CampusHub wins the Rise Challenge!
AfricaHacks is pleased to announce that CampusHub, a Nigerian Startup Company from the AfricaHacks Startup Creation program has been named as one of the winners of the Rise Challenge which is an initiative organized by Union Bank of Nigeria.
This win came with the need for enlightenment and bringing about discussions regarding the facilitation of learning and collaboration between tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
The CEO of CampusHub, Ajiferuke Tomiwa, along with his team members, paired up to proffer a solution to the challenges faced by the educational sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CampusHub team was one of the thousands of startups that pitched their solution to the Union Bank Rise Challenge.
Ajiferuke Tomiwa celebrated and rejoiced the win with the following statement:
“To start with, I couldn’t believe victory could come our way as we couldn’t get much likes and comments at the beginning, except that of our friends and Africa Hacks startup community, who made our submission more visible. All thanks to God that saw the willing to push up Campus Hub to the limelight”
As a result of the winnings from the Union Bank Rise Challenge, CampusHub will be looking forward to leveraging on this as it would help the startup to incorporate as a certified company in Nigeria and also push a lot of promotional campaigns for the company’s product.
CampusHub wins the Rise Challenge: this is one of the recent achievements of the company since CampusHub is only seven months old and part of the Startups that started at Africa’s biggest Hackathon, Naijahacks in December 2019.
The Rise Challenge is an opportunity for the Union Bank of Nigeria, to bring forward stories from its customers by recognizing and rewarding its participants who created innovative, charitable and creative ways to rise during these challenging times.
CampusHub is a company that connects and facilitates learning and collaboration between tertiary institutions. The team at Campus is tackling the lack of real-time collaboration tools for research, project development, and sharing of ideas and also difficulty in finding free and affordable past questions and learning resources to practice before examination.
CampusHub started as a Hackathon project at the 2019 NaijaHacks Hackathon. CampusHub is also one of the fifteen companies presently undergoing the AfricaHacks Startup Creation Program. You can reach out to CampusHub via their website, as well as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
AfricaHacks Startup Creation program is the first program of its kind in Africa, and it is for Africans by Africans.
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