What do insurance and will making in Nigeria have in common? A small addressable market and slow tech adoption. In conversation with tech founders in the space, we find out why and how to salvage the situation.
Four months after a $500,000 pre-seed fund, Nigerian API fintech startup, Mono has gotten into Y Combinator’s Winter 2021 batch, giving it access to $125,000 seed fund and other funding opportunities
A new report shows that many health apps request more data than WhatsApp and other apps. Since users freely give consent, it raises a question: should these apps be trusted? If yes, what are the possible implications?
Nigerian freelance startup, TERAWORK is providing growth opportunities for African offline professionals
Three years ago, Femi Taiwo founded an online freelance startup, TERAWORK, after an unpleasant experience with a gig worker. The platform has evolved to now focus on digital and non-digital professional services.
A poll conducted to sample WhatsApp users’ opinions about jumping ship for privacy reasons shows that many people using the platform for business are not bothered. What may have influenced this?
Following recent events, discussions about who should police social media use, and to what extent, have arisen again. We examine the primary reasons for moderation and consider when it becomes abuse.
WHO believes low-income regions like Africa are unprepared for the COVID-19 vaccines for funding and logistics reasons. We explore how technology can address this problem with the available frameworks in Africa.
Four months after the Nigerian government claimed responsibility for a faulty NIMC mobile app, it formally confirms it for public use. Now with some interesting features, this may lead up to achieving a unified database.
2020 is set to go down as a year to be remembered for many reasons, least of which is COVID-19 that has trended all year on social media. Beyond #COVID19 and its variants, we explore 2020’s biggest hashtags in Nigeria.