New co-working space to launch in Lagos this month

Known as ReDahlia Workspaces, the co-working seeks to be a place where businesses, both established and startups, can easily access value-adding services that’ll make them profitable in the long run. The workspace will house utilities modern day businesses need, such as power, facility management, Internet, secretarial and janitorial services. It’ll offer shared cubicles, shared desks,… Read more New co-working space to launch in Lagos this month

This Startup Wants To Help You Shop At Balogun Market From The Comfort Of Your House

Nigerian startup, BuyChat, launched their commerce-enabled chat app that connects traders with customers and allows for purchases to be made digitally. BuyChat helps users discover, chat and haggle with traders in the various markets in Lagos, pay for goods within the app and have them delivered to their homes. The app uses the user’s location… Read more This Startup Wants To Help You Shop At Balogun Market From The Comfort Of Your House

If She Has Her Way, the Next Bill Gates Will Come From Lagos

Sass, 37, is the cofounder and COO of Andela, a two-year-old company with outposts in Nairobi and Lagos and a very grand plan: cull the best and the brightest throughout a continent where even electricity is still sparse and, over four years, turn these developers into the next cadre of CTOs and global tech leaders.… Read more If She Has Her Way, the Next Bill Gates Will Come From Lagos

Nigerian Fintech Startup Paystack Raises $1.3 Million

Paystack , one of Nigeria’s most hotly anticipated tech start-ups, has just secured $1.3M Seed investment from both international and homegrown investors. The company, founded by Shola Akinlade and Ezra Olubi, initially caught the eye of industry commentators as it was one the first Nigerian tech company to be […] Click here to view original… Read more Nigerian Fintech Startup Paystack Raises $1.3 Million

Silicon Lagoon: Africa’s Tech Revolution Heads West In the magazine

Across the street from a church and in front of a dilapidated school is a grimy, sand-colored building that looks like any other here in Lagos, a prominent Nigerian port city. But inside is something far from ordinary: the center of West Africa’s burgeoning tech scene. On the walls, […] Click here to view original… Read more Silicon Lagoon: Africa’s Tech Revolution Heads West In the magazine