Startups and hubs seeking to participate in GITEX Future Stars (GFS) holding as part of the 41st edition of the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) is accepting sponsorship applications from young startups and hubs across the country to participate at the GITEX
According to data presented by AksjeBloggen.com, smart city startups worldwide are expected to generate $110.7bn in revenue by 2025, a trifold increase in five years.
Today is a double celebration of NITDA’s 20th Anniversary and World Creativity and Innovation Day. It is an International Creativity and Innovation Day recognised
The National Information Technology and Development Agency (NITDA) is awarding two million naira each to five Nigerian startups adjudged winners in the Creativity and
To develop the potential of startups driving the Internet economy, Telecel Group has opened applications for the ASIP Accelerator Program, powered by Startupbootcamp AfriTech.
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) is sponsoring five startups to take part in this year’s Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) organized
From 2020 being dubbed ‘the year of the side hustle’ to small businesses grappling to maintain continuity and profitability, despite these unprecedented times there
The Lagos ecosystem remains the role model ecosystem for the African continent. To this end, Founder Institute Lagos, in partnership with Stanbic IBTC, continues to support the launching of more high-quality startups.
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami is leading Nigerian delegation at the ongoing Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX). Nigeria