A survey and asking a score of techpreneurs, investors, tech analysts and enthusiasts after, these are the Nigerian startups to look out for.
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What's needed for edtech to be successful in Africa?
uLesson—the latest venture of Sim Shagaya—has secured $3.1 million (₦1.1 billion) funding in a seed round led by TLcom Capital, one of the leading venture capital firms focused on the African market.
Global edtech spend is projected to reach $252 billion by 2020. Nigeria (and Africa) can have a slice of that cake, with the increase in mobile and internet penetration, as well as the creation of local content.