The international tech community is nurturing Africa’s digital ecosystem by supporting skills development, technology adoption and the growth of digital businesses across the continent.
OyaOya has announced the pilot go-live of its commodity trading marketplace on www.oyaoya.com to connect the commodity ecosystem across Nigeria and Africa. The OyaOya
By Oluwatobi Opusunju Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, is planning to strengthen technological innovation and entrepreneurship among Nigerian youths with the ‘Lagos Innovates’ program
By Oluwatobi Opusunju Foremost ecommerce giant, and Alibaba’s boss, Jackhttps://www.forbes.com/profile/jack-ma/ Ma has announced a $10 million African Young Entrepreneurs Fund aimed at developing Africa’s
By Aanuoluwa Omotosho and Oluwatobi Opusunju Speakers at a recently held African Developers /Startups Round-table in Nairobi. Kenya have tasked African governments, policy makers,
By Segun Oruame The Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2017 puts Lagos ahead of other cities as Africa’s most valuable startup ecosystem. Surprise? You shouldn’t
Daser David, Founder/CEO of nHub, Jos, Nigeria, writes on challenges and phobias of managing innovation hubs. Tech companies happened to be the cheapest and