iWeek 2015 opened at AITI-KACE in Accra on Tuesday, 8th September. This year’s theme is “Digital Payments & Ecommerce: Embracing a Cash-lite Economy.”
The online campaign phase for the HiiL Innovating Justice’s SME Empowerment Challenge East and West Africa has officially started.
Bitsoko, a Blockchain-powered mobile wallet and merchant POS system that lowers the costs of making payments and sending money peer to peer.
Microsoft, under the 4Afrika Initiative, for the fourth year in succession, has confirmed its support for DEMO Africa which happens in Lagos.
MPower Payments has removed debit card-wallet top up charges; adds Slack integrations to help your team keep track of payment transactions.
Mavis Computel helps you learn languages via a digital pen and a talking book. They are one of 30 Top startups pitching at DEMO Africa 2015.
Edge books is a digital delivery platform in Africa which delivers and monetises digital content via its own e-reader app, Media+.
Feem Wifi is the fastest way to transfer files between devices. Feem is around 50 times faster than Bluetooth, 5 times faster than Dropbox.
LocName helps people to create their own personal LocName containing their location, and put it under a unique name for future use.
Talking Bookz, one of the DEMO Africa Top 30 startups focuses mainly on publishing and retailing audio books, both local and foreign online.
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