In an effort to ease navigation and provide easy access to property listings, landlord and caretaker information on its platform, Digital Renter has launched a new user interface termed, “Design for Humans. It's #DDay. We will be #releasing the new #userinterface for #DigitalRenter today 15th May, 4pm.
Today’s Quote “The blockchain cannot be described just as a revolution.” William Mougayar Africa NIPC launches iGuide Nigeria The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) has formally launched the iGuide Nigeria, an online guide to doing business in Nigeria. According to a statement from the Commission, the iGuide is an easy-to-use online platform providing investors with up-to-date and pertinent information on the processes, procedures and basic costs of doing business in Nigeria.
Our Fears are our only Limitation Some Silicon Mountain Web-Developers who decided to face their fears by applying for the Google Udacity Scholarship have won the 2nd phase of the competition. When we take a grasp of the price from afar, we see reasons to go for it. But when we take a look at the challenges we decide to give up.
Today’s Quote “Opportunities for interoperability arise where interconnections with external parties can create greater value for customers and service providers than a single mobile money service provider can create alone.” Mahindra Comviva Africa Startupbootcamp Africa has partnered with Google to support startups The Google Cloud Startup Programme intends to help startups build and scale using the Google Cloud Platform. This partnership will offer selected startups for the Cape Town-based accelerator more than US$20,000 worth of tech support.
Today’s Quote “Education is a sector in transition.” Ian Fordham, Microsoft Africa $20m investment by MainOne in Cote d’Ivoire for provision of wholesale connectivity services The Nigerian open-access connectivity services provider group, MainOne is to invest $20m in Cote d’Ivoire for provision of wholesale connectivity services. This is after it obtained the C1B license from Minister Bruno Koné, the country’s Minister for Communication, Digital Economy and Postal Services.
UAE-based incubator FasterCapital has selected two Cameroonian startups to take part in its incubation program. The incubator made the announcement on their official website late in April. The virtual incubator on April 11, had launched the second round of its incubation program to run from April 15 to July 16, 2018.
The official launch of the Maibeta Inc fundraising campaign “Web and Mobile app to employ 500. This major fundraising campaign aims to raise $35.000 over a period of one month to reach Maibeta’s goal of providing jobs to over 500.
Just as changes are occurring in every part of the world, Africa is becoming an interesting place for startups and entrepreneurs. In order to facilitate the growth of Africa’s entrepreneurs, Orange Digital Ventures has invested in one of Africa’s mobile technology company known as Africa’s Talking Ltd. Orange Digital Ventures Africa investment fund’s new initiative for Africa has announced its first investment to help Africa’s Talking raise US $8.
CloudCover recently joined the Nigerian tech space. Mobile operators, broadband companies, content providers and other technology-focused companies around the globe are pitching their tents in Nigeria. Of course, the underlying aim is to tap from the large market provided by the over 180 million Nigerians.
As part of its expansion plans, Nigerian SaaS web platform TradeDepot recently raised $3 million in funding from Partech Ventures. In realization of this drive, Partech Africa, thus, headquartered itself in Dakar-Senegal as its first move. Nigerian-based startup TradeDepot, recently raised $3 million in funding, becoming the first African startup to benefit from this scheme.
Alexandra Ondoua-Ayong is one of Cameroon’s young successful and leading female entrepreneur whose experiences and point of view will trigger Cameroonian young ladies to develop that entrepreneurial drive, build a business of their own and be empowered. That sounds interesting! ”I have always wanted to become an entrepreneur, be my own boss. After I graduated (master’s degree in communication) and gave birth to my 2nd son, I decided to go back home (Cameroon) and I started my very first own business in the communications field,” said Alexandra.
Mr. According to Leonard Fonyuy, popularly known as Mr. Leo, the visit to the prison was a way of giving back to the community which he stems from.
We present Joan Ngomba, Cameroons famous media personality and a true hustler. As a presenter for Pulse.ng, she has got 10years of media experience working on so many media projects in Nigeria.
The founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg finally made it through Harvard on May 25th, 2017. He dropped out from Harvard to pursue his dream and succeeded in establishing the world’s most used social media platform Known as Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg’s Graduation Speech reveals more about his student life at Havard and the need for people to discover their true purpose in life.
Art is something which speaks to almost everyone of us, but just like many handmade works in our country, it doesn’t often get the attention or appraisal it deserves. This artist tells us a little more about what triggers him to come up with beautiful pieces, and how he tells his country’s stories in his works. AFROHUSTLER : Tell us a little bit about yourself.