Startup: Suba Photo App to Launch in Miami & NYC

Suba - the Ghanaian group photo sharing mobile app, will officially launch in the United States this month at events in New York City and Florida. The app which is available on web, iOS and Android devices allows individual and group users to see and share photos in one central photo stream using the event or location as the connector going beyond the constraints of a ‘Friends List’ on other social platfo...

24 Feb 5:48 PM 0 Read More...

DealDey Raised A $5 Million Series B From Kinnevik

DealDey, a Nigerian e-commerce website that aggregates discounted goods and services has raised $5 million in follow-on funding. The startup’s second round of funding comes from its original investor, Kinnevik. The Swedish investment firm are also investors in iROKO TV, Rocket Internet, Konga, Millicom and more. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed. It is also not clear how much in total funding ...

24 Feb 5:23 PM 0 Read More...

Startup Event: Hackathon @ iSpace Ghana

Join iSpace Foundation and Hub Accra as the two tech communities explore the question on "Hackathon" with a panel of guest speakers/experts in the launching of TWO big hackathons making their way into Accra. The Negawatt Challenge and Hack for Big Choices are currently making preparations to launch in Ghana looking for startups and innovative ideas and solutions to solve local problems in the power/energy sect...

11 Feb 12:56 PM 0 Read More...

Rwanda’s Think Incubator Calls On Startups for 2nd Cohort

Rwanda’s Think Technology Calls On Start-ups for 2nd Cohort. Submit entries via http://www.think.rw by 21 February. Rwanda's technology incubator - think calls for high-potential, Africa-focused technology companies to apply for a 6-month accelerator program in Rwanda. In this second round, think seeks to support exceptional tech startups to develop innovative digital solutions for Africa. Backed by T...

22 Jan 1:28 PM 0 Read More...

Al Jazeera's Innovate Africa Features Ghana's Game Startup - Leti Arts

In this week’s episode of Al Jazeera’s Innovate Africa, presenter Ndoni Khanyile visits Accra to interview Leti Arts’ Eyram Tawia, who is developing an African superhero gaming universe. “The gaming industry in the US is bigger than the movie and the music industry combined,” says Eyram. “The whole focus of the company is to fill in a vacuum in Africa, to pioneer the gaming industry in Africa.” ...

23 Dec 11:33 AM 0 Read More...
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