We need more young Nigerians in technology space, says Tijani
In May this year, Facebook launched NG_Hub in Lagos-its first flagship innovative space in Africa, in partnership with Co-Creation Hub (CcHub). Last week, they both collaborated on another mentorship programme in Nigeria, tagged: FbStart Accelerator programme aimed at empowering local start-ups and students with funding, technical and business support to optimise their products for growth.…
EFInA, CcHub, London Mayor harp on collaboration for financial inclusion
A financial sector development organisation- Enhancing Financial Innovation and Access (EFInA) and CcHub have hosted a Financial Technology (FinTech) roundtable with the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Charles Bowman, in a move to rally collaborative efforts needed to deepen financial inclusion. The event which also attracted financial sector regulators and technology providers,…
EFInA, CcHub want Fintechs to drive Nigeria’s financial inclusion
To fast track the nation’s drive towards deepening financial inclusion, the Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA), and Co-creation Hub (CcHub), have called on Fintechs to lead the move by creating solutions that can push the initiative. At a FinTech Roundtable session with the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Charles Bowman,…
Facebook brings first African tech hub to Nigeria
Social media platform, Facebook has opened its first African technology hub in Nigeria.
CcHUB supports 50 tech startups, begins incubation programme
Co-creation Hub Nigeria (CcHUB), has provided various supports from financial to technical for about 50 Information and Communications Technology (ICT) start-ups in the last seven years.
‘Government must prioritise broadband in 2018 to lift Nigeria’
I think a major challenge largely in Africa, not just for those in Nigeria is broadband. I think for us, the level of penetration is still quite important, because the more people have access to Internet, the better opportunities would be out there for startups to build businesses....
U.S. pledges to promote technology training in Nigeria
To boost technology education in Nigeria, the United States (US) Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria has commenced a robotic training for elementary, secondary, and university students and teachers, as well as robotics enthusiasts and scientists.