America is about to release lab-grown mosquitoes to destroy the population of the bad mosquitoes. The goal is to keep malaria only in history books in America. This is different with how we deal with malaria in Africa. We make drugs to treat malaria while mosquitoes continue to breed. We pursue the issue at the downstream level. All the whole effort we have made in Nigeria and Africa has not helped .
The same brain but different approach to life …
The e-commerce giant, Amazon is working on a smart doorbell. This bell will allow you to open your door remotely for delivery people to drop items you have bought from Amazon. It seems foolish that somebody can do that. What if they hack the solution and someone enters your house? It is electronics and it is IP-controlled which means that it works through the Internet. It is a risk indeed. Yet, people will likely get the device. It’s still unclear when it would be released The technology is not really the bottleneck, the issue is this: can you trust Amazon to have the capacity to make this happen without any level of mayhem. Trust a big element to accelerate growth in startups. When a company is loved, it can use that grace to open new opportunities. The challenge we have as a startup at the early phase of your market introduction is trust
We constantly dispel the myth that Africa has nothing to contribute to the growth of the global digital economy.
Africa is booming and a lot of this economic growth stems from investment in technology. According to World Bank projections for global growth, out of the 20 fastest growing economies in the world right now, 11 are in Africa. Driven by increasing industrialisation and the proliferation of free markets, the continent’s development can be seen via the move away from labour intensive economies to ones which largely rest on telecommunications, banking and retai
With the West faces continued economic uncertainty and stagnation, the next five years are set to see an upsurge in the development of African economies and businesses. Factors such as the declining cost of high-speed internet, the rise of smartphone use across the continent, innovations in banking and payments technology and the increasing availability of early stage investment funding will all play major roles in the development of Africa .
My co – Africans ,please dont be afraid to embrace Technology changes for your businesses!