Three Nigerian Startups Accepted Into 500 Startups’ Batch 22 Cohort

500 startups’ has revealed the list of startups accepted into its Batch 22 cohort, and in the list are three Nigerian-led startups. The Nigerian startups represent the only black startups in the cohort. They... Read more »

Gigfisher is Connecting Freelancers to Clients

For small businesses still trying to save cost and grow, they turn to freelancers for some tasks, instead of hiring full-time staff that would require payment on a monthly basis. The number... Read more »

BudgIT Unveils CivicHive to Bridge the Gap Between Citizens and Government

BudgIT, a  a start-up that provides Nigerian citizens with access to public budgets, has launched CivicHive in a bid to create an intersection between the citizens and the government. The new initiative is expected... Read more »

Top 5 Trends that will Drive Success for Kenyan Businesses in 2018

We are fortunate to be living in an era where anyone can get almost anything done with the help of the internet. Whether it’s starting a business, accessing information, buying a house,... Read more »

Facebook Takes on Youtube with New Video Service, Watch

Facebook has introduced Watch, a new tab on the social media network that offers a range of shows for users to view at their convenience. Watch will be available on mobile, on desktop and... Read more »

This Startup Wants To Help You Plan and Manage Your Events

The event industry in Nigeria is one that never runs out of business, no matter how the economic situation of the country might be fairing. Events are held all through the week,... Read more »

Microsoft and Paypal Partner to Enable Users Send Money Via Skype

Microsoft and PayPal have announced a partnership that would enable peer-to-peer payments on the Skype mobile app. With the new Send Money feature, users in 22 countries users will be able to use PayPal... Read more »