Developer community: A symbiotic relationship between developers and startups

Though a few years ago, developer communities in Nigeria were only owned by tech giants, startups are beginning to take up the responsibility. We find out how beneficial this relationship is for developers and companies

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Seni Sulyman to step down from Vice President of Global Operations role at Andela in May

After four years at Andela serving as director of operations, country director in Nigeria and Kenya, and VP of Global Operations, Seni Sulyman will be leaving the six-year-old startup on May 15.

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NITDA sets up committee to cushion economic effects for Nigerian startups

Nigeria's information technology development agency, NITDA, has set up a committee of seasoned tech experts, to help cushion the effects of COVID-19 and the ensuing lockdown, on Nigerian startups and businesses.

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Microtraction portfolio rises to 15 after investment in edtech startup, Gradely

Microtraction makes its first investment of 2020 in edtech startup, Gradely. This makes Gradely the first recipient of Microtraction's revised standard deal and the second edtech startup in the VC's portfolio.

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How will Nigeria achieve 90% 4G/5G national broadband coverage by 2025?

With ambitious goals of reaching a 4G/5G population coverage of 90% by 2025, Nigeria’s new national broadband plan still faces its predecessor’s roadblocks, and for it to succeed all hands must be on deck.

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WellaHealth is providing affordable and accessible healthcare services to Nigerians, starting with malaria

With ₦450 per month, WellaHealth gives Nigerians access to malaria tests and drugs. However, the startup has set its sights on being the go-to solution for all health financing needs in Nigeria and Africa.

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How will the SEC’s new regulations shape crowdfunding in Nigeria?

After revolutionising fundraising and investments in Nigeria, Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission has moved to regulate the country’s crowdfunding activities. What will this mean for the sector going forward?

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Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic: A webinar for Nigerian startup founders

The last couple of days have seen many Nigerian startups adopt remote work as a precaution to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, there have been massive job cuts, disruptions to business models and revenue, and possibly the death of lots of businesses across the startup scene. To think any business adequately prepared […]

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