Nigerians innovators won award during the UK knowledge Transfer Network

Nigerians innovators won award during the UK knowledge Transfer Network

Creativity and innovation has help three young passionate Nigerians tech innovators

in Ekiti state as earned cash prize of $6,000 and much more in a global network courtesy of Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN).

This organization recently partnered with the Ekiti State Government to reward young “tech” innovators within the state through a pitch competition.

Odunola Olabintan, grand winner and innovator of ‘AskTheDoc’, publicized issues that people might face such as lack of access to medical care, cost of service and ignorance, he visualize a digital platform connecting people to responsive doctors, called ‘AskTheDoc’.

The other young innovators, Yomi Adetunji (Representative of Rice Inventory Storage Exchange) and Mayowa Olajide (Representative of Motivar) they intend to build an operating system for e-learning support with online courses and technology to facilitate the warehousing of rice and connect rice processors in the state.

Innovate UK KTN makes it their responsibility to connect ideas, people and communities to respond to ever-changing societal, environmental and economic challenges, they have control over positive change with diverse networks spanning across various sectors.

Enabling businesses to achieve global recognition through their innovative structure which as the key for corporation as commercial partnership.

They have also presented themselves to be collaborators of choice, through the years.

At the core, Innovate UK KTN offers an ecosystem of expertise and funding within private and public sectors, spotlighting innovators to prefer solution to basic problems through technology, and accelerating energetic ideas into real-world solutions.