All Posts By: Kelechi Udoagwu

Garden Chat With MEST Women In Technology

Published on the MEST Africa Blog. MEST aspires to grow the number of women in tech participating in the MEST training programme and who are a part of the tech ecosystem in Africa. We have been fortunate to have our efforts yield results – from 10% female entrepreneurs-in-training (EITs) in 2008 to 30% in 2015. […]

When are millennials going to grow up?

Originally published on True Africa. Disclaimer: This article is in no way representative of the entire millennial generation. It is, however, representative of the majority of us. Come on, admit it, you see some of yourself in this 🙂 Kelechi, Odi, Martin and Carmel are friends. All between the ages of 23 to 35 years […]

Preparing for the Global Stage

Originally published on the MEST Africa Blog. Hosted at the Meltwater Incubator, MEST Talks brings together skilled business and technology personnel, global capital investors, and budding entrepreneurs to share lessons learned, new trends observed, and actionable advice to tackle the rough terrain of the startup scene. This month’s Talk themed “Preparing for the global stage” […]

An Intro to Mobile Money in Ghana

Published on the MEST Africa Blog. Hosted at the Meltwater Incubator, MEST Talks brings together business professionals, skilled software and technology personnel, and budding entrepreneurs to share lessons learned from their experiences, new innovation trends, and actionable advice to tackle the rough terrain of the business world. This month’s Talk was themed “An Intro to […]