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Opportunities Weekly: Aba Hackathon, Linda Ayade Literary Competition, LearnFactory Internship and more

Check out our list of exciting opportunities this week. They include funding for entrepreneurs, training opportunities, hackathon, photography...

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How to make Influencer Marketing work for you in Nigeria

Influencer Marketing is the new rave in Nigeria. Once upon a time, celebrities were the only true influencers...

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Interswitch introduces SPAK Initiative to groom interest in STEM subjects in Nigeria

The Quality of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education in Nigeria is on a steady decline and...

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Startup Profile: Mobilecooks — hire cooks easily online

Mobilecooks is an online platform that provides skillful and vetted cooks to cooperate organisations and individuals. The platform...

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Top 3 new inexpensive but decent cars, 2017 to 2018

When it comes to cars, “cheap” should not always mean low-quality or poorly equipped! Today, the market has...

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How Nigerian brands and startups are creatively using Chatbots to improve customer experience

Instant messaging is becoming more popular as an everyday means of communication and the use of voice search...

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Techpoint will host the biggest tech conference in Nigeria this May — Techpoint Inspired 2.0

Technology has been the bedrock of economic and infrastructural development in many nations of the world. Unfortunately, when...

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Jobs Weekly: Vacancy for Social Media Personnel, Front End Developer, Digital Marketer and more

Below is a compiled list of some available tech job vacancies for you this week. Follow the instructions...

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The Nigerian government spent ₦65 million on an already existing website

Intent Link: https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=The+Nigerian+government+spent+%E2%82%A665+million+on+an+already+existing+website&url=https://techpoint.ng/2018/02/20/osgf-65-million-naira-website/&counturl=https://techpoint.ng/2018/02/20/osgf-65-million-naira-website/&related=Techpointdotng&via=Techpointdotng The Nigerian government reportedly spent ₦65 million on an already existing website in 2017. The...

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Offline or online, why you should follow your customer everywhere

At the just concluded Techpoint Build, Marketing Head at HMD Global, Olumide Balogun, said businesses have to be...

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Startup Profile: Mobile Medics  — access healthcare professionals easily

Intent Link: https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=Startup+Profile%3A+Mobile+Medics+%C2%A0--+access+healthcare+professionals+easily&url=https://techpoint.ng/2018/02/20/mobile-medics-profile/&counturl=https://techpoint.ng/2018/02/20/mobile-medics-profile/&related=Techpointdotng&via=Techpointdotng Mobile Medics is an online platform that allows users get easy access to healthcare professionals....

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15 great books many successful Nigerian tech founders and CEOs live by

Over the past 3 years, I have interviewed more than 50 successful founders and CEOs within the internet...

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Weekly Tech Events #7: Google Business Group Lagos Meetup, Nerds Unite and more

This week is loaded with events you don’t want to miss. We have curated a list of those...

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Startup Profile:  Afro-Freelancers Hub — Hire skilled service providers conveniently

Afro-Freelancers Hub is an online community where local talents are matched with small businesses or individuals trying to...

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NITDA demands to approve all public IT projects before they can be executed

The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has commenced the registration and licensing of all government IT projects...

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This week on Techpoint: Dumbing up

Here’s a friendly reminder from Quartz Africa that things aren’t always the way they seem: Feature phones are...

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Social Media Roundup: Snake in the Eagle Shadow

This week, we heard of bizzare tale involving a snake, ₦36 million and a vault as told by Philomena Chieshe,...

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Startup Profile: ALOC — prepare for UTME and WASSCE with this game-CBT platform

Opeoluwa and Oluwasola Mesonrale found out that students in Nigeria don’t read to learn but to pass which...