CcHUB Releases 2nd Edition Of The “How I Use My Phone” Research Series

CcHUB’s Mobile Experience Centre released a 2nd edition of the “How I Use my Phone” series, this time targeted at Nigerian working professionals.

“How I Use my Phone” is a CcHUB research aimed at gathering market research intelligence around mobile phone usage patterns in Nigeria.

The aim of this series is to provide open access to information that will prove useful to the general public; albeit for different purposes (such as knowledge acquisition, research, projects, product development etc.)

This survey is a sequel to it’s first series, the focus of which was to find out how market traders use their mobile devices.

For more information on the infographic released view here

Full link: http://www.cchubnigeria.com/mxlab/how-i-use-my-phone-nigerian-professionals/

Download Pdf version of infographic here

 

About Co-creation Hub (CcHUB)

Co-Creation Hub (www.cchubnigeria.com) is Nigeria’s first open living lab and pre-incubation space designed as a multi-functional, multi-purpose space where work to catalyze creative social tech ventures take place. The HUB serves as a place for technologists, social entrepreneurs, government, tech companies, impact investors and hackers in and around Lagos to co-create new solutions to Nigeria’s social problems.

Jennifer Ehidiamen founded RuralReporters.com in 2014. She is actively exploring the intersection between storytelling, tech and development. She has reported on global health and development issues in Africa for Voice of America (VOA News), Global Press Institute, Ventures Africa, The Nation etc. A 2016 Foreign Press Scholarship award recipient, 2013 Innovative Young Journalist Award recipient, 2013 New Media Fellow for International Reporting Project, and 2010 LEAP Africa Award recipient, Jennifer runs the Rural Reports project with a team spread across different regions in Africa. The news portal is dedicated to covering issues around rural development. Jennifer graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism with a degree in Mass Communication and earned a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University. She has published three books: "In Days to Come" (2004), "Preserve my Saltiness" (2011) and "Half A Loaf And A Bakery" (2013). Jennifer currently serves as a full-time writer and communications consultant. Follow Jennifer on Twitter @Disgeneration

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