Startup Profile: Opinow — build an interactive website easily online

by | Feb 8, 2018

Every business, irrespective of the size needs an attractive, informative and interactive website, in today’s highly competitive digital market. Especially since grabbing and retaining the attention of users is quite a challenge. Users can’t be blamed for this. A lot of websites contain a confusing mishmash of images and an overdose of information which bores a regular visitor.

It will, therefore, be right to say that an interactive website is the best way to provide a meaningful and engaging user experience. Opinow is an online platform that has taken it upon itself to help business build interactive websites for their products and services.

Launched on January 22, 2018, by Collins Nnadozie, Olawale Badara, and Louis Njoku, the platform also offers other basic supports like maintenance, security and content development for users, clients, and media houses.

We support our clients all way through, offering free maintenance services whenever needed and giving them other tips that will help their business grow”.

Do you need to build a website or develop media kit for your business? Head to the online platform.


Discover new startups every weekday by 12 noon (WAT) | Pitch your startup here.

Deborah Soyombo
Deborah Soyombo

I’m in love with inspiring startup stories! I believe they have a way of inspiring people to be what they want to be. Contact me here.


Are you in tech and you are looking at getting a foreign remote job or you want to move abroad? Fill this form and you will get the BEST resources to help you get that high paying remote job as well as japa easily! WAGMI!

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Recent News

Reclaiming stolen African artefacts

Reclaiming stolen African artefacts

On #TechpointDigest, Victoria Fakiya (@latoria_ria) discusses how Traction wants to stop fake alerts, Canza Finance’s journey, Esaal’s $1.7m seed round, and JABU’s $15m series A.

[PODCAST] Relooting African art with NFTs

[PODCAST] Relooting African art with NFTs

What do you think about an NFT project that wants to reclaim Africa’s lost artefacts? Well, the editorial team had some interesting thoughts, and you can listen to this and other stories on today’s episode of #TechpointAfricaPodcast.

$2 million to drive learning via WhatsApp 

$2 million to drive learning via WhatsApp 

On #TechpointDigest, we discuss how major players in the African mobility space can change the mobility narrative, FoondaMate’s $2 million funding, Twitter Create, and AMP’s $5.6 million seed round.

[PODCAST] Taxing calls to give you healthcare

[PODCAST] Taxing calls to give you healthcare

The Nigerian government wants to tax phone calls to provide better healthcare. In today’s edition of the #TechpointAfricaPodcast, we discuss possible implications and upsides to this.

Subscribe to Techpoint Digest!

A daily 5-minute roundup of happenings in African and global tech, sent directly to your email inbox, between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m (WAT) every week day!

Please check your email to confirm your subscription.

Subscribe to Blockchain Explorer

Analysis oninnovation, regulations, and trends inthe blockchain sector, as it concerns Africa

Please check your email to confirm your subscription.

Subscribe to The Experts

A bi-weekly where tech career specialists take us on their journey from newbie to expert, and how they became successful in the industry.

Please check your email to confirm your subscription.

Subscribe to Founder's Table

A monthly series, where we catch up with founders in the startup ecosystem, learn about their failures, successes and a few tricks of the trade

Please check your email to confirm your subscription.

Copy link
Powered by Social Snap