Startup Grind Lagos in collaboration with Injini will be showcasing 3 amazing innovative edtech startups and graduates of the incubator – Slatecube, Bluebic, and ScholarX
Injinni is Africa's first edtech dedicated incubator & investor with a portfolio of 16 startups across 7 African countries in East, West & Southern Africa and will be represented by Doreen Nabaho.
This is an opportunity to see first hand how technology is changing education and recruitment in Nigeria and the world at large.
Doreen currently Head of Data insights & Analytics at Injini - Africa's EdTech incubator, where she supports businesses that aspire to make Africa excel by improving the continent’s education landscape.Read More
Doreen wants to see Africa thrive. After studying chemical engineering (BSc and PhD) at the University of Cape Town, she spent a year doing a postdoctoral research fellowship and then worked as a management consultant at The Economist. She's currently Head of Data insights & Analytics at Injini - Africa's EdTech incubator, where she supports businesses that aspire to make Africa excel by improving the continent’s education landscape.
Favourite is the co-founder and CEO of Bluebic. BlueBic is a suite of data collection tools for K12 and ECD schools in Africa. BlueBic improves the quality of African education by saving educators time and helping them make better decisions
Maxwell is passionate about helping African Youths Access Quality Education & Funding Opportunities. He is the Co-founder of ScholarX. ScholarX is a social impact startup that focuses on Education Financing to help young Africans access quality education through Scholarships, Crowdfunding (Village) and a scholarship management platform.
Chika is the Communications Lead at Slatecube. Slatecube is a SaaS-based platform that leverages smart adaptive algorithms to train and intelligently match junior talents into the continent’s workforce conveniently, and at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional tools.