Here are stories that made headlines on TechPoint this week:
Someone Listed a Truckload of Cement for Sale on Konga
With free shipping and all that. We know it’s legit because Konga CEO himself tweeted his stamp of approval.
5 Techie Stereotypes That Exist for a Reason
Apparently, everyone in tech fits into one of these stereotypes: Founder, Developer, Social Media Expert, Marketer and Blogger. Which one are you?
7 Reasons To Join an Incubator Programme
If you are kicking of a startup in Africa, you’re going to need a lot of help and guidance. Mo’ Ekujimi tells us why incubators are important.
4 Struggles of an Uber Lagos User
Access Bank is recruiting, but not in the way that you think
Access bank is utilizing a new and weird “disappearing form act“for its recruitment process.
FaajiHub is yet another events planning online platform.
These Nigerian Entrepreneurs Have One Thing in Common
What do Tunde Kehinde, Lanre Oyedotun and eLDee the Don have in common? Find out.
5 Worrying Assumptions About Working in Tech
Everyone outside tech is guilty of these assumptions. Everyone inside tech fell victim until they “saw the light”.
How NOT to Pitch Your Startup Idea
How Low Can You Go With Premium
We review the Gionee Elife E7, and we really like it.
5 pro tips to up your Twitter game.
In other news …
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