Chika Nwaogu is the Co-founder and CTO at Publiseer. Nwaogu has co-founded, grown and exited two startup companies before he turned 25. He was first discovered at the age of 21 by a national newspaper, which told how he started a campus social network, LAGbook, at the age of 19, in his dorm room at the University of Lagos, which grew to 25,000 registered users within a year. He received international recognition in 2011 after TechCrunch reported how LAGbook grew by 35,000 registered users in just six months. Today, Nwaogu is also a respected gospel recording artist and songwriter in his home country, Nigeria, with several award nominations and a music career spanning nearly two years. He began public speaking as a keynote speaker at the 2012 IT Leaders West Africa Summit, where he gave a 30-minute lecture on the role of social media and mobile in developing nations.
Venture: Publiseer lets independent African writers, musicians, and filmmakers, typically from low-income communities, publish, protect, promote and monetize their creative works on over 400 well-established platforms in 100 countries, at no charge, with just a single click. These creators can monitor their sales performance across all stores using our centralized dashboard.