Enterprise startups build and maintain technology tools for businesses, but we don’t hear a lot about them around here. That’s probably because they aren’t exactly raising money all the time and no one is carping on Twitter about their latest shenanigans. But here are some worth having on your radar.
Suffice to say, it’s a classic case of a beneficial partnership.
Mustard Seed, a social startup investment body, in collaboration with University of Cape Town’s Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship has announced its pitch event for social or environmental startups in Cape Town.
One of the online information portal, ConnectNigeria, which allows people find businesses and places, will be having their ebusiness fair on February 21, 2015 at the Eko Hotels and Suites; Victoria Island,Lagos.
Dell has just released its new, cheaper enterprise class Dell Storage all-flash array (AFA) configurations, with prices starting at $25,000.
Push and Start is an online platform that wants to offer equity and debt-based crowdfunding to early stage businesses in sub-Saharan Africa. Push and Stand founder, Nwachukwu Onyeaso, believes that lack of market access is stunting many ideas, and quite a few startup founders are not grounded enough to penetrate or “disrupt” their chosen space, […]