itel has debuted the itel S17 smartphone, the direct successor to its itel S16 Pro launched last year. As the latest in the flagship S series, the phone has been the rave of the moment because of its much talked about features and remarkable specifications.
eamApt’s Women in Tech Internship Program is designed to foster opportunities for women in tech in Nigeria; providing a path for women to harness their skills and garner quality experience from experts in the industry that will help advance their careers.
Chekkit Technologies have closed a pre-seed funding round of $500,000 with several notable investors coming on board. Joining this investment round are Launch Africa, Japan Strategic capital, Blockchain Founders Fund, and two syndicate groups of angel investors. Completing the funding is a grant from the Orange Corners program. The vision of Chekkit has always been to save lives by becoming the leading product authentication and distribution tracking solution around the globe.
Microsoft Nigeria has appointed Ola Williams as the new Country Manager for Nigeria. According to a statement by the company,
Ola Williams takes over from Akin Banuso who
is now the Enterprise Commercial Lead for the Middle East and Africa Multi-market region.
Driven by the vision to nurture the next generation of Fintech innovators, the Africa Fintech Foundry, in partnership with Access Bank, is organising a week-long physical coding summer camp for 90 children aged 10-18 at Africa Fintech Foundry, Victoria Island, Lagos.
ViacomCBS Networks International (VCNI), a division of ViacomCBS Inc. (NASDAQ: VIAC, VIACA), recently unveiled the first-ever connected smart NickWatch by Nickelodeon at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Lagos, Nigeria. Crowdyvest Limited, an impact-driven fintech platform, launched in 2019 by Onyeka Akumah and four other Co-Founders has today announced a big change in its leadership and additional investment in the company, in a bid to scale up as a digital savings company.
Global mobile technology giants Huawei recently launched the Mate X2 foldable smartphone as it faces questions over the future of its handset business.
Endeavor, A global entrepreneurship network with a presence in Nigeria has officially named Tosin Faniro-Dada as CEO of the organization effective March 1, 2021. Tosin takes over from Eloho Omame, who launched Endeavor’s Nigeria office in February 2018. Eloho led the company’s operations since its inception. Tosin has over 14 years of experience in finance, strategy and program management in the public and private sector.
The Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed accelerator, has announced that its upcoming Abuja Virtual 2021 program is now accepting applications. The Founder Institute is designed to help anyone build an enduring business that can survive and thrive in this “new normal”