I wrote a series of articles on the major projects of 2017 but on further reflection, I think we are better served by a reflection on lessons learned. In this piece, I discuss a few lessons that we can learn that will hopefully make 2018 a more successful year for Ghana's tech projects
Kudobuzz has acquired RetailTower, the Ghanaian-built e-commerce product that allows merchants to list their products across multiple shopping engines.
Origgin Limited, has released a mobile application, E-prepaid, a mobile app that allows users of electricity smart meters within Accra to purchase electricity credit for their smart meters directly from their smart phones.
BitPesa, the premier digital payments platform for frontier markets, has launched a suite of services in Ghana. Founded in 2013, BitPesa was the first payment company using blockchain technology to be licensed by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority and follows stringent KYC practices.
Cowtribe is pioneering cutting edge technology and logistics systems to deliver animal vaccines and other livestock services to last mile farmers in Africa. Customers subscribe and book for routine vaccinations for their animals.
Uber has been in the news recently, after the GPRTU raised concerns about its operations in Ghana. We look at why the ride-sharing company leaving Ghana won't necessarily be of any advantage to GPRTU, but just another hurdle to cross.
Kudobuzz, a startup which offers a 5-star social reviews product has acquired Adgeek, a team with an app to optimize ads for online merchants.
Barcamp Accra 2017 is on Dec 23 at the Association of African Universities HQ. Theme "Building the Nation Through Competent Professionals".
Today we want to enlighten the online course subject in a more specific manner: Which are the most demanded online courses in Africa?
DevCongress closes 2017 with a meet at NYU CTED, Accra as Bubu Nyavor talks about AF Radio's inner workings & Andrew Smith talks on Testing.
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