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Wema Bank plans for tech start-ups

Wema Bank plans for tech start-ups

Wema Bank Plc has reinforced its commitment to technology banking with its plan to launch  hackathon  to help tech- start-ups achieve their goals. Hackathons are tech projects that bring together software developers and other digital creators to design solutions for everyday challenges. Every successful hackathon harvests new solutions that will drive business ideas and scale […] …

‘How start-ups can access grants’

‘How start-ups can access grants’

With dwindling funding, access to grants is becoming more competitive.To solve the problem, Acceler hub has held a training for social entrepreneurs on how to write proposals for raising funds for their projects. DANIEL ESSIETreports. ACCESS to donors is becoming a challenge for social entrepreneurs and non-government organisations (NGOs). Thus, they are learning new ways of […] …

AGSMEIS initiative targets start-ups, others for economic development, empowerment.

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The Agri-Business Small and Medium Enterprises Investment Scheme (AGSMEIS) has been re-echoed by the Branch Controller, Central Bank Of Nigeria, Mrs Daphne Ajuma Madojemu, that the initiative is targeted at start-ups and the expansion of established companies as well as the reviving of ailing companies to enhance job creation and agribusiness for a sustainable economy. […]
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Lagos, Uber provide lifeline for SMEs, start-ups

Lagos, Uber provide lifeline for SMEs, start-ups

The Lagos State government and ride hailing giant, Uber at the weekend in Lagos, unveiled a strategic partnership designed to create business and economic opportunities for individuals and provide support for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and startups. The state, through the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF), is partnering the firm in a programme […] …

ETI launches Fintech challenge for African start-ups

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) has invited fintech entrepreneurs across Africa to enter the 2018 Ecobank Fintech Challenge, an initiative that gives African start-ups the chance to promote their fintech solutions, and potentially to partner Ecobank in rolling-out their solutions across 33 countries where the bank operates.
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Stanbic IBTC empowers start-ups

Stanbic IBTC empowers start-ups

Stanbic IBTC Blue Lab, a facility that gives start-ups and small  businesses opportunity thrive has been launched. Inauguration of the innovation platform took place in Lagos last week  Chief Executive, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, Demola Sogunle, declaring that constant innovation is imperative to secure the future of any enterprise. He noted that new technologies aloneRead More
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