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Convertible Notes 101: An Introduction

Convertible Notes 101: An Introduction [i] Author: Brian Laung Aoaeh   We started discussing term sheets sometime ago. If you missed those discussions you should consider reading the previous posts titled “The Anatomy of A Term Sheet” before you read this one.   Today we ...

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Starting Business in Nigeria: Challenges and Way Out

Top Reasons Why It Is Difficult to Start a Business in Nigeria andthe Way Out Starting up a business in Nigeria can be very tough if the accurate strides and knowledge about the business is picked up before starting or investing ...

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StartCrunch Is The Main Crowdfunding Platform To Raise Money In Nigeria

StartCrunch is getting a lot of traffic and we ask people across Nigeria and Africa that now is the time to start creating projects to take advantage of the traffic. People are looking for projects to fund. Take action, fund ...

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Detailed Breakdown Of 2014 Nigerian Budget With Graphs

This is the 2014 Federal Government budget since  approved by the National Assembly and signed by President Goodluck Jonathan. Out of a total budget of N4.962 trillion, the allocation to the defence sector took about 20 per cent, totalling N968.127 ...

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The Most Lucrative Tech Sector Emerging In Africa For Investors

There are many promising technology sectors in Africa right now. The market is still very young but it has a lot of growth ahead of it. From our travels around the continent, we have noted that some sectors are ripe ...

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global traffic

A new IBM survey of the daily commute in a cross-section of some of the most economically important international cities reveals a startling dichotomy: there is hell on the wheel. And IBM is creating a market to get engagements from cities. The appropriately-named 2011 Commuter Pain Study questioned motorists worldwide on a range of nightmarish areas: from journey times and the price of gas to the estimated level of stress involved in driving. The technology […]


The rise of mobile malware 2011 is witnessing an explosion of new threats targeting mobile devices. Data and ID theft, SMS fraud, rogue apps and covert espionage are infecting smartphones at an unprecedented rate. Malware such as trojans, worms, spyware and spam are spreading across mobile platforms, already highly capable of stealing data, corrupting functions and usurping control. Tthe number of mobile malware has more than doubled in 2011 from 2010 with over 200 new […]

school and groupon

Now, you can clip coupon for college education. This is American innovation. Groupon has taken this to a whole new level. Where is MIT? Stanford University? When are you going to give us Groupon deals?   This is a story from Scholarships.com where one U.S. college is offering up to 57% for credit courses. That is innovation and we say unprecedented. Very soon, private hospitals will be giving coupons to attract patients!   The Chicago […]


The most important thing that happened in the software industry is not the invention of Windows, Oracle or Linux. Rather, it is the evolution of an innovative pricing model. This observation may seem, at first, to be a mere truism, but closer consideration of its implications will dispel any such dismissive assertions.   Technology is very important for startups, rampups and speedups. Without it the world would not have seen any visible change in living […]


Dramas will continue to unfold in OEM, especially within the sector of smartphone industry and software techs. While the almighty global financial crisis grips many businesses to standstill, its impact on high-tech industry may not be felt as such. But what of acquisitions and patent infringements legal wrangling and sacking, resignation and apps & OS issues? I think, many of tekedia.com readers would have read, heard or got information as regards all those.   Nevertheless, […]

sympton tracker

‘Symptom Tracker’ is web-based mobile application that deals with storage and management of health records and other health related details. It has basic first aid tips on how to deal with common complications such as fractures and bleeding wounds. The application is intended to add value to our health system by bridging the gap between doctors and their patients.     Platforms Java ME, Symbian Pricing Free version available


The recent announcement that Groupon is delaying its IPO, blaming it on the turbulence in the market, must not be overlooked as another tactic by a company to get public in a better time. The challenge is simple: Groupon has a very weak non-differentiated business. The barrier of entry is very low and this company must not mistake its prospects with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.   Groupon also has another problem: the […]

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