Here’s a short guide to help you through the Tech Women Lagos exhibition.
From the 16th of March, 2019, we have a line-up of inspiring and educating Tech Women Lagos events. Explore the events and choose your adventure.
The business of tech continues to be redefined by innovators in a wide array of professional fields. These women, though not ‘techies’, have discovered a way to use their unique expertise to create value for customers through technology.
It’s the Magic Hour season and 9Mobile is living up to its word of rewarding its customers with exciting cash prizes and fantastic benefits.
PATRICIA TECHNOLOGIES, Africa’s leading online Gift-card and Cryptocurrency exchange company has just announced the introduction of stable coins into the African market for trading.
A Closer Look at the HUAWEI Y7 Prime 2019: Stunning Design, AI Camera and Premium Features
Digital Explorers is a career advancement program that will connect young Nigerian ICT specialists to Lithuania, one of Europe’s most impressive digital ecosystems
As part of efforts to enable women connect to the world and access opportunities, leading internet service provider, Spectranet 4GLTE commemorated the International Women’s Day 2019 with the launch of sleek and trendy ACE MiFi pack by renowned actress Tina Mba.
Why we need more women in technology isn’t far-fetched. But, how to encourage and keep more women in technology, especially in Africa, remains a mixture of targeted changes in things like policy as well as in nuanced cultural perceptions that inhibit entry and growth for women in the sector.
Here is a video trailer we have created to give you a glimpse into some of the things to expect from the Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition event:
With Taxify’s marginal win in Techcabal’s survey and its expansion to other Nigerian cities, it may be heading for Uber’s ride-hailing crown soon.
Accompanying developers through every stage of professional growth helps to build an inclusive, engaging and vibrant community.
TechCabal is pleased to bring to you a story of audacity depicted in a portrait series and exhibition event, Tech Women Lagos.
In Kenya, mobile money is almost synonymous with Safaricom’s M-Pesa. With more than 110,000 M-Pesa agents in the country, the telecom has about 40 times the number of bank ATMs. No other mobile money service has been able to successfully challenge Safaricom’s dominance, but not from a lack of trying.
As iPhone sales continue to dip and Apple is paying more attention to its services, the Chinese phone manufacturer leading the market in Africa, Transsion Holdings, seems to be toeing the same line and developing a service portfolio for itself.
Entrepreneurs and investors in the region are unified towards a growing collective vision.
Until recently, potential investors had to go to asset management companies, brokerage firms, private portfolio managers or investment firms to complete the very formal process to invest. But a new crop of mobile and web apps are leveraging tech to make investing more accessible through digital ‘retail’ investment platforms–drawing in beginner investors along the way.