Why you no longer hear about Nigeria’s fast rising tech-talent accelerator, Switch

For a while now, there’s been speculation mounting around the possible non-operation of one of Nigeria’s fast rising tech-talent accelerators, Switch. Launched around November 2016, Switch is barely up to a year old, so the slight thought of its possible exit from the market shouldn’t be up for discussion. But surprisingly, even though there is… Read more Why you no longer hear about Nigeria’s fast rising tech-talent accelerator, Switch

Nigeria’s Mart.ng taking on delivery giants in the grocery delivery space

Mart.ng is one of Nigeria’s most promising delivery services, taking on delivery giants such as Jumia. Mart.ng delivers fresh fruits, vegetables, hot foods, household items, toiletries, drinks, beverages, health & beauty products, food cupboard, babies & child care products, office supplies and lots more within a record 59 minutes. TechMoran spoke to Mart.ng founder Frank… Read more Nigeria’s Mart.ng taking on delivery giants in the grocery delivery space

Meet the billionaires of Nigeria’s Tech Space. – Nairametrics

[ad_1] Meet the billionaires of Nigeria’s Tech Space.NairametricsNigeria’s information and communication technology (ICT) sector is probably not as big as what is obtainable in Silicon Valley. We do not have the likes of Google, Facebook or Apple with their grandeur and imaginative products. However, we do have our … [ad_2] Source link

Nigeria’s Doctoora is a marketplace for healthcare facilities

Nigerian startup Doctoora is piloting its “healthcare infrastructure as a service” concept in Lagos ahead of expansion to other Nigerian states and elsewhere in Africa. Formed in December 2016, Doctoora launched its offering in February of this year, providing a marketplace of fully serviced medical facilities to healthcare professionals on a pay-per-use basis.

Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters target corporate e-mail

[ad_1] Read time 2min 40sec A cyber caf’e in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos. West Africa’s infamous Internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and US soldiers in favour of hijacking corporate e-mails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. It is a much more lucrative venture that works… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters target corporate e-mail

Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters zero in on corporate email accounts

[ad_1] ABUJA (Reuters) – West Africa’s infamous internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and U.S. soldiers in favor of hijacking corporate emails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. A cyber cafe is seen beside a bank automated machine in the Ogba district in Nigeria’s commercial capital… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters zero in on corporate email accounts

Yudala, Konga merger kick starts consolidation of Nigeria’s e-commerce sector

[ad_1] ….Why Africa’s e-commerce fortune looks bright with merger….The role of technology in e-commerce growth By Prince Osuagwu (Hi Tech Editor) Despite unhealthy competitions which have held e-commerce outfits down and occasioned a drop in the growth trajectories of the sector, there are strong indications that consolidation is gradually happening in the industry and the… Read more Yudala, Konga merger kick starts consolidation of Nigeria’s e-commerce sector

Nigeria’s TyrePalace is helping vehicle owners find the right tires

For most vehicle owners, finding the right tires to buy can be very exhausting especially if its their first time or they are busy with other tasks. However, TyrePalaca, an online marketplace in Nigeria aims to help anyone finding it hard to find their exact tire size, price among others, to getting their preferred brand… Read more Nigeria’s TyrePalace is helping vehicle owners find the right tires