Young Entrepreneurs can apply for the Unilever Sustainability Awards

Global consumer goods company Unilever, in partnership with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, has commenced its 2017 Young Entrepreneurs Awards for people whose ideas, products and services are helping to solve…

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African entrepreneurs can leverage co-working spaces to learn and grow -George Akande, Co-founder, FastLaunch

On a sunny day in Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria, George Femi Akande sits on a sofa placed in a corner of a co-working space. Other business-minded individuals are busy with their…

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ARE YOU A LEARNER? GOOGLE IS NOT A SEARCH ENGINE!

Please don’t quote me. Rather, quote Olamide, one of Africa’s frontline hip-hop rappers, who in one of his popular rap lyrics asked one of his fellow rappers “are you a…

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5 Lessons to learn from 5 Female Entrepreneurs in Africa

Bilikiss Adebiyi, Wecyclers. Lagos, Nigeria faces a sobering waste crisis that will only worsen as the city’s population of 21 million people continues to soar. The overburdened municipal government collects…

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From Trash to Treasure, Art meets Sustainability

House 33 is an environmental art gallery in Abuja, Nigeria. Beyond the gallery, however, is the vision of the Founder and Director, Ifesinachi Comedy Nwanyanwu (an Artist) to change the…

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Godwin Benson wins Africa Prize

Godwin Benson, Co-founder and CEO of Nigerian edutech startup, Tuteria, has won the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation for 2016. Benson won £25,000 at the awards ceremony…

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Interview With Maramoja CEO, Jason Eisen (Kenya)

Since 2013, Maramoja, an e-hailing app in Kenya has been in the business of helping commuters identify and choose their favorite and most likely transport providers, by validating data available…

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Product Hunt Launched in Lagos Tech EcoSystem

Product Hunt, a community where people share and talk about the latest tech products, mobile apps and books was held for the first time in Lagos, on Saturday May 21,…

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Will EduTECH Disrupt Traditional Educational System in NIGERIA?

Any country willing to remain relevant and tap opportunities in the global knowledge economy must put education to work. In Nigeria, however, the story appears different, as the country’s educational…

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7 Years After: Have Mobile Money Startups Helped Increase Financial Inclusion in Nigeria?

A 2011 Roland Berger strategy report draws a conclusion that 77.0 per cent of Nigerians save for emergency purposes and, so, any infrastructure that supports the ability to withdraw funds…

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