How many times have you had that killer idea but you had to shelve it because of a lack of capital or a money related obstacle?
We’ve heard speculations about Uber possibly coming to Lagos in the past, we kept it lowkey and just watched the space for upcoming developments. Now, it seems the wait has ended. According to the Uber blog, the taxi booking service launched yesterday with popular hip-hop artist Ice Prince, the first user of the popular booking…
Phillips Consulting Limited, a leading African based business management and HR consulting practice has announced the launch of a new associate company SHORTLIST Nigeria.
Easy Taxi Nigeria recently launched a promotion which offers users in the cities of Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria, one free ride on every two rides taken within a week.
AMPION.org is an organisation that aims to build to a global community to connect all the actors and players from the social business and tech landscape in Africa with the rest of the world and they plan on doing this by organising five road trips this year.
A new taxi-sharing service called KabuKabu (pronounced, Kah-boo-kah-boo) has launched to help you share rides and split the fares to and fro work with your colleagues, friends and others.
PayPal, an online payment platform which allows you to make online transactions and is widely used by millions of websites is entering 10 new countries this week, including Nigeria, according to Reuters.
If you’re a privately-held, early-stage tech startup that’s less than five years old, why not apply to join the IBM Global Entrepreneur Programme and participate in an IBM SmartCamp in your city.
The shocking news of the passing away of Carey Eaton crowed in the early hours of Thursday morning in most parts of Africa, after an armed robbery incident at a friend’s home in Nairobi in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Fast growing online grocery delivery start-up, Supermart has added six more neighbourhoods — Ikeja, Maryland, Ilupeju, Ogba, Yaba and Surulere — to its distribution coverage areas, bringing the total number of places where it delivers groceries to 10 towns.
After making great strides in the flight and hotel booking space, Africa’s leading online travel company, Wakanow is now getting into the bus ticketing space in Nigeria with the recent acquisition of online bus ticketing start-up, Oya.com.ng, Techloy has learnt.
With the goal of finding the best seed-stage startups and giving a boost to the local startup ecosystem, leading global start-up competition, Seedstars World is coming to Lagos on June 13.
Software giant, Microsoft is bringing together business leaders, key influencers, policy-makers and change agents to deliberate on issues facing the ICT industry in Nigeria next week.
Three young developers, Zachary Collins (19), Dustin Snider (19) and Ahmad Mukoshy (24), have teamed up to build Yarnfeed, a new way to share and connect with topics that interests you in Nigeria.
Starting a tech company is not all about tech, because you don’t need to know coding or programming to run a successful tech start-up, writes Ilan Nass from Fueled.
US-based online and mobile social video marketplace, PublicVine founded by Nigerian entrepreneur, Nam Mokwunye, has received “Series A” investment of around $10 million as it plans to commence its global commercial launch in June 2014.
If you’ve used taxi hailing apps like EasyTaxi and Tranzit, then you’re likely to also try AfroCab, the newest way to hail a taxi in Lagos.
Raphael Afaedor, the former co-CEO of JUMIA Nigeria who officially left the Rocket Internet-backed e-commerce company in January 2014, is finally breaking his silence today with the announcement of a new venture.
Leading global telecommunications and media company, Millicom announced today that it has launched a new technology incubator simply called “think”, to help fast track the launch of innovative digital solutions in Africa.
The poster girl of Ghana’s tech startup incubator, Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), Victoria Haynes is leaving the organisation to start her own venture, TechLoy has learnt