This weekend, I learnt a lot about the Nigerian technology ecosystem that will host at least a portion of my company, Fora.
The lessons are many but I think the most important one is that African entrepreneurs can’t find good angels, so they need to make them.
So I decided to provide a how…
I used to be very worried that even if we assume Nigeria finally gets its act together, and gets on the economic path to greatness, the world would have moved so far along the rapid technology and development evolution curve that Nigeria will essentially be too far gone to save.
Paint Spalsh (set design) by Fideli Sundqvist
Paper artist, illustrator and graphic designer Fideli Sundqvist grew up in a creative environment in Uppsala. Her mother is a potter and her father a religious historian. The family had a small printing space in the kitchen where Fideli would also hang her pictures to dry on a clothesline. The artistic climate of her childhood and her great interest in music were the foundations for her career choice. “During one period in my life, I was completely engrossed by album-cover art,” she says. “I particularly remember one cover that was made from a linoleum cut, it was a real eye-opener to discover that art form.”
today make the offical opening of
my blog!, am new to this, but have got interesting trends clocking mindset, i would be bloging more on the oppurtunities in africa,
especially in the fields as follows. info tech, transportation, agriculture, and more of the creative stuffs.