Afrikology… Deconstructing, reconstructing knowledge, value in Africa
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Global Innovation Lab, ARM-Harith seal pact on climate finance
Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance (the Lab) has picked ARM-Harith Infrastructure Investments Limited to join its 2021 cycle, themed ‘Sustainable Urbanisation for West Africa.’
Minister seeks support for technological innovation, entrepreneurship
Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, has called on Nigerians, especially the youths to embrace knowledge-based technology, innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit to promote businesses
Local constraints may stall electric vehicle revolution
Although Nigeria may have recorded a milestone in unveiling the first locally assembled electric car, the innovation may be stalled by infrastructural constraints.
Chi Nzelu: Transforming business through innovation, prudence
The rank of Diaspora Nigerians who have distinguished themselves in various fields is swelling. The Business Insider named Chinedum Nzelu the Business Inside Transformer. WITH this feet, Nzelu, Head of Macro e-Commerce at JP Morgan, thus becomes one of the 100 people transforming business in Europe, Chi, as he is fondly called by friends and…
Summit to discuss innovation in critical times
Nigeria Innovation Week, a week-long event that brings together stakeholders from different sectors of the economy, is set to hold from October 6 to 8, with a focus on,
CIOs’ role in innovation value-addition to be recognised
The role of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in driving innovation and business value continues to expand and change at pace, driven by the emergence of new technologies
Foundation advocates grassroots education, says it’ll boost innovation, drive economy
A non-profit organisation, Eziokwu Ebubechuwku Foundation (EEF) has said the country cannot achieve sustainable economic development if it continues to pay lip service to grassroots education.
Nigeria at a crossroads: A productivity revolution imperative
No one needs to be told that Nigeria is not working. The agonies of underdevelopment are so stark and cruel that it shows on the faces and the actions of those who bear the brunt most directly—the Nigerian masses.