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One thousand inaugural entrepreneurs selected for the $100 million Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Foundation programme (TEEP) began their two-day bootcamp in Ota, South West Nigeria today and will be in the country till Sunday; it’s a weekend-long slog.

Check other news that made the rounds across the African technology space today.

The TEEP BootCamp  Began in Ota, South West Nigeria, Today
The bootcamp for the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP) began today in Ota, South West Nigeria.

Lagos Startup Week, ABAN and LAN Host First Angel Investors Bootcamp
Africa Business Angel Network (ABAN) and the Lagos Angel Network (LAN) will hold  their first Angel Investor bootcamp in July.

Apply for the Slush Global Impact Accelerator in Ethiopia
The Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, UNICEF, are still taking applications for the Slush Global Impact Accelerator in Ethiopia.

xHub has Received a $30,000 Grant from Indigo Trust
UK-based grant-making foundation, Indigo Trust, has granted xHub $30,000 to help it drive the tech community in Ethiopia.

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In a Startup, Everyone Should be a Growth Hacker
Traditional marketing in online business is dead, find out why.

The Creators of the Crocodile Web Browser, Osine And Anesi, are on BBC
It’s what happens when Marc Andreesson thinks you’ve done a kick ass job. BBC Focus on Africa features the coding brothers earlier featured on TechCabal.

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MTN Holds Forum to Inspire Business Growth in Africa
MTN Business, a part of MTN Nigeria recently hosted a forum in conjunction with CNN to discuss about the future of African businesses.

JOLLA TO FOCUS ON SAILFISH OS; A NEW COMPANY WILL MAKE DEVICES
Jolla Ltd, a Finnish company that founded in 2011, has announced that they will be fully devoted to the development and licensing of Sailfish from now on.

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