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.
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.
A once small startup now a major competitor in data information management has emerged out of the motherland of Africa, Nigeria to be exact. Silicon Valley - Nigeria Economic Development (SV-NED Inc.) is the leading accelerator company building a bridge for Pagepedia to become a global powerhouse in verified identity information management solution for emerging countries worldwide.
On a clear, cool and beautiful Monday morning at San Francisco International Airport, a figure emerged from the baggage claim. Dressed in traditional Yoruba attire and surrounded by servants destined to remain by his side for the remainder of his life, his official announcer declared: “His Imperial Majesty has arrived!” He shouted loud enough that passengers made no mistake that Nigerian royalty has arrived, and what followed was pure pandemonium. Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II is the 51st Monarch and Ooni of Ife. This title is reserved for the King of some 50 million Yoruba Nigerians. While there were plenty of fanfare for the arrival of the King to the Bay Area, it was clear he had one thing on his mind — business.
Silicon Valley-Nigerian Economic Development (SV-NED Inc.) & African Technology Foundation will play host to His Imperial Majesty, ObaAdeyeye Enitan Babatunde Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife in Silicon Valley on Monday, November 13, 2017.
On a clear, cool and beautiful Monday morning at San Francisco International Airport, a figure emerged from the baggage claim. Dressed in traditional Yoruba attire and surrounded by servants destined to remain by his side for the remainder of his life, his official announcer declared: “His Imperial Majesty has arrived!”
African king Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II recently visited Silicon Valley to understand the technology landscape and figure out how to create partnerships between the U.S. and the African continent, specifically Nigeria.
The Arole Oodua and Ooni of Ife, ObaAdeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II will on Saturday November 11, 2017 embark on another historic trip to the State of California in USA to get involved in series of activities facilitated by the organizers of Hollywood African Prestigious Awards (HAPA) and Silicon Valley-NED in conjunction with the African Technology Foundation.
His Imperial Majesty: Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II Ooni of Ife makes his very first visit to the Technology Capital 8th wonder of the world, Silicon Valley.Silicon Valley - Nigerian Economic Development (SV-NED Inc.) & African Technology Foundation will proudly host his imperial majesty, the Ooni of Ife in Silicon Valley on Monday, November 13th 2017.
A monumental event is on the horizon! His Imperial Majesty: Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II Ooni of Ife makes his very first visit to the Technology Capital 8th wonder of the world, Silicon Valley.
SV-NED Inc., Silicon Valley Nigerian Economic Development, Inc. was created to unite Nigerian and Silicon Valley leaders in the cultivation and sharing of Silicon Valley's wealth of technologies with Nigerian human capital for mutual benefits and rewards.
Chief Amina Temitope Labinjo-Ajayi is an Ambassador of Goodwill for the State of Arkansas and Maryland USA. A distinguish delegate at the past 2014 National Conference in Nigeria representing the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria.
Bolaji Denise Ajayi Williams is a Wife, Mother, Author, Animal Rights Advocate, and the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of WorkingMomin20s.com (WM 1920s Magazine). WM is described as a place where women go to gather motivation, embrace the feminist’s agenda, draw inspiration, connect with relevant cultural matters, and a forum to reflect on social, political and economic topics that impact their daily lives.
As SV–Links and SV–NED in collaboration with the Nigerian Embassy in Washington D.C. plan to host the first week-long immersion program in Silicon Valley with Nigerian executives, it is expected to create opportunities for young entrepreneurs in areas of Information Technology, Agriculture and banking.
The Silicon Valley, has concluded plans to hosts Nigerian entrepreneurs in a business programme in the United States of America. The meeting is in collaboration with the Nigerian Embassy in Washington.
SV-NED Inc. facilitates the creation of business opportunities designed for Silicon Valley technology companies to bring their businesses into Nigeria. SV-NED Inc. is committed to creating economic growth that would take Nigeria from a developing country to an emerging market.
A former President of the All Nigerians American Congress, Chief Temitope Ajayi, has said that Nigerians in the Diaspora and a technology and agricultural giant, Silicon Valley of the United States, will be investing over $100bn annually in the country’s economy with the establishment of the Diaspora Commission.
The silicon valley organization had an international business group come visit in January as part of the Silicon Valley Nigeria Economic Summit.The group, here ahead of the Nigerian Vice President's visit was here to establish a strategic, bi-lateral economic relationship between Silicon Valley and Nigeria.