In Nigeria, there are no less than 30 such initiatives targeted at getting more girls and women into technology, according to research conducted by TechCabal.
When we began executing in bits the many parts of the Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition, we were hoping to celebrate women in the Lagos technology sector and by so doing, encourage young girls and women to aspire to careers in an industry that is still struggling to recruit and keep women in […]
As the Nigerian tech sector continues to expand and internet penetration trudges on, is our cybersecurity infrastructure growing in tandem?
You might not have noticed, but the Lagos State Government just piloted Lagos Innovates – a program designed to help Lagos-based startups take off in a big way. Lagos Innovates is being run by the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund, which is tasked with supporting businesses with funds and the tools to become sustainable and […]
Yes, it’s that time again! Welcome to the 2nd edition of top ten stories of the year. If you’ve read last year’s top 10, then you will be familiar with some ground rules; no PR! Nothing wrong with PR itself, but we’re going to keep away from fluffy stuff like funding announcements, product launches, etc. […]
“Always provide a fantastic service” On today’s episode, we have Kendall Ananyi, co-founder of Tizeti which operates as Wifi.com.ng Wifi.com.ng provides unlimited uncapped internet to users for less than $25 per month. Kendall has an interesting story. He has studied as an engineer and has worked with ExxonMobil, Microsoft, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He started Wifi.com.ng in […]