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

Paga is the Mobile Payment Service For Everyone

Eight years ago, Tayo Oviosu founded Paga, which has grown to be Nigeria’s leading mobile payment. It all started from the frustration of carrying cash around and seeking for an easier way to spend without going about with cash or compelled to use ATM cards even when it wasn’t convenient. 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.
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8 women’s day quotes from some of Africa’s Women Entrepreneurs

The earliest event(National Women Day) was observed in the United State of America on the 28th of Feb 1909. The Socialist Party of America designated this day in honor of the 1908 garment workers’ strike in New York, where women protested against working condition. In 1975, the United Nations gave official sanction to March 8 as the “International Women’s Day Celebration” and began sponsoring it. The global celebration which  aim to inspire women  across the world and reflect on  “progress made, a call for change and to celebrate Act of courage  and determination  by ordinary women who have played  extraordinary role in the history of their communities and countries.”

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Want to Build a Global brand? How ready are you?

Do you have a global mind set? When you started your Business/Brand, what did you have in mind? Did you see your brand beyond the shores of Africa? Did you envision your product on international supermarket’s stalls/stands? To build a global brand, it starts from the planning stage and inception of your vision. You cannot have a local vision and mind-set for your brand and expect globalisation to happen. It just will not happen. However, if you start your vision with a global mind-set, everything you do would be on a global level. It all starts from your mind and your vision.

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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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