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User Image futurepositionx Posted: Nov 23, 2017 12:27 PM (UTC)
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Startupen Drinor berättar om sin resa från student till företag! Ett av resultaten av klustervännen Paper Province arbete.
#cluster #ihubs #sweden #innovation #vinnova #fpx #futurepositionx @paperprovince #karlstad
Plans for the new ihubs extension.🏗 #gmit
Minister Mary Mitchell O' Connor at the innovation hubs in GMIT Galway today announcing €5million investment towards  extension which will house 20 new companies in the ihubs.
User Image misslorna007 Posted: Sep 8, 2016 11:52 AM (UTC)
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Mark Zuckerberg's Visit Gives Nigerian Startups Much-needed Boost

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's visit to Nigeria, his first to sub-Saharan Africa, put the country's tech businesses firmly in the world's spotlight. Nigeria is the largest market in Africa for Facebook; 16 million Nigerians using the platform monthly, with 7 million logging onto the site daily: 97% of them on mobile, according to statistics.
He said: "This is my first trip to sub-Saharan Africa. I'll be meeting with developers and entrepreneurs, and learning about the startup ecosystem in Nigeria. The energy here is amazing and I'm excited to learn as much as I can." Tech hub working on Nigeria's next big idea - Co-Creation Hub: Tech space working on 'Nigeria's next big idea' At the CcHUB, he talked to children at a summer coding camp and entrepreneurs who visit the center to build and launch their apps.

Zuckerberg thrilled Nigerians by walking around the streets of Lagos without any signs of armed guards or heavy security. He was also spotted jogging on the Lekki Bridge Wednesday morning. Like a lot of entrepreneurs on the continent, the founders of CcHUB have been quietly plugging away before catching the attention of one of the world's biggest tech founders. Zuckerberg singled out their business because of their proven track record in building and incubating startups that tackle the country's myriad social issues such as Lifebank, an app that locates available blood supplies and delivers it to hospitals.

Another entrepreneur who met Zuckerberg was Adebayo Adegbembo, who runs Genii games, a platform to make it easier for kids to learn about African culture both in Nigeria and the diaspora. #programmes #technology #techsolutions #nigerianstartup #nigerianstartups #nigerianentrepreneurs #innovation #youthempowerment #facebook #businessideas #business #businessleaders #businessman #businesswoman #businesscommunity #businessgrowth #leader #leaders #leadership #investinnigeria #techbusiness #innovativeideas #creativity #startupsinafrica #ihubs #techhub #entrepreneur #entrepreneurs #madeinnigeria #tradenigeria
User Image tradenigeriamag Posted: Sep 8, 2016 11:27 AM (UTC)
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Mark Zuckerberg's Visit Gives Nigerian Startups Much-needed Boost

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's visit to Nigeria, his first to sub-Saharan Africa, put the country's tech businesses firmly in the world's spotlight. Nigeria is the largest market in Africa for Facebook; 16 million Nigerians using the platform monthly, with 7 million logging onto the site daily: 97% of them on mobile, according to statistics.
He said: "This is my first trip to sub-Saharan Africa. I'll be meeting with developers and entrepreneurs, and learning about the startup ecosystem in Nigeria. The energy here is amazing and I'm excited to learn as much as I can." Tech hub working on Nigeria's next big idea - Co-Creation Hub: Tech space working on 'Nigeria's next big idea' At the CcHUB, he talked to children at a summer coding camp and entrepreneurs who visit the center to build and launch their apps.

Zuckerberg thrilled Nigerians by walking around the streets of Lagos without any signs of armed guards or heavy security. He was also spotted jogging on the Lekki Bridge Wednesday morning. Like a lot of entrepreneurs on the continent, the founders of CcHUB have been quietly plugging away before catching the attention of one of the world's biggest tech founders. Zuckerberg singled out their business because of their proven track record in building and incubating startups that tackle the country's myriad social issues such as Lifebank, an app that locates available blood supplies and delivers it to hospitals.

Another entrepreneur who met Zuckerberg was Adebayo Adegbembo, who runs Genii games, a platform to make it easier for kids to learn about African culture both in Nigeria and the diaspora. #programmes #technology #techsolutions #nigerianstartup #nigerianstartups #nigerianentrepreneurs #innovation #youthempowerment #facebook #businessideas #business #businessleaders #businessman #businesswoman #businesscommunity #businessgrowth #leader #leaders #leadership #investinnigeria #techbusiness #innovativeideas #creativity #startupsinafrica #ihubs #techhub #entrepreneur #entrepreneurs #madeinnigeria #tradenigeria
User Image misslorna007 Posted: Jul 27, 2016 9:46 AM (UTC)
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The recently concluded Techplus 2016 Highlights Nigeria’s Role In Africa’s Technology Revolution

The theme for this year’s event was ‘A Connected World' and its timing was uncanny as #Cisco had predicted there will be 20.8 billion connected devices by 2020.

#techplusconference seeks to highlight the increasing connecting nature of the world and identify Nigeria’s role in this new global reality motivated by government’s increasing commitment to the development of the ICT sector, the rapid emergence of innovation hubs and incubators across the country. it is clear that technology is on the brink of revolutionizing the country. “Innovation is the primary driver of technological growth and drives higher living standards. As an engine of growth, the potential of technology is endless.

The federal government has developed a blueprint to key into the smart city initiative of Lagos State and come up with other initiatives to promote technology appreciation and adoption to an appreciable level with the multiplier effect on the economy.

Chief Enterprise Business Officer, MTN Nigeria, Linda Saint-Nwafor who represented the Managing Director, highlighted the importance of the Techplus conference to technology promotion and adoption in Nigeria’s ecosystem. It was a gathering to debate, interact and share ideas that will benefit everyone.

From government’s increasing commitment to the development of the ICT sector, to the rapid emergence of innovation hubs and incubators across the country, it is clear that technology is on the brink of revolutionizing the country.
#Techplus #TechPlus2016 #techinfluencers #techplusconference #aconnectedworld
#ICT #federalgovernment #internet #connectivity #youthemployment #techhub #techhub #ihub #ihubs #hub #hubs #entrepreneurship101 #entrepreuneurship #entrepreneurships #entrepreneur #entrepreneurs #technology #economy #economicgrowth #innovation #revolution #webuynigerian
The recently concluded Techplus 2016 Highlights Nigeria’s Role In Africa’s Technology Revolution

The theme for this year’s event was ‘A Connected World' and its timing was uncanny as #Cisco had predicted there will be 20.8 billion connected devices by 2020.

#techplusconference seeks to highlight the increasing connecting nature of the world and identify Nigeria’s role in this new global reality motivated by government’s increasing commitment to the development of the ICT sector, the rapid emergence of innovation hubs and incubators across the country. it is clear that technology is on the brink of revolutionizing the country. “Innovation is the primary driver of technological growth and drives higher living standards. As an engine of growth, the potential of technology is endless.

The federal government has developed a blueprint to key into the smart city initiative of Lagos State and come up with other initiatives to promote technology appreciation and adoption to an appreciable level with the multiplier effect on the economy.

Chief Enterprise Business Officer, MTN Nigeria, Linda Saint-Nwafor who represented the Managing Director, highlighted the importance of the Techplus conference to technology promotion and adoption in Nigeria’s ecosystem. It was a gathering to debate, interact and share ideas that will benefit everyone.

From government’s increasing commitment to the development of the ICT sector, to the rapid emergence of innovation hubs and incubators across the country, it is clear that technology is on the brink of revolutionizing the country.
#Techplus #TechPlus2016 #techinfluencers #techplusconference #aconnectedworld
#ICT #federalgovernment #internet #connectivity #youthemployment #techhub #techhub #ihub #ihubs #hub #hubs #entrepreneurship101 #entrepreuneurship #entrepreneurships #entrepreneur #entrepreneurs #technology #economy #economicgrowth #innovation #revolution #webuynigerian #ibuynigerian #proudlynigerian #tradenigeria
User Image trafficattic Posted: Mar 27, 2015 9:42 PM (UTC)
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