Aramide Akintimehin had never dreamt of attending Harvard, the upper echelon of Ivy League colleges in the world. For one, Harvard-educated was an adjective she felt was reserved for geniuses. Like the over 150 Nobel Laureates the college has produced, or the lucky 5% who get accepted into any of its programmes these days. Akintimehin […]
After months of speculations and years of lip service, Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is making concrete plans to regulate crowdfunding platforms. During the weekend, the SEC released an exposure draft containing guidelines for investors and crowdfunding operators.
Ecoligo will use the funds to scale up its model, which provides businesses with solar power systems through crowdfunding, in Ghana and Kenya.
Here are a few borrowed ideas to inform your next crowdfunding campaign.
It’s easy to ask why Nigerian startups aren’t crowdfunding or why no one is funding them, but oftentimes, it’s because startups don’t fully understand the concept.
Audax Solutions, a Nigerian e-learning and training solutions company, is looking to raise $20,000 on Indiegogo for its summer code school program for primary and secondary school students.