Joshua Moses

Joshua Moses

Joshua Moses is a digital and broadcast journalist. He keeps us in sync with Nigeria. Josh lives to explore new frontiers in life. Music and movies are things he loves during his spare time. You can share your stories with him at [email protected]

This Bootstrapped Nigerian Startup Is Helping Students Find The Right Tutors

Whether the popular maxim “Examination is not a true test of knowledge” is true or not remains debatable. However, the fact is that parents tend to assess academic performance through examination results. In fact, ‘low’ test scores are an indication that extra help is needed to boost the student’s performance. Co-founder of edtech startup Dolessons, […]

With An Aim To Revolutionise The Egyptian Fashion Industry, Cairo Based La Reina Bags USD 1 Mn funding

La Reina, a Cairo based fashion tech startup that allows women to rent out their evening and bridal gowns to each other has secured USD 1 Mn in a funding round. Participating in the funding round were Algebra Ventures, USD 50 Mn VC fund based in Cairo and 500 Startups. The startup had in December 2016 […]

With Over 3 Mn Women Reached, Nigerian Startup Mamalette Gears For Further Reduction In Maternal And Child Mortality

Mothers everywhere in the world are the real Superheroes and even that can be an understatement at times. In fact, their tenacity is outstanding and they seem to have this ability to take on every role. They can be doctors, lawyers, and even fathers sometimes, depending on the situation they are thrust into. However, being […]

Egyptian Matchmaking App Harmonica Seals USD 150 K Funding From 500 Startups

Cairo based matchmaking startup Harmonica is set for expansion having qualified for seed acceleration from the global accelerator, 500 Startups to the tune of USD 150 K. The startup is a part of 18 startup companies that received seed acceleration in the 23rd batch of 500 Startups global accelerator in the Silicon Valley. The mobile-only […]

Using Psychometry In Its Loan Disbursement Process, Nigeria’s P2P Lender KiaKia Is Bringing Down The Loan Default Rate

Between banks and their customers is a tale of unfulfillment. The gap is because, banks are the natural place for people, mainly medium and small-scale businesses to seek credit or loans, and many have had their fingers burnt.  Either due to unfavorable interest rates and other loan conditions or other policies that reflect poor credit […]
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