LifeBank isn’t a cool startup and unlike other startups, it doesn’t care about announcing funding rounds. But yet this Nigerian health-tech startup has had tremendous impact on society. It’s present in 8 Nigerian states and Kenya, and has saved over 10,000 lives. In the third episode of the Building From Ground Up series put together […]
For four days beginning October 29, two members of the TechCabal team were in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state for the 5th edition of the StartupSouth conference. The annual gathering, an initiative of convener Uche Aniche, is geared towards encouraging technology and business innovation in the region in order to grow its capacity substantially in the […]
Starting and running a business has some striking similarities to adventure games. The excitement and potential pitfalls against a background of courage that’s required when seeking adventure in games, remain principal ingredients to succeed as a founder, especially when it’s a ‘first’.
Everyone wants to do everything on mobile these days, from banking with a simple USSD menu to consulting with their doctor via SMS.
Building a business based on emerging technology, in an industry still in its formative stages in Nigeria’s unforgiving business clime is herculean, to say the least.
Through an unlikely alliance, the founders of Helium Health are using their product to improve outcomes for healthcare service delivery in Nigeria.