The #EndSARS protests are catching Nigerian businesses off guard, with many scrambling to communicate responsibly in real time. Gbenga Onalaja and Ezekiel Ojewunmi share insights on how brands can sensibly engage with the protest without coming off as insincere
The Central Bank of Nigeria recently revealed plans to upgrade the Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number (NUBAN) to a 16-digit based system. Guest contributor, Adewale Otolorin shares his thoughts on why this is a step in the right direction
What makes the Igbo Apprenticeship model tick and critical considerations before taking it mainstream
Guest contributor, Chinedu Okoro shares some insights into the acclaimed Igbo Apprenticeship model and considerations for seamless integration with contemporary business practices
Guest contributor, Enyioma Madubuike takes a close look at the Tunisian Startup Act, the promise it holds for startups and what Nigerian legislators can learn from it.
Guest contributor, Gudtalent Igwe Chrisent shares his thoughts on how Nigerian banks can leverage blockchain technology, and the seamless future and powerful concept undermining it to transform their industry.
As the GSMA details in its 2017 Mobile Economy report, the mobile market in sub-Saharan Africa is growing faster than any other region of the world. Guest Contributor, Dr. Peter Atorough shares his thoughts on what this means for the continent.
Guest Contributor, Yusuf Hassan shares his opinion on the financial inclusion drive in Nigeria and why he thinks it might be a case of misplace priorities.
Guest Contributor, Victor Akinwande, helps us take a step back to highlight the current state of the digital divide and how we can use Artificial Intelligence to influence the future of access to information and knowledge.
Guest contributor, Augustus Chukwu shares his thoughts on the access, control, distribution and ownership of data and it’s implications for an open future in the face of liberal values that have come under severe attack recently.
Executive Vice President for Sage, Africa & Middle East, Pieter Bensch discusses 4 ways strategic Chief Information Officers (CIOs) can fuel growth and innovation within their organisations, especially in West Africa where the digital transformation in fully underway