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25 мая, 13:00

Ankara fabrics and more from Fabricsphere

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Why Fabricsphere??? Because we understand We understand what it means to create a colorful wedding, we understand how difficult it is to set up a fabric retail shop in other parts of the country and we understand the difficulty accompanied with sourcing for the right fabric(be it ankara, lace, atiku, aso oke etc) under our market conditions.So we came up with a solution for your fabric needs. All you have to do is sit back, fill in your order and get a wonderful customer service response fulfilling your needs and getting that superb ankara style print or the perfect lace for that wonderful event delivered to your doorstepAt fabricsphere, its never been about what we have but all about what you need!

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25 мая, 13:00

Beautifully Nappy, Nigeria- Online Organic and Nature Beauty store

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In Businessday:Beautifully Nappy has unveiled Nigeria’s first online organic and nature beauty store, a platform to showcase and educate individuals on natural hair and the benefits of using natural hair products.

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25 мая, 13:00

Making in China: Is maker culture changing China’s creative landscape?

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A paper by Wen Wen: Since the 1990s, the emphasis on the economic significance of culture and creativity by policy makers, urban planners and researchers has contributed to the global development of (as well as debate on) the creative economy. This movement has particularly taken off in China alongside the transition from the ‘Made in China’ campaign to the ‘Created in China’ campaign. In recent years, the focus of creative industries development in China has shifted from the convergence of culture and technology, and now also includes the convergence of culture, creativity and design with related industries, covering almost all of the sectors of the national economy. Meanwhile, a movement of ‘mass entrepreneurship and innovation’ is being promoted by redefining the international maker culture. In this context, the article investigates the kinship between the maker movement and the creative economy from the perspectives of communities, spaces, activities, policies and innovation, and whether these conjure up a transition from ‘Created in China’ to ‘Intelligent Manufacturing in China’. And for the creative economy, this raises the question: is it turning to a technological future? More here

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24 мая, 13:00

Kafui Naturals

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Proudly Natural: Meet Kafui AwoonorKafui founded Kafuinaturals because nothing on the market suited her needs. She strongly believes in her mission and has joined entrepreneurial communities like BrownSense and Cape Craft and Design Institute - CCDI to help make it a reality.

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24 мая, 13:00

Dandelion drinks and Lemonace from KNUST University Busuiness Accelerator Ghana

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From the KNUST Accelerator program via Kumasi Hive:GRASAG KNUST through the GRASAG Business Acceleration; Godwin Mensah, CEO of McBertsmens Green Life Drinks share his story about the program and on Green Life Dandelion drinks and Lemonace. The Green Life Dandelion and Luminance drinks are the world first sugar free dandelion and lemongrass based healthy drinks respectively. Both are Sugar free and well designed to suit the world's diversion from the consumption of flavoured soft drinks to more of natural and healthy extracts.

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23 мая, 13:00

Sokowatch | Emerging Markets Distribution To The Last Mile

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Sokowatch provides consumer goods companies with a simple, consistent, and reliable distribution channel to meet the demands of the informal market. Shops order from Sokowatch via SMS and receive free delivery of their goods within 24 hours. Our team of delivery agents, equipped with proprietary mobile technology, services thousands of shops across Nairobi and Dar es Salaam while capturing critical data on each outlet.

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23 мая, 12:06

"Made in Aba" #Nigeria

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One of the key industrial clusters in Nigeria- Aba:

22 мая, 19:56

The Landscape of Artificial Intelligence Quantitative funds and DIY funds

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Etienne Brunet writes: image viaHigh frequency traders are not anymore the cool kids on the block. Margins are shrinking and major players such as Virtu and KCG are now merging to profit from economies of scale. On the other hand, artificial intelligence and quantitative strategies seem to be the new solutions to the alpha generation headache. There has also been lots of news (noise) about DIY (Do It Yourself) hedge funds (Wired, Bloomberg and also FT). More recently, Point72 announced that it handed its first check of c.$10m of the $250m promised to Quantopian.The AI & Quantitative startup spaces are interesting and have the potential to disrupt a $3.2tn industry. In order to better understand the different actors, I tried to map and to categorise the different players in the market. Please find below a landscape mapping and thereafter the full list of companies as well as some brief comments...[more]

22 мая, 13:00

DIY mycologists

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Stefanie Cohen reporting on: the Citizen Scientists Who Think Mushrooms Have SuperpowersAt Psychedelic Science 2017, Steinhardt, a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, delivered a talk describing her research on a specific subset of amateur scientists within this world: DIY mycologists. Some of these mushroom enthusiasts who grow their fungi at home use them in recipes, or to make medicinal tinctures. But others get more creative, using them for citizen-science projects like myco-remediation (cleaning environmental toxins with fungi), myco-forestry (using mushrooms to maintain forest health), and doing DNA analysis on mushrooms to determine local strains...[more]

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22 мая, 13:00

'Machines' - A Documenntary

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The Guardian reviews a Rahul Jain film:

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22 мая, 00:12

A Maker Revolution in Healthcare

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From Makerfaire:Health making is revolutionizing the way care is delivered in hospitals, clinics, and home care divisions across the globe. Patient-made machines are changing the provider-patient dynamic. The solutions by frontline staff are making care better and more affordable...[more]

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21 мая, 16:27

China’s Silicon Valley

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Flynn Murphy writes: Shenzhen has emerged as a haven for biotechnology and cutting-edge hardware.“Shenzhen’s a place where you can very quickly turn an idea into a product,” says Blair Ney, a biomedical researcher at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Ney worked as an intern at a Shenzhen biomedical company in 2015. “The thing that stands out is how many people there are in an entrepreneurial mindset.” More here