Four Nigerian tech startups have secured eight agreements to partner with Nigerian corporates following the conclusion of the inaugural cohort of Lagos-based accelerator Itanna, the accelerator’s director Tomi Otudeko has revealed.
The accelerator was launched by Nigerian conglomerate Honeywell Group in August, with the four — Accounteer, KoloPay, Tradebuza and PowerCube — forming the inaugural cohort.
Otudeko (pictured above, third from right), who is also the head of sustainability and innovation for Honeywell Group, was responding to questions from Ventureburn, yesterday (4 December) four days after the accelerator concluded its inaugural four-month programme with a demo day in Lagos.
The demo day, which was held at Itanna’s Enterprise Factory last […]
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