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Africa: The New Technology Frontier

Written by Eunice Baguma Ball on Monday, 16 March 2015.

For a while now, Africa has been considered an increasingly important market for global business.

However, not until the last decade has it been looked at seriously as a source of growth opportunities in the technology sector.

Now as Africa's billion-plus population continues to adopt technology at unprecedented rates, international tech powerhouses are increasingly targeting Africa for investment and new growth opportunities.

8 NIGERIAN STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2015

Written by Seyi Taylor on Thursday, 13 November 2014.

2014 has practically ended and we've seen the new and the old in startups. It's been a year for new arrivals and old giants but these are the Nigerian startups we think you should be monitoring closely in 2015.

EntrepreneurCountry Launches in Nigeria: The Next Innovation Frontier

Written by Amit Pau on Tuesday, 12 August 2014.

In early July, I visited Nigeria for the first time, filled with excitement at the busy few days ahead – I was to deliver a keynote at the World Pension Summit in the capital city of Abuja and then launch EntrepreneurCountry Nigeria in the commercial nucleus, Lagos. I was also a little apprehensive given the generally unfavourable reports that one tends to hear about Nigeria.

EntrepreneurCountry Launches in Nigeria

Written by Nkiru Asika on Friday, 18 July 2014.

Nigeria is entrepreneurcountry. Nigerians are highly entrepreneurial, always hustling – in a positive sense – to improve their lot and build a better life for their children. The future of digital business in Nigeria is particularly bright because of a number of factors: first our overwhelmingly youthful populace – 70per cent are under the age of 30 – are digital natives, exposed, engaged and hungry for all the opportunities that digital-enabled technologies offer; second, we are the fastest growing mobile market in the world, with more than 100 million active mobile subscribers, ready to absorb everything from mobile money to mobile content, apps that tackle social issues and more.

Africa and Nigeria: A Glimpse Into The New Age

Written by Enrique Garland on Wednesday, 16 July 2014.

Capital allocation in frontier markets have traditionally taken a small portion of emerging market portfolios, usually aimed at getting high-returns with limited risk exposure. With Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) economy's stalling growth, frontier markets are increasingly perceived as an asset class in their own right.

EntrepreneurCountry Nigeria Launches in Lagos

on Tuesday, 08 July 2014.

Today, more than ever, the co-operation between corporate and startups is vital.
Corporates seek innovation, new ideas for revenue stream differentiation, and young start-ups are in need of a way to scale their businesses, where their innovative solutions can achieve their potential. entrepreneurcountry was created to help 'David and Goliath Dance'. We help Corporates reduce the cost of discovering the 'Digital Enablers' and also reduce the cost of disruption by Digital Enablers. It all happens at www.entrepreneurcountry.com and across the European continent.

Introducing Tutor.ng: a new online learning platform

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 08 July 2014.

Africa's digital startup community has long battled with its unique internet challenges (penetration currently stands at just 16%), but the best entrepreneurs have always found a way through. That's certainly been the case for the latest David to enter the ring - Nigerian online learning platform Tutor.ng. The fledgling company has impressive aspirations to change the way people are educated in Nigeria and, eventually, across the whole of the African continent.

The World Pension Summit Africa Special takes off in Abuja

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 07 July 2014.

The World Pension Summit Africa Special has officially kicked off in the Nigerian capital of Abuja today, in what looks set to be an informative and insightful two days. Partcularly if today is anything to go by.

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Africa: The New Technology Frontier

by Eunice Baguma Ball

For a while now, Africa has been considered an increasingly important market for global business.

However, not until the last decade has it been looked at seriously as a source of growth opportunities in the technology sector.

Now as Africa's billion-plus population continues to adopt technology at unprecedented rates, international tech powerhouses are increasingly targeting Africa for investment and new growth opportunities.

Read more

EntrepreneurCountry Launches in Nigeria

by Nkiru Asika

Nigeria is entrepreneurcountry. Nigerians are highly entrepreneurial, always hustling – in a positive sense – to improve their lot and build a better life for their children. The future of digital business in Nigeria is particularly bright because of a number of factors: first our overwhelmingly youthful populace – 70per cent are under the age of 30 – are digital natives, exposed, engaged and hungry for all the opportunities that digital-enabled technologies offer; second, we are the fastest growing mobile market in the world, with more than 100 million active mobile subscribers, ready to absorb everything from mobile money to mobile content, apps that tackle social issues and more.

Read more

8 NIGERIAN STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2015

by Seyi Taylor

2014 has practically ended and we've seen the new and the old in startups. It's been a year for new arrivals and old giants but these are the Nigerian startups we think you should be monitoring closely in 2015.

Read more

Africa and Nigeria: A Glimpse Into The New Age

by Enrique Garland

Capital allocation in frontier markets have traditionally taken a small portion of emerging market portfolios, usually aimed at getting high-returns with limited risk exposure. With Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) economy's stalling growth, frontier markets are increasingly perceived as an asset class in their own right.

Read more

EntrepreneurCountry Launches in Nigeria: The Next Innovation Frontier

by Amit Pau

In early July, I visited Nigeria for the first time, filled with excitement at the busy few days ahead – I was to deliver a keynote at the World Pension Summit in the capital city of Abuja and then launch EntrepreneurCountry Nigeria in the commercial nucleus, Lagos. I was also a little apprehensive given the generally unfavourable reports that one tends to hear about Nigeria.

Read more

Introducing Tutor.ng: a new online learning platform

by EntrepreneurCountry Global

Africa's digital startup community has long battled with its unique internet challenges (penetration currently stands at just 16%), but the best entrepreneurs have always found a way through. That's certainly been the case for the latest David to enter the ring - Nigerian online learning platform Tutor.ng. The fledgling company has impressive aspirations to change the way people are educated in Nigeria and, eventually, across the whole of the African continent.

Read more

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