From Lagos to Dakar, conversations abound about the future of work and how innovation continues to disrupt what we think we know. New technologies like artificial intelligence and robotics still generate understandable uncertainty about what roles humans will be able to play in the labour force in another five years. Countries with very little investments […]
Business, Entrepreneurship, people
Starting and running a business has some striking similarities to adventure games. The excitement and potential pitfalls against a background of courage that’s required when seeking adventure in games, remain principal ingredients to succeed as a founder, especially when it’s a ‘first’.
In Nigeria, there are no less than 30 such initiatives targeted at getting more girls and women into technology, according to research conducted by TechCabal.
Funding, people, startups
There is still no single legal framework for the regulation of the health tech sector in Nigeria. Instead, there is a reliance on the guidance of the different traditional health care areas each having their own set of guidelines and regulations.