I work out of the Co-Creation Hub. I’ve done so since October last year, and by this time I know to come in early. Because if I came in anytime past noon, my favourite spot would probably be taken already. And it might be a bit hard to find a place to plug my laptop […]
While he’s no Dave McClure, Jason Njoku is quite prolific with the F and S words. Five minutes into our tete a tete at the Brazzerie during MWWA, I could swear the air around the lunch table where I was seated across him had turned blue.
Between two days at Mobile Web West Africa and a quick working trip to Abuja, this week was a blur…I didn’t get to read much until today, I must confess. But there’s still a few hours to go before the week is officially up, so at least it isn’t yet “Lordbanks, Last Week”.
If I might creatively paraphrase Jason, Spark is a giant middle finger to all them risk agnostic VCs and competition-hopping angel investors that never write cheques.
I talked to Jason and Bastian of iROKO Partners, and of course now the really noisy, sparky SPARK…what’s it with these guys and capital letters?
It was lunch time on the first day of Mobile Web West Africa 2013, and I got into this interesting conversation about what a smartphone really is and how it’s different from a feature phone, with Robert Lamptey (CEO and co-founder, Saya Mobile) and Jeremy George (VP Africa, BiNu). Both their companies make feature-phone focused […]