Jessica Mah, the founder and CEO of Indinero, was only 11 years old when she started her first business. Having learned how to code in fifth grade, Mah built websites for people and got paid a few thousand dollars a month. &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;img class=”alignright”
…just launched his third company What were you doing when you were 14? Hanging out at the 7-11 and drinking Slushies in the parking lot? Poking around in the local mall? Well, as reminder of how much you wasted your teenage years, 14-year-old student
MakeMyDay, the primary source for social media networking on the Continent of Africa, was officially launched in Lagos, Nigeria. The platform will serve a population of some 1,033 billion people currently living in the 52 countries of Africa, of which
December 20 proved to be a great day for Ghana’s entrepreneurship scene asa panel of prestigious judges, business leaders, and members of Ghana’s startup ecosystem came together to choose the winners of the Ghana StartUp Cup 2014. December 20 proved to be
Lagos, Nigeria (CNN) — 2014 has been another amazing year for startups in Africa. More and more entrepreneurs turned their attention to building businesses that can solve the continent’s problems and provide services it has long awaited.
Running out of juice? How about a tiny, disposable cardboard battery for a couple of extra hours of instant charge? The idea is from a design concept called Mini Power: these “power pills” would provide your phone with an additional two, four or
hub run by women for women By Naveena Kottoor Senegal Coudy Binta De’s eyes light up when she talks about how she first became fascinated with computers. The 24-year-old says that as a young girl she went to visit her mother in work at one of the