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Diving deep into Africa’s blossoming tech scene – TechCrunch

Jumia may be the first startup you’ve heard of from Africa. But the e-commerce venture that recently listed on the…

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XPRIZE names two grand prize winners in $15 million Global Learning Challenge – TechCrunch

XPRIZE, the non-profit organization developing and managing competitions to find solutions to social challenges, has named two grand prize winners…

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Entrepreneur First eyes further Asia growth to build its global network of founders – TechCrunch

British startup venture builder Entrepreneur First is eying additional expansion in Asia, where its operation is now as large as…