Women in Tech

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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...

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This all-women startup has received international acclaim and funding from top accelerators – The S Factory, and Startup Chile. Started in Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), they came together with a love for dreaming, learning, building, traveling and...

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This month, we are welcoming the newest member to the MEST family, Neku Atawodi, who is our first hire in Nigeria and will serve as General Manager for MEST’s Lagos Incubator. In this position, Neku will oversee incubator operations...

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San Francisco, (California) USA — Tress – the mobile app for finding amazing hairstyle inspiration, targeted at black women all over the world – has been selected as part of the Y Combinator Fellowship Program. The Y Combinator (YC)...

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Six months ago, I got THE NOD! to be an Entrepreneur-in-Training at the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology(MEST) with no tech background. Today, I sit in class with young talented Africans, and a team of experienced and brilliant tutors, and challenged to...

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To mark Africa Code Week, an event that took place in 17 African countries between 1 – 10 October 2015, we hosted a one-day coding workshop organized by STEMbees. Birthed by SAP, Ampion, Simplon.co, the Galway Education Centre, the...

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An African Woman in Tech's journey from MEST graduate to tech startup founder and position as the Community Manager at iSpace.

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Aljazeera’s Ama Boateng spends the afternoon at MEST reporting on tech in Africa- featuring the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) & the MEST Incubated Startup Vestraker.

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MEST Talks: Women in Tech

admin | Monday, May 11th, 2015

The MEST Talks Women in Tech panel featured leaders in Accra's tech industry who are pushing the boundaries for women and expanding their opportunities.

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