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With 120 Million Facebook Users in Africa, Facebook Officially Opens For Business

With 120 Million Facebook Users in Africa, Facebook Officially Opens For Business

Facebook has opened its first office in Africa to further the company’s commitment to help businesses connect with people and grow locally and regionally, according to a company statement made available to TechLoy. The company’s Africa approach will see it partnering with governments, telecom operators, agencies and other stakeholders to deliver localised solutions to advertisers

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Diamond Bank’s BET Programme Is Offering N3 Million Grants To ICT Businesses

Diamond Bank’s Building Entrepreneurs Today (BET) programme, an annual capacity building and business education project aimed at generating interest in entrepreneurship has began accepting applications for its fourth season. Launched in 2010, the programme is designed to train 50 budding entrepreneurs over a period of six months after which the top five entrepreneurs are awarded

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MTN Is Partnering With CNN To Grow SMEs Through #AfricaView Initiative

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eTranzact Is Totally Rethinking Mobile Payments In Nigeria With Its New PocketMoni Service

eTranzact, a leading provider of mobile banking and payments services in Africa is attempting to rethink mobile payments in Nigeria with a new PocketMoni service that claims to better understand the needs of the marketplace. The company says it “has done a retake of what mobile money can be with a recreated game changing mobile

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Africa-Focused Technology Logistics Company, ACE To Receive $2.6 Million USD In Funding

Africa Courier Express (ACE), formerly A-Post, a Nigeria-based and Africa-focused technology driven e-commerce logistics and warehousing firm has received funding of US$850,000 from Interswitch’s recently launched ePayment Growth Fund, as part of a $2.6 million USD investment that would enable the company expand across Africa.

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Mobile Phones And Fashion Items To Lead Gifts This Shopping Season, Says JUMIA

As Nigerians gear up for gift-giving associated with the December shopping season, the socio-economic trends may or may not affect the Nigerian shopping behaviour, as a rise in sales on these online shopping sites are expected, with mobile phones and fashion items likely the most popular gift items this season.

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