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.
On Friday, January 25, 2019, our TC Townhall: The State of Healthtech in Nigeria, convened leading healthcare innovators, investors and public health stakeholders to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the sector. Here are some key highlights from the townhall:
Local entrepreneurs in Nigeria’s coal city hope to capture the online ride-hailing market before Uber and Taxify notice. Assuming the market exists.
I haven’t given much thought to where devices I’ve used in the past end up when it no longer serves its purpose. Until now.
Introduction Babatunde, the founder of LawPàdí, is a lawyer. Now, anybody who knows me, knows I love talking but if there was ever a ‘talking Olympics’, I can guarantee — Tunde would win — hands down. But, the great thing about Tunde, he’s not only good at talking, but he also happens to be a wise man. One who’s […]
A successful innovation system must comprise of government, private sector stakeholders and collaborative partners who together form a scalable co-operative system