Ndubuisi Ekekwe, Founder of Zenvus, is an engineering graduate of Federal University of Technology Owerri Nigeria where he finished as his class best student. His working experience includes Analog Devices Corp where he co-designed a generation accelerometer for the iPhone and created the company’s first wafer level chip scale package for inertial sensor. He writes regularly at the Harvard Business Review, and previously served in the United States National Science Foundation ERC commitee. A TED Fellow, IBM Global Entrepreneur and World Economic Forum “Young Global Leader”, he is a selection board member of the $100 million Tony Elumelu Africa Fund.

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The problem Most African farmers often rely on guesswork in their farming practices. Many make decisions based on beliefs that have been passed from one generation to another, over centuries, with little scientific scrutiny. Yet, a number of factors, including variation in climate and population growth, have altered needs and ecosystem …

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