Contrary to popular belief that you will lose out to a faster mover, the healthcare race is not always to the swift. Slow and steady progress is how you build a true moat and win the race in healthcare.
The Lagos State DNA and Forensics Center (LSD&FC) was commissioned in 2017, and was hailed as the first “high-powered DNA forensic laboratory in Nigeria” with the mandate to conduct scientific investigation of crime in the state, using DNA analysis.
While the solution to Nigeria’s energy crisis will include fixing the inefficiencies in each segment of the value chain from generation to distribution, technology could help accelerate access to power for more people solving issues such as payments, access to consumption data and meter-tampering.
Heritage Bank’s H Labs is offering 7 tech start-ups currently incubating at the Heritage Bank Lab/Business accelerator the opportunity to demonstrate and showcase their solutions to a select group of panellists, mentors and fund providers on Saturday 26th May 2019.
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Rewards Tech Start-up winner with $10, 000
Signal Alliance, a leading system integrator announced the launch of a new product called CloudGo built on the Microsoft cloud platform and targeted at small and medium scale businesses.
Opera Limited (Nasdaq: OPRA) (“Opera”), one of the world’s major browser developers, and leader on the development of AI driven digital content announced today the launch of Opera Ads in Nigeria.
What will a no-likes count social media mean for influencer marketing if it becomes a permanent feature or if it’s just the beginning of similar tactics planned for the future?
We will be telling all these nuanced stories through photography and film while on the tour bringing you high-quality, cinematic narratives of the journeys of these startups as they explore the Asian tech scene.
In the second panel at TC Townhall: The State of Health Tech in Nigeria, participants examined the critical factors entrepreneurs need to keep in mind when building new products or deciding on what healthcare problems to solve. The panel highlighted three main pillars of innovation: people, growth and learning culture.
If your startup leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain technology, mixed learning and other deep technology, whether it is focused on building software or hardware, apply to be part of the Pitch Drive II tour before May, 20.
In The State of Health Tech in Nigeria theme panel, participants discuss the challenges in Nigeria’s health tech sector and propose the 3S solution (standardization, scale and sustainability) to growing the sector.
With its ride sharing and ride hailing services, and plans to launch others–Move Kids for children commuting to and from school, and Move Drive, which will allow customers to rent cars for a period of time–VW seems to be banking on its mobility service, rather than its car sales, for profitability in the East African country.
For centuries, Morocco has been at the intersection of commerce for Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and in recent times, the country has focused on modernizing, with plans to become a major industrial hub. However, startups complain of a tough climate.
In this keynote address presented at TC Townhall: The State of Health Tech in Nigeria, Dr Ola Brown (Founder, Flying Doctors Nigeria), proposed five major steps for reforming Nigeria’s healthcare system which includes primary healthcare expansion and task-shifting.
From tinkering with games on a Commodore 64 to learning to programme in BASIC, it was Oreoluwa’s undergraduate business typing essays and assignments for students that lit the first spark about how women could use technology to create economic opportunities.