My Take: The Oktoberfest, My Lederhosen, This CEO and the Access Question

I had settled for a fake lederhosen. For me, this was quite symbolic considering my priorities for the meeting. He was the CEO of an organisation contributing to society's ability to support growing healthcare needs and help people around the world access high-quality medicine, while I was from Nigeria, a country challenged with lack of access to affordable health care, medicines, and still battling with the prevalence of fake pharmaceutical products. For this occasion, I felt my fake lederhosen was more than justified.

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Women in Digital - Yamini Gautam, CEO Dehype Media

My primary goal was to contribute to the employment discuss by highlighting my experience and the experience of others that have come to shape and build my understanding of the job market situation in 2018. Reflecting on the process, I realised that most of the success stories I tapped into where from women. Not just women, but exceptional women making giant strides in the digital landscape. 

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How to sell anything - Kamil Friebel, Head of Sales, Jaduda GmbH

As you would expect, our discussion was primarily supposed to focus on the advertising industry. But at the end of the interview, I got a lot more than I expected. After speaking with him, I said to myself "I think I know how to sell anything." so enjoy!

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Labour Day Tip: Finding your first job after graduation

First, my sincere apologies if this piece doesn't fit with the conventional "Job tips" or "7 ways to get a Job" you typically find on the internet. Honestly, I expect that after you finish reading, you’ll be outraged.

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Ecosia is the alternative to Google - CEO, Christian Kroll

Within the first few minutes of listening to Christian speak, I whispered to Lauren who was sitting beside me, “I want to have an Interview with him”. It was either she was going to help me make it happen or I was going to find a way to speak to him at all cost.

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State of the Union: Programmatic Advertising and Digital out of Home (DOOH)

Depending on where you live, you must have come across a couple of DOOH screens, but never really paid much attention to them. But after reading this, I think you might be forced to take a second look at that DOOH screen on your way home. 

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Programmatic advertising for mobile - the perspective of a rookie

After my first day of getting to see how a mobile programmatic campaign is created, monitored, optimized and report presented to the advertisers, I got home, and while browsing through an app on my phone, I saw one of those ads again. This time, I shook my head and smiled because I already knew who was responsible - it was Brendon and his operations team at Splicky.

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Part 2: Technology and the future of healthcare AGAIN!

From our previous discussion on healthcare, we already talked about some of the unique challenges that healthcare, especially in the developing world, currently face. While it is crucial to highlight problems, you will agree with me that looking more into the solutions could be much more helpful particularly to those who have to deal with the everyday challenge of trying to access needed healthcare. 

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How technology is changing our lives

From fin-tech to lifestyle and leisure, we can agree that technology has been able to help put all the information we need right at our fingertips as well as erased geographical borders and distance

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Part 1: Technology and the future of healthcare

We are living witnesses of the revolution taking place in healthcare through the influence of technology, especially in the developed world. It is my opinion that working with technology in rural communities will derive similar benefits. Any healthcare company that can provide patients with the opportunities and instrument they need to take charge of their health will undoubtedly be at the forefront of the healthcare revolution

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Why General Buhari will lose once again!

Like many Africans in the diaspora who share the experience of living far away from home, I have come to see that our relationships are not influenced by tribe, ethnic group or country of origin. Like most people I have met, we have learnt to first be Africans before our tribe or nationality

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