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Startup Rensource raises $3.5m to take affordable renewable energy to more Nigerians
30-01-2018 | 13:28:00
Rensource, a Lagos-based renewable energy startup, has raised $3.5 million in bridge financing to expand its business. This is coming nearly 2 years after a previous seed round of $1.1m in 2016.
[Startup Interview] Olalekan Akinseye, CEO, HFC Clothing Ventures, Nigeria
29-01-2018 | 12:56:00
Olalekan Akinseye runs a clothing entity in Nigeria that is tapping the evolving nature of fashion and the apparel industry to champion the war on cancer. He spoke to Africa Business Communities about the milestones and ambitions of the venture.
[Nigeria] Farmcrowdy closes on seed funding of $1m
19-12-2017 | 09:38:00
Farmcrowdy, a Nigerian digital agriculture platform which allows Nigerians to venture in and sponsor agriculture, has announced that it had closed on seed funding of $1 million from international and local investors.
[Startup Interview] Utibe Uko, Founder, UniQuest Farms & Innovations Centre, Nigeria
18-12-2017 | 12:20:00
Utibe Uko has his mind and eyes set on luring more youth into farming through his enterprise UniQuest Farms & Innovations Centre that besides working in vegetable cultivation, is partnering with young people in Nigeria through Agribusiness Cooperative Development.
[Startup Interview] Oladunmade Otitoola, Founder, RentYourHall, Nigeria
25-09-2017 | 12:14:00
Oladunmade Otitoola, an entrepreneur and beneficiary of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program in 2016, is founder of RentYourHall, Nigeria. Africa Business Communities poses him some questions on development of the startup.
[Startup Interview] Axel Peyriere, Co-Founder, AfricarGroup
15-08-2017 | 13:03:00
Axel Peyriere is co-founder of the number one car classifieds websites in Africa, the AfricarGroup, which covers 22 countries and translated into 10 local dialects of the continent.
Terser Adamu: Reasons Why Nigerian Startups Fail
09-04-2015 | 11:04:00
In Nigerian culture, failure is often not an option. From education to employment, there is a general fear of failure, especially when it comes to risk-taking, which is one of the fundamental aspects of entrepreneurship. But across the Atlantic Ocean in Silicon Valley, failure is almost encouraged.