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Divinity Meets Tech as Vatican City Welcomes Student Hackers

From March 8 to 11, 2018, the seat of Catholic power, in partnership with tech giants Microsoft and Google hosts VHacks, a 36-hour collaborative event in the Vatican City. The…

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Hubs.ng wants to build a one-stop digital platform for Nigerians

Hubs.ng, a Nigerian tech startup, is building a digital platform that offers services for people in different walks of life. Three young Nigerians, David Itopaking, Philia Julius, and Marvelous Steve…

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Episode 13: Afua Osei, Co-founder of She Leads Africa, her journey and the laser focus on the success of African women

Episode 13 of Building the Future with Dotun is here. In this episode, Afua Osei, Co-founder of She Leads Africa answers questions from Dotun Olowoporoku.  Listen to how she’s making…

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Endeavor Launches in Nigeria, Continues Expansion of High-Impact Entrepreneurship Movement in Sub-Saharan Africa

With the aim of ushering in a new era of growth and economic development driven by high-impact entrepreneurship in the country, global accelerator, Endeavor, has berthed in Nigeria. Launching with…

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Why we are shutting down our offices in Nigeria – OLX

Sjoerd Nikkelen, Chief Executive Officer, OLX Asia, Middle East and Africa, has confirmed the news making the rounds that OLX would be shutting down its physical operations in Nigeria. Nikklen, according to…

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The Nigerian Government is Offering $5,000 Equity-free Funding to Startups

The Federal Government of Nigeria has launched a project called StartUp Mambila as part of initiative to drive the growth of innovative clusters and technological enterprise across the country. The…

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Adetola Adeleke: The young Nigerian female who became farmer despite working with oil firm

It is sheer passion that made Adetola Adeleke go into farming despite having a plum job. In June 2016, she founded Green Fairy Farm, an agribusiness startup growing vegetables in greenhouses,…

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Nigeria’s digital health startup, LifeBank, raises $200k in new funding

LifeBank, a Nigerian startup delivering blood to hospitals, has raised $200,000 in a new seed round that involved EchoVC Partners, a Lagos-based venture capital firm, Fola Laoye, an angel investor,…

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This is One Nigerian Startup’s Answer to Climate Change

For all the climate change challenges facing Africa, Nigeria is occupying a back seat in the conversation, participating minimally. This is worrying, and exposes the need for clean energy.  A…

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African tech startups can get $90k equity-free investment from UNICEF

African tech startups developing solutions that can improve the lives of children can get up to $90 thousand equity-free investment from  UNICEF’s Innovation Fund. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in…

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