Female Start-up Founders In Nigeria

17 Women Behind Some Of The Biggest Tech Start-Ups In Nigeria

A list of female tech start-up founders in Nigeria. What a man can do, a woman can do even better, right? The technology sector in Nigeria has seen a massive and tremendous rise in female-led start-ups over the last couple of years. Across the health, finance, education, transportation, and e-commerce sectors, these women have shown they have what it takes …

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EndSARS Campaigners, FK Abudu, Odunayo Eweniyi, Dami Odufuwa Make TIME Magazine’s 2021“100 Next” Rising Stars

Feyikemi ‘FK’ Abudu, Odunayo Eweniyi, Damilola Odufuwa, three women at the forefront of the #EndSARS protest have been named on TIME Magazine’s 2021 list of “100 Next” rising stars. The 2021 TIME 100 Next list features 100 emerging leaders who are shaping the future of entertainment, health, politics, business, and more. According to TIME: 100 Next is a new list—part of …

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These Two Nigerians Are Set To Change The Game For African Women In Tech With Their Initiative ‘First Check Africa’

Women are underrepresented in tech in Africa and that is a fact. To ensure gender equality, two female tech experts have come together to create an initiative that will change the game for women in tech. Odun Eweniyi (COO/Co-founder of PiggyVest ) and Eloho Omame, (Managing Director of Endeavour Nigeria) have founded First Check Africa, a first of its kind …

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Nigeria’s Damilola Odufuwa & Odunayo Eweniyi Named in Vogue’s ’12 Women Leaders Who Changed the World List’ Of 2020

Two Nigerians have been named on ‘Vogue’s 12 Women Leaders That Changed The World In 2020’ list. The duo of Damilola Odufuwa and Odun Eweniyi share the number 3 spot on a list that has notable women like Kamala Harris, the US Vice President-Elect, and Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany amongst others. They are fintech executives, women rights advocates, and …

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Meet The 9 Women At The Fore Front Of The #EndSARS Protest In Nigeria

Since the EndSARS protest began in Nigeria over a week ago, some women have been at the forefront mobilising and making sure their voices are heard. A group of young Nigerian feminists formed in July 2020 known as Feminist Coalition (which most of the women on this list are a part of) also took it upon themselves to Feminist Coalition, …

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