Wallet.ng: The Fintech Startup Building Mobile Payment Solutions for Nigerian Millennials

It was at an Omidyar-organised “Market Makers” event in Lagos that I’d first met Wallet.ng founder/CEO, John Oke. The event was fintech-focused and the room was filled with several interesting people including Paga CEO Tayo Oviosu, Flutterwave CEO Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, MEST Lagos GM Neku Atawodi-Edun, Microtration Founder Yele Bademosi and Lidya Co-founder Tunde… Read full… Read more Wallet.ng: The Fintech Startup Building Mobile Payment Solutions for Nigerian Millennials

There’s a growing trend of foreign investors leaving the Nigerian startup scene

[ad_1] Over the past decade, Nigeria has been welcoming foreign investors into the Internet startup space, both as players in the market as well as financers. But there appears to be a growing trend in the last five years over the exit of foreign investment and businesses in the country. No doubt, the resulting effects… Read more There’s a growing trend of foreign investors leaving the Nigerian startup scene

Nigeria’s start-up system: Challenges, opportunities

[ad_1] The Nigerian start-up ecosystem has seen tremendous growth with the emergence of business incubators and technology hubs. DANIEL ESSIET looks at its “achievements and challenges. Technically-grounded entrepreneurs are transforming lives. Whether in the fields of e-commerce, virtual reality, or fintech, tech-entrepreneurs have disrupted the way Nigerians communicate, make purchases,… [ad_2] Source link

E-commerce logistics startup Deliveryman launches in Nigeria

[ad_1] Nigerian startup Deliveryman has launched its e-commerce logistics solution, aimed at providing seamless, fast and secure last mile delivery. Launched this month, Deliveryman.ng hopes ease the difficulties businesses and individuals face in sending items within Lagos and all over Nigeria. “We are a value-driven, ultra fast and same day delivery organisation that is… [ad_2]… Read more E-commerce logistics startup Deliveryman launches in Nigeria

This Nigerian Startup Is Allowing Creatives Independently Publish And Distribute Their Work

[ad_1] The Nigerian publishing industry has a lot of challenges, top of which is the fact that traditional publishers in Nigeria tend not to treat writers with respect and dignity; and a general unwillingness to publish new, upcoming writers and artists in general. Many Nigerians have turned to self publishing or digital publishing in a bid… Read more This Nigerian Startup Is Allowing Creatives Independently Publish And Distribute Their Work

Nigerian Startup Enters Finals of Harvard Business School Contest

[ad_1] By Dipo Olowookere Nigeria’s digital publishing platform, Publiseer, has been announced as one of the 14 finalists of the 2018 Harvard Business School’s New Venture Competition, which takes place on Friday, March 2, in Boston, United States. The Africa Business Club at Harvard Business School will be hosting the competition to showcase the diversity… Read more Nigerian Startup Enters Finals of Harvard Business School Contest