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Dataleum emerges ed-tech startup of Africa

Dataleum emerges ed-tech startup of Africa

Dataleum, a Nigerian ed-tech startup has emerged winner of the EdTech Startup of Africa at the Global Startup Awards (GSA) Africa finale, by Global Startup Awards.

The GSA Africa finale themed, ‘Innovating a Global Africa,’ serves as a beacon for African innovation in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The awards spotlighted groundbreaking solutions emerging from the continent and brought together industry leaders dedicated to shaping Africa’s future through innovation.

“We’re thrilled to be named the Best EdTech Company in Africa by the Global Startup Awards Africa. This achievement underscores our commitment to shaping the future of talent development through innovation,” Bode Roberts, CEO, Dataleum, stated while receiving the EdTech Startup of Africa award.

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According to him, Dataleum is more dedicated to advancing the growth and potential of individuals and businesses in Africa and beyond.

He disclosed that the ed-tech startup’s journey to the pinnacle of this recognition began as they competed at the national level, where they showcased their innovative prowess and commitment to transforming the ed-tech sector.

He stated that the performance at the national level earned Dataleum the opportunity to advance to the regional stage of the competition.

As one of the regional finalists, Dataleum stood out with its quality and diversity of solutions, aimed at addressing some of the most pressing challenges in the education sector.

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He stated further that the highlight of Dataleum’s journey was the outstanding performance at the GSA Africa finale, where it clinched the title of ed-tech startup of Africa by the Global Startup Awards.

“This prestigious recognition marks the exceptional contributions to the EdTech sector and our commitment to advancing technology training and consulting services in Africa,” Roberts stated.

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Dataleum’s win at the GSA Africa finale means that they will now move on to compete at the global level, representing Africa on the international stage of the Global Startup Awards.

The global competition brings together the best startups from around the world, offering a platform to showcase innovative ideas alongside some of the most renowned business leaders and ecosystem facilitators on a global scale.