Publiseer, Nigerian Tech Startup Reports Profit 8-months After Launch

Publiseer, a Nigerian digital publishing startup for independent Nigerian authors and artists, on May 24th reported a profit for its first quarter in 2018. The tech startup launched in August 2017 for unsigned and independent writers and musicians with low-income posted a first-quarter profit of $10,877.58, comfortably ahead of its expectations, taking just 8 months… Read More Publiseer, Nigerian Tech Startup Reports Profit 8-months After Launch

Checkout these Impressive Innovations Coming Out of Africa

There are lots of innovations going on in Africa which are not getting enough media promotion (Media in Africa don’t cover stories and events on science and tech like their media counterparts in other continents).  There are many amazing inventions going on in Africa that the world should know about so as to attract respect, business… Read More Checkout these Impressive Innovations Coming Out of Africa

Entertale: the Free Internet TV for Africans Founded by Two US based Nigerians

“Entertale is the first African social internet TV that allow users to watch multiple live Black TV channels and movies with friends in real-time. Also, you can create an internet live TV inside the platform. The social part is the interaction where user can watch movies together and video chat seamlessly, follow each other, chat… Read More Entertale: the Free Internet TV for Africans Founded by Two US based Nigerians

Meet the Nigerian Scientist Giving Drones the Ability to Smell Bombs from Afar

“Imagine being able to detect odours a significant distance away with form factors which you can mount on a commercially available drone. The system will be complete with on board biological learning and classification.”, wrote Oshiorenoya E. Agabi on his LinkedIn profile. Osh Agabi is a Nigerian neuroscientist and engineer. He is the founder and… Read More Meet the Nigerian Scientist Giving Drones the Ability to Smell Bombs from Afar

South African Startup looking to disrupt workplace collaboration market in Africa

Connect-2-Me (C2Me) is a South African start-up founded in 2016 by Gary Swale, Ray Hayes, Eugene Theron and Lloyd Thompson – who were the previous owners of Knowledge Dimension, a company now own by IBM. According to Gary Swale, the startup is a cloud-based business collaboration platform setup to removes barriers in work-space so that… Read More South African Startup looking to disrupt workplace collaboration market in Africa