Next generation network, Globacom, was the biggest winner over the weekend at the annual Beacon of ICT Awards which was held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos.
West Africa’s leading connectivity and data center solutions provider, MainOne, has lent its voice to the global campaign urging girls and young women to consider careers in the growing information and communications technology (ICT) sector during the International Girls in ICT Day.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited has again demonstrated its passion for women empowerment with its support of the Inspire for Women Conference scheduled for Monday, May 02, 2016 at the Agip Recital Hall, MUSON Centre, Lagos by 10:00am
The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) and the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) have signed an agreement for a $50 million line of credit granted to Afreximbank by BADEA for the financing of trade operations between Arab and African countries.
The 10 winners of the inaugural West Africa Mobile Awards, the first truly West African technology awards to recognise the region’s best mobile and tech companies, were announced at a recently held awards party in Lagos, Nigeria.
With African mobile users unlocking devices over 150 times a day, Nomophobia (the fear of being without mobile devices) is sweeping across Africa, according to leading speakers at Mobile West Africa in Lagos
The Advanced Phase Change Material (PCM) Market research report examines top industry competitors, offering organization market share analysis and detailed outlines of these firms, with product benchmarking.
Africa has been described as the world’s greatest opportunity. Join the Commonwealth Trade Platform and meet with thousands customers, suppliers and distributors from Africa and across the globe.
Agriculture is arguably the most strategic sector on the continent because: It delivers 2-3 times the return on investment, in terms of improved economic well-being, as other sectors, represents 32% of Africa’s GDP; and employs 65% of the working population.
A new Nielsen Study on Kenyan Retailers and Technology reveals that despite the massive uptake in mobile usage in Kenya, there is still significant scope for growth in the market, particularly in the retail environment.