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28 Feb
A Nigeria, agro-tech start-up, RiceAfrika.com, was announced, with 16 other start-ups, as a winner for the Circulars Accelerator Cohort 2022 award
19 Dec 2021
Teesas, an African-focused Edtech start-up providing educational solutions via web and mobile applications, recently signed-on Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson-Okojie
31 May 2021
Investors are always on the lookout for great investment opportunities and invest in startups, but they do not know where to begin. The history of startup investing: where we came from and where we're going in the world of startup investing. You might argue that we are in the midst of a startup funding golden era.
20 Apr 2020
Remote working has become more common and suitable for companies and start-ups. This is no surprise as the advancement in technology, availability of productivity apps and rising need for social distancing has made it the best alternative to get work done.
30 Oct 2019
The Chairman, Zinox Group, Leo Stan Ekeh has disclosed that budding entrepreneurs and business owners, whether technology or others, must retain a level of belief in Nigeria in order to scale their businesses.
12 Sep 2018
Investing in start-ups is not an easy task. Investors have to think about the risks and long-term investment factors before investing. The process is not for the meek, as most experienced investors tend to be smart, sceptical and thorough in reviewing opportunities presented to them. Despite the amount of start-ups they may see, the truth…
5 May 2017
By 2050, our continent will be home to nearly half a billion people who have either just entered or are about to enter the labour force. Their talent and enthusiasm can be the motor to accelerate Africa’s development.

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