Ex-Diamond Bank CEO, Uzoma Dozie sits for a chat with Techpoint Africa’s Adewale Yusuf to discuss his shift from traditional banking to digital banking with ‘Sparkle’, potential competition with his brothers (Carbon) and his entrepreneurial journey so far
Following a debate last week, about whether or not $10,000 for 5% equity is a good investment deal for early-stage startups, Techpoint CEO, Adewale Yusuf weighs in on the conversation.
Techpoint is 5! At exactly 00:01 on January 1st, 2015, our first post went live. It’s been 5 rewarding years but our journey has just begun. Find out what we have planned for 2020
Our founder and CEO, Adewale Yusuf shares the journey to establishing the Techpoint Startup School and plans for the future.
Techpoint is officially 4 today! Here’s a flashback of our major activities in 2018 and our plans for the new year 2019.
Techpoint founder, Adewale Yusuf shares his experience attending Web Summit 2018 and his drive to get more African startups on the global stage
On November 14, 2018, Techpoint, in partnership with TechStars, hosted the first African tech talent meetup in Europe. The aim was to create a platform where tech talents from different European countries can hangout and basically have a sense of community.
Techpoint Africa, in partnership with Techstars, will be hosting a meet and greet evening for African developers, designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs, who work and reside in Berlin or any nearby city
In the next edition of Techpoint Build, we are switching things up a bit by taking it beyond Nigeria and focusing on West Africa. We are also increasing the grand prize money to $10,000.
Say hello to Techpoint Africa. Starting August 1, 2018, Techpoint is expanding to cover startup and technology activities, not just in Nigeria, but in Africa as a whole.