It’s to get to a place where people are talking about [The Financial Times] and talking about The Wall Street Journal, talking about The Economist and they talk about Stears Business.” — Preston Ideh


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