SVNED Spotlight: Tiffany Ajayi Graduate, Master of Science Clinical Research, NYU School of Dentistry

Tiffany Ajayi is a recent graduate at New York University College of Dentistry where she earned her Master of Science Degree in Clinical Research. Ajayi’s goal is to promote increased participation in clinical research among medical practitioners across Sub Sahara Africa. While at NYU, Ajayi has participated in NYU Healthcare Makerton where she and her team advanced to the finalist round in 2018.

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Denise Williams
250,000 Getting Jobs by 2030

Silicon Valley Nigeria Economic Development (SVNED) Inc. has designed a program to bring together a sophisticated group of individuals by advancing their educational and professional careers to help them be more competitive in the global job market. SVNED is organizing a training facilitated by the best and brightest professors from ivy league universities in the United States hailing from Stanford University, New York University (NYU), Santa Clara University and more. The SVNED Immersion Program is an effective training and development model that can be streamlined to benefit emerging countries looking to develop its workforce and create a new job market in tech.

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Denise Williams
100 Most Innovative Startups Reshaping The Industries

The Technology Headlines, an online publisher of technology industry news, is coming out with the list of 100 Most innovative startups reshaping the Industries—an online listing— aimed at helping businesses find the right startups for future collaborations.

Startups have been the lifeblood of the American Economy over the past few decades. Whether it’s creating half of the country’s jobs or generating more than half of the country’s domestic products, Startups are increasingly driving the growth of the American economy forward. However, when it comes to recognition, startups are not yet able to draw individual attentions in the market, as their contributions are collectively acknowledged by masses.

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Silicon Valley group partners Nigeria to assist tech startups

con Valley-Nigeria Economic Development, a U.S.-based tech startup company, and the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency, SMEDAN, have partnered to assist Nigerian startups with funding and digital skills.

Chairman of SV-NED, Temitope Ajayi, told the News Agency of Nigeria on the sidelines of the ’21st Century Women and Youth in Innovation Technology conference at the UN headquarters in New York.

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Denise Williams
NIGERIA CONTINUES TO BRIDGE THE GAP WITH SILICON VALLEY TO INCREASE ECONOMIC GAIN

Recently, SV-NED, an organization set up to help bridge the gap between Silicon Valley and Nigeria, held a three-day economic summit to facilitate Nigeria’s job market strategy. The goal of the summit was to help leaders understand how the market works and where the potential opportunities are when it pertains to connecting Africans to the Silicon Valley market.

During the summit, the organization took several trips that included visiting Tesla Motors, the San Jose Mayor’s office, and Nextplay, a growing events community that hosts over 4000 black and Latino professionals of color in tech.

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Denise Williams
Ikeja Computer Village generates N1.5bn daily –CAPDAN

The Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Nigeria Economic Development Incorporated, Chief Temitope Ajayi, said the partnership with CAPDAN was in continuation of the SV-NED’s efforts to build a bridge between Nigerian emerging market and the US technology giants that could transform Nigeria’s products, market and professionals.

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Denise Williams
Experts move to replicate Silicon Valley in Nigeria

In 2017, revenues from paid apps, subscriptions, and in-app purchases rose by 35 per cent with users spending nearly $60 billion on apps on Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store according to a report by Sensor Tower, a global Store Intelligence Digest.

Based on these statistics, Silicon Valley Nigerian Economic Development (SV-NED Inc), a company dedicated to the establishment of a strategic, bilateral economic relationship between the country and Silicon Valley, America’s biggest technology hub, is set to train, retain and recruit gifted Nigerians for internship and full time employment placement in leading technology firms around the world.

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Denise Williams
Why We Are Bringing Silicon Valley to Nigeria

Whenever I see young Nigerians, I see potential millionaires and billionaires but nobody has introduced the Ecosystem to them yet. There is no rocket science to it; it is business. If somebody invests in you, puts you in his incubator where you produce an app, you have to do your part and share the proceeds. 

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Denise Williams