New Tekedia Mini-MBA Course – “Satellite Broadband Age in Nigeria, Africa”

New Tekedia Mini-MBA Course – “Satellite Broadband Age in Nigeria, Africa”

I am happy to announce that Tekedia Institute is introducing a new course titled “Satellite Broadband Age in Nigeria, Africa: Business Opportunities, Mapping New Markets and Rural Economies”. This is coming after the redesign which SpaceX Starlink is bringing to Nigeria and Africa. Just as GSM unlocked new business opportunities when it came, satellite broadband will seed new markets and advance rural economies across the continent. 

The course would be taught by himself and a veteran of the satellite industry. John Enoh founded a satellite company in Texas called Beeptool. And he currently uses SpaceX Starlink and can talk about it. Mine is coming hopefully next month.

Joseph Ibeh, a satellite industry analyst with Northern Sky Research joins the faculty and will be working with us on this course.

The focus of this course is to look at latent opportunities which satellite broadband could make evident. As always, I invite you to join us at our school. We bring uncommon freshness and relevance on business education in Africa. Register today and beat the early bird deadline for Tekedia Mini-MBA edition 4. The program begins June 7 to end Sept 1, 2021.

Tekedia Institute offers an innovation management 12-week program, optimized for business execution and growth, with digital operational overlay. It runs 100% online. The theme is Innovation, Growth & Digital Execution – Techniques for Building Category-King Companies. All contents are self-paced, recorded and archived which means participants do not have to be at any scheduled time to consume contents.


Click to register for Tekedia Mini-MBA (Sept 13 – Dec 6, 2021): online, self-paced, $140 (or N50,000 naira). Full curriculum here.

Click to join Tekedia Capital Syndicate and build Next Africa with a minimum of $10,000 co-investment in startups.

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2 thoughts on “New Tekedia Mini-MBA Course – “Satellite Broadband Age in Nigeria, Africa”

  1. Awopetu Emmanuel · Edit

    From now on I dey fear you, “Village boy”. Sharp shape, course don drop. This is indeed an innovation school that keeps to the pace of Technology.


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