Update: Unfortunately, Adia Sowho who was earlier scheduled for this session will no longer be available. But, not to worry, we’ve got your back still.
On July’s edition of Techpoint AMA Live Sessions (#TPAMA) coming up on Thursday, July 6, 2017, I will be hosting Chinedu Azodoh and Adetayo Bamiduro, founders of MAX.
Metro Africa Express (MAX) was founded by this duo in 2015, to solve logistics challenges in Nigeria. Their focus is on-demand delivery where your order or package is delivered in no more than 3 hours.
These guys just came up with a mind -blowing idea to combat the green-headed monster called Lagos traffic. They recently launched the Max Go, an app with which you can request a 200cc Okada ride. Can you imagine the number of people whose jobs would be saved because of this app?
Chinedu is an alumnus of Illinois Institute of Technology and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before co-founding MAX, he had worked at Barclay’s and Goldman Sachs. Tayo who also studied at MIT has worked with NLNG and Konga before going on the MAX adventure. They have both won several awards.
Join me for an interesting live video chat with Chinedu and Tayo on Thursday, July 6, 2017, at 2 PM via Facebook Live video.
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