Thas has worked across several time periods of the Nigerian tech era. Today, he is Sub-Saharan Africa’s first Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning.
Ever opened a website, an app or any digital interface for that matter and thought: “Dayuummm!” “This looks sweet, happy, exciting, warm”?
Everyone wants to do everything on mobile these days, from banking with a simple USSD menu to consulting with their doctor via SMS.
Since the entry of TAMBO Mobile into the Nigerian market, they are fast becoming the mobile phone brand to beat due to their innovative and very competitive products. One of such products is the TA-50.
There are some phones you pick up and drop without remembering them afterwards because they are “the usuals” while there are some others you want to hold, experience and even own because of their uniqueness and the TA-50 Power is one of such phones.
Some Nigerian companies will not be struggling with packaging hampers, rice and oil, chicken and other traditional gift items this Christmas. Instead, they will be rewarding employees, clients and customers with gift cards.
On the 11th of December, the TechCrunch Startup Battlefield takes place. Here, startups in Africa will pitch to a live audience of 500 people ranging from VCs, investors, Government officials, developers and startups
Digitization and technology growth in Africa has been rapid in recent years. But the process has been an uneven one, with some areas lagging behind.
If you missed it (how could you?), you don’t have to miss out on the good stuff too – we’re making all the presentations from the event available for download.
Raising money is tough. But it could be easier if founders knew what more about the process and what to do before engaging with investors. Ask A VC (by TechCabal) is a video series where startup founders and entrepreneurs get the opportunity to ask select VCs questions that will prepare them to smash their next pitch.
TC Townhall: Fintech 2.0 set out to build on the pre-existing conversations around Nigeria’s Fintech industry to identify possible narratives that could determine what the future of the space looked like.
Building a business based on emerging technology, in an industry still in its formative stages in Nigeria’s unforgiving business clime is herculean, to say the least.
Moore’s Law remains a key factor in the progress of technology — both hardware and software.
While funding is becoming more available, solar entrepreneurs are finding it difficult to access and are also having a hard time finding skilled workers.
There is a lot of uncertainty at the moment about the fate of fintech businesses in Nigeria and most of it rides on this piece of regulation.
If you are innovating around the healthcare space in Nigeria, we would like to hear from you.
GIGM has the first top-down transport management system in the country, a 600-bus fleet and over 2000 employees.