Meet The Two Entrepreneurs Bringing Founder2be To Africa
If you’ve been looking for an ideal co-founder for your start-up for a while now without success, there’s a co-founder match-making network that’s launching soon in an African city near you.
Thanks to Chinedu Onyeaso and Emeka Akano, the two Nigerian entrepreneurs who are now pioneering the way co-founders get together in Africa by bringing Founder2be’s co-founder match-making service to the continent.
Both Chinedu and Emeka got their degrees in Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom where they were involved in the creation of digital yearbooks for a University community.
After graduating and working in the UK, they both decided to move back to Nigeria and having been involved in the creation of affordable web design and corporate identity branding services to SMEs in Nigeria, they identified a gap in the big and untapped market in the education sector.
The two entrepreneurs co-founded Entarado, a web development company empowering small businesses with web and mobile solutions. They’ve already launched two projects, WebBlis, which helps businesses get online, and Schoolboard for schools to organise and send results to students.
Although both co-founders didn’t meet each other on the popular match-making site for co-founders, they are believed to have what it takes to spark up a revolution in Nigeria’s budding start-up scene.