Adedeji Olowe (@dejiolowe) has spent most of his career in the Nigerian banking sector and technology investment, but his most exceptional feat is pushing for open banking standards in Nigeria.
Today on #TechpointDigest, @nifemeah discusses @jack’s final exit plan from Twitter and an explainer on getting started with NFTs.
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Getting attention from music promoters can be pretty tricky for emerging artists, even with the Internet. Ex-music journalist Victor Okpala wants to eliminate this difficulty with the launch of SpinHeard.
The Nigerian president has once again raised Nigerians’ hopes about the indefinite #TwitterBan. As it were, it continues until the social media company agrees to the government’s terms. What is the implication for the populace?
Eleven African countries have enacted laws that grant citizens the right to access public information. But a hard look at recent years show how violations of these laws put them in a state of learned helplessness
After eight years of experience in the UK’s financial sector, @AbakeAdenle became the founder of an award-winning idea, a voice recognition and speech synthesis software for African languages. Here’s her story.
Open DMs allow people to reach anyone on the Techpoint Africa team at any time. Perhaps that’s a wild guess. We’ve organised a 60-minute webinar where you can ask us anything from our processes to our favourite pastimes. Save a seat
From high school to Silicon Valley, @mopewa_o’s affinity for engineering made building Android products her forte. In @JoinClubhouse’s first year, she came on board to develop its much-awaited Android app. Here’s her journey of tremendous growth.
90% of startups fail, some because business relationships meant to improve service offerings end. Some experts share how startups can avoid such pitfalls.