Startup Port Harcourt Week is an annual gathering of tech startups, technologists, academics, funders, policymakers and players in the Creative and Digital Economy. We serve as a platform for individuals and organisations, to integrate, reintegrate and harness opportunities in Nigeria’s tech space. We connect, network, pitch, invest, test products, inspire, celebrate, inform and participate in conversations that shape Port Harcourt's Creative and Digital Economy.
She in Tech
Town Hall Meeting
Entertainment & Media Meetup
When I think of Port Harcourt, I think of evolution - Sotonye Odugbemi
"When I think of Port Harcourt, I think of evolution; the ability to transform, to change according to the circumstances across time."
Nigeria import more than $2 billion worth of honey annually - Amaete Umanah
Nigeria import more than 2 billion dollars worth of honey every single year - Amaete Umanah CEO Honeyflowafrica.com
The youth of Port Harcourt are changing the old stories with technology - Bitebo Gogo
"The youth of Port Harcourt are coming up with new technologies and hey are changing the old stories..."
I was surprised that there was no e-hailing cab company in Port Harcourt - Ezieke Amaefula
"When I came back to Nigeria particularly Port Harcourt, I was surprised that we didn't have any e-hailing cab company here, where transportation is a major part of our existence..." - Ezieke Amaefula, CEO Pamdrive.com
I see Port Harcourt as that fast growing African city - Ngowari Diminas
"I see Port Harcourt as that fast growing African city where all the tech companies would like to come into..." Ngowari Diminas, Founder Connecting All Female Engineers Worldwide.
We can see alot of tech hubs coming out in Port Harcourt - Fortune Bekee
"Because of startups like ikokuonline, a lot of young people are seeing the need to go into tech..." - Fortune Bekee Cofounder Ikokuonline.com
Port Harcourt is the ultimate melting point in Nigeria - Akin Olaoye
I've really been blessed to come out of a rich city in terms of diversity and inclusion - Akin Olaoye, CEO Houseoflunettes.com
Port Harcourt is going to be a smart city - Hanotu Weli
Hanotu Weli, Cofounder 'The 36 Forum' shares his thoughts on the theme for Startup Port Harcourt Week 2019, and the future of Port Harcourt
Trans Amadi reminds me a lot of Detroit - Idua Olunwa
Idua Olunwa shares his thoughts on the theme for Startup Port Harcourt Week 2019, and the future of Port Harcourt
Seki dance na our plan to show say the creative economy na im be the alternative economy - Yibo Koko
"Seki dance na our plan not only to change the narrative of the region, but for people to understand our rich cultural heritage, create wealth, and also to show say the creative economy na im be the alternative economy..."
PORT HARCOURT: The Garden City of Culture and Technology – Professor Emeritus E J Alagoa OON, NNOM, dssrs
Port Harcourt was conceived by the British colonial rulers in 1913 as a central building block of their emerging Nigeria project. The old Township, Harbour, Railway Station, Market, Commercial District and old Government Residential Area (GRA), were position alongside the Waterside and surrounding rural communities to create a unique melting…
My name is Dr. Sotonye Odugbemi and I was raised in Port Harcourt. When I think of Port Harcourt, I think of evolution; the ability to transform, to change according to the circumstances across time. Historically we’ve known Port Harcourt as a trading port, as a garden city, and more…
We can see a lot of tech hubs coming out in Port Harcourt – Fortune Bekee Cofounder, Ikokuonline.com
Hello Port Harcourt. My name is Fortune Bekee, Co-founder and CEO of ikokuonline.com. Ikoku online is an effort by myself and my co-founder Mr. Emmanuel Ogochukwu to help car owners to live a more stress-free life while dealing with issues relating to their car. Now we’ve have done that by…
I see Port Harcourt as that fast growing African city – Ngowari Diminas Cofounder, CAFEW (Connecting All Female Engineers Worldwide)
Hello, My name is Ngowari Diminas and I am the founder of CAFEW which is the acronym for Connecting All Female Engineers Worldwide and that is a platform for female engineers who are willing to connect, to learn and to inspire other female engineers. You can follow us on Twitter…