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FinTech | Mastercard opens applications for Nigerian startups

Mastercard says it is requesting applications from Nigerian fintech startups to begin its Start Path 2018 programme under the payment technology company’s initiative to reshape the future of commerce. Start-ups will have the opportunity to present their business proposals to the Start Path judging panel on April 9 in Lagos and selected startups will present […]

Nigeria to telcos: Use your frequency spectrum or lose it!

Etisalat to Nigerian SMEs: Innovate to boost your business

Mobile phone company, Etisalat Nigeria, wants small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) in the country to innovate to enable them boost their productivity. Mr  Bidemi Ladipo, Head Enterprise Marketing, Etisalat Nigeria, said in Lagos that SMEs must adopt innovative models of doing business to accelerate growth, increase capacity and maximize profit. He says that being innovative will help startups […]

Nigeria to telcos: Use your frequency spectrum or lose it!

Lagos hosts Angel Investor Summit Wednesday

  The Lagos Angels Network (LAN) in partnership with the African Business Angel Network (ABAN), DEMO Africa and Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), will Wednesday host “The African Opportunity: Angel Investing in Africa” Investor Summit at DEMO Africa 2015 in Lagos. The Lagos Angel Network (LAN), an association of investors committed to providing mentoring, access to business networks […]

Nigeria to telcos: Use your frequency spectrum or lose it!

Jovago Co-Founder stakes investment in Nigerian startup, Talking Bookz

Marek Zmyslowski, the co-founder and managing director of Jovago.com, the hotel booking portal, has provided seed capital as initial investments in Nigeria’s first online retailer of audio books, Talking Bookz. Jovago, which announced the investment did not provide financial details in the announcement sent to Technology Times. Talking Bookz,a Nigerian start up  offers access to unique […]

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