Ademola says having the right physical to digital mix is particularly important for the success of the fintech industry in Nigeria. “When it comes to financial inclusion, you still have to reach customers where they are,” she said.
There is still no single legal framework for the regulation of the health tech sector in Nigeria. Instead, there is a reliance on the guidance of the different traditional health care areas each having their own set of guidelines and regulations.
The British High Commission to Nigeria and EFInA are convening an interactive session that brings fintech operators, investors, policy makers and hubs to explore the ways in which increased funding and enhanced regulatory harmony can grow the Nigerian Fintech ecosystem.
The State of Health Tech in Nigeria looks deeply into the state of Nigeria’s health industry, the challenges facing that industry and the innovative startups working to find solutions to those challenges.
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.
We’re documenting Nigerian initiatives increasing the number of women and girls in tech, and we need your help.