A global Startup Award Has Been Won By a Nigerian Tech Firm

Dataleum, a Nigerian technology training firm, has emerged as the winner in the West African region for this year’s Global Startup Awards Africa. The Global Startup Awards Africa serves as a platform to highlight and promote the most promising startups in Africa.

The competition focused on various sectors, including agriculture, climate change, business, healthcare, education, and mobility & logistics. It particularly emphasized startups that support Web 3.0 technologies, sustainable business models, green innovation, and workplace diversity.

Dataleum secured victory in the Ed-Tech category within the West African region. Bode Roberts, the CEO of Dataleum, expressed his gratitude for the recognition, stating that winning the award further solidifies their impact in the West African tech ecosystem. He mentioned their previous accolades, such as the ‘Startup of the Year Award’ from Art of Technology Lagos and the Lagos State Government, as contributing to their success.

Having progressed from the national level to become a regional finalist, Dataleum will now advance to the GSA Africa continental finals, where they will compete for the title of African champion. At the GSA Grand Finale, the remaining startups will have the opportunity to showcase their innovative ideas alongside influential business leaders and ecosystem facilitators from around the world.

Jo Griffiths, the co-founder of GSA Africa, expressed enthusiasm for this year’s competition, noting the remarkable quality and diverse range of solutions presented by startups across the continent, addressing some of the most urgent challenges.

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