5 Women Shaping The Tech Scene In Nigeria – Management – Nigeria – Mondaq

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We would definitely not end the day without celebrating the amazing women in our lives. To the women that dare, to the women that inspire, to the women that never give up, We see you, we recognize you, we celebrate you.
We are also highlighting 5 women who are shaping the Nigerian tech scene, defying odds, creating magic and being fearless in the pursuit of success.
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Shuttlers is a platform that enables professionals access efficient shared-transportation in Lagos Metropolis.
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Fara Ashiru Jituboh is the CEO of Okra, a Fintech API that empowers companies and developers to build products with seamless access to inclusive financial data and secure payments.
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Jessica Anuna is the CEO of  Klasha an online universal checkout that allows international retailers to accept online payments in African currencies.
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Victoria Popoola is the founder of TalentX Africa. TalentX is Africa's first film financing marketplace that connects creatives (with authentic African content) to investors
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Eunice Olopade is the CEO of Sidebrief, a regulatory technology startup that makes starting a new business seamless by removing lengthy paperwork, legal jargons, and hidden fees.
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