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Dangote Distributes Tomato Seeds to 5,000 Farmers

Dangote Tomato Processing Company has commenced distribution of tomato seeds to 5000 farmers in Kano, for the coming dry season farming. The distribution of the...

PAN Nigeria to Re-launch Affordable Vehicles

The new core investor in PAN Nigeria Limited, Nesbitt Investment Nigeria Ltd, has said it would re-launch affordable new cars into the Nigerian market. This...

GW Global Entrepreneurship Conference Week is October 25-29,2020

George Washington University is excited to announce the 11th Edition of GW Global Entrepreneurship Conference Week from October 25-29th (held virtually), in collaboration with...

Nigeria’s Fintech Startups Raised $122m in 2019

Financial Technology (fintech) startups in Nigeria raised a combined $122 million in 2019, according to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Mr. Olumide Bolumole, the Divisional...

FG to Harness Opportunities in $5.8bn Global Pepper Market

The federal government has reiterated its commitment to tap into opportunities in the global regular and chilli pepper market. The market was estimated at over...

NDES Accelerator Program for Female Startup Founders

NDES Women is an initiative of the Nigeria Digital Economy Summit (NDES) that seeks to include more women in the tech ecosystem. It is a...

Call for Applications: Climate Innovation Labs for Entrepreneurs and Students Interested...

Climate Innovation Labs will give a chance to its participants to work side-by-side with climate technology experts from small and medium-sized enterprises to explore innovative...

Access Bank Announces N50 Billion Interest Free Loans and Grants For...

Access Bank Plc has announced that it will be providing N50 billion interest-free loans and grants to Nigerians to support communities, the youths, and...

Lagos Introduces SME Recovery Initiative for Businesses Whose Stores were Looted...

The Lagos State Government has launched an initiative called ‘Lagos SME Recovery”  to support Lagos-based businesses whose  stores  got looted or vandalized during the...

Moniepoint Now Nigeria’s Largest Non-bank Mobile Money Platform

Moniepoint, the mobile money platform launched last year by Nigerian fintech startup TeamApt, has become the largest non-bank mobile money service in the country,...