5 great tips for first-time startup investors
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.
India start-ups eye pandemic profits
After dealing with two coronavirus funerals in two weeks, Raj Sharma was too grief-stricken to negotiate a third with profiteering hearse drivers and crematoriums
Fintech launches app to drive digital revolution
Nigerian fintech outfit, Xerde Limited, has rolled out its application, Tudo, which provides solutions to social funding and drives digital transformation.
Prince Harry Joins $1.7 Billion US Counselling Startup
Britain's Prince Harry on Tuesday added to a growing portfolio of post-royal jobs, becoming "chief impact officer" at a San Francisco startup that provides mobile-based coaching, counselling, and mentorship. Amid a highly public spat with Buckingham Palace, Harry and his American wife Meghan Markle, a mixed-race former television actress, now live in California after stepping…
Tech startups get N11 million in grant
Four technology startups in Nigeria have received the sum of N11 million as grant at the just-concluded, 25th National Economic Summit (NES) Startups Pitch Competition, in Abuja.
What every startup must know about tech policy in Nigeria
N48 million is a decent sum, in any currency. That was the price tag for NigeriaAir.ng, as stated by a business-savvy Nigerian who registered the domain name on July 18, 2018, a day after the national airline was unveiled.
Nigerian - American firm makes 500 startups list
EZFarming, a Nigerian-US agritech startup pioneering the expansion of smallholder farms to commercial sizes through micro-lending and easy access to produce buyers worldwide, is the only Nigerian startup selected for Batch 25 of the 500 Startups accelerator programme in San Francisco, California.
Refundit wins maiden UNWTO Global Tourism startup competition
Refundit, an Israeli startup, has been declared the winner in the final phase of the 1st Global Tourism Startup Competition, organised by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Globalia, and held within the framework of the FITUR International Tourism Fair, topping 3,000 entries from around the world. The Competition, launched in June 2018 by the…