Asoriba aims to put your entire church experience in your hands everyday and everywhere.

Four Ghanaians met at the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST Africa), a technology incubator, and hit it off immediately. The reason; besides the fact that they are all technology enthusiasts they are passionate believers in their religion – Christianity. Each of them was also actively involved in their respective local churches.

The end product of this meeting is Asoriba, a web-based management platform for church administration. It was primarily birthed from pooling their collective experiences about the problems African churches face and trying to solve some of them with technology. Read more

HTW Shoes: High-quality, bespoke shoes from Accra to the world.

 In 2009, Fred Deegbe, a trendy banker and shoe enthusiast wondered if some of the shoes he often bought from European and American shoe-makers could be made in his home country – Ghana.
A nearby shoeshine boy, some of his friends and family members said that it was impossible. This did not deter Fred, however, and in two years he quit his job and partnered with a friend, Vijay Manu, to start the HEEL THE WORLD brand. He has not looked back since. Read more

Piggybank.NG is helping you save money at your own pace

The​ ​name,​ ​just​ ​like​ ​the​ ​app,​ ​is​ ​simple​ ​and​ ​straight​ ​to​ ​the​ ​point.​ ​They​ ​want​ ​​you to save your money, small small. ​The​ ​app​lication ​was​ ​developed​ ​by​ ​piggytech​ ​global​ ​limited with its payments​ ​​processed​ ​securely​ ​by Paystack​​ ​and​ ​safely​ ​deposited​ ​in​ ​UBA​ ​Nigeria​ ​Plc. So​ ​while​ ​you​ ​put​ ​your​ ​money​ ​into​ ​their​ ​system,​ ​it​ ​is​ ​perfectly​ ​safe​ ​and​ ​secure.

Okadabooks is rewriting Africa one e-Book at a time

African nostalgia can be painfully myopic sometimes. I mean, you see Europeans, Asians and Americans talking about their history as far back as the 15th century, with well documented facts, figures and sometimes, pictures – and you just stand there, chanting “our history is rich” out of thin air. Truthfully, whenever anyone talks about “African history”, in vivid terms, what they really mean is the late 1800’s and the early/ mid 1900’s.

So Why make Books?

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