ecx.io ltd

ecx.io Ltd

ecx.io ltd

We are ecx.io – an IBM company. For more than 22 years we have been working with our customers to identify opportunities in the digital world and to realise their full potential.

The passion and motivation that this requires provides us with a common goal – creating a better digital tomorrow.

Since 2016 we are proud to have been a part of IBM iX, the global agency family of IBM, where we act as one of the leading digital agencies in Europe with more than 350 employees at sites in five different countries.

With a focus on digital platforms & ecosystems and strong expertise in digital marketing and e-commerce, we work with innovative concepts and agile processes at the interface of strategy, creativity and technology.


HSBC

HSBC

HSBC

HSBC was born from one simple idea – a local bank serving international needs. In March 1865, HSBC opened its doors for business in Hong Kong, helping to finance trade between Europe and Asia.

We have been supporting our customers for more than 150 years. Today, we serve more than 40 million personal, wealth and corporate customers worldwide in 64 countries and territories.

The experiences of the past century and a half have formed the character of HSBC. A glance at our history explains why we believe in capital strength, in strict cost control and in building long-term relationships with customers.

The bank has weathered change in all forms – revolutions, economic crises, new technologies – and adapted to survive. The resulting corporate character enables HSBC to meet the challenges of the 21st century.


WAAW Foundation

WAAW Foundation

WAAW Foundation

Incorporated in 2007 as a 501(c) non-profit corporation (EIN 20-8576703) in the state of Texas, U.S.A, in 2011 with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria and in 2021 with Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) and Companies and Intellectual Property Commission in Rwanda and South Africa respectively.

The Working to Advance STEM education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation provides opportunities for quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programming for African girls, aged 11 to 30 years as a means to close the economic, innovation, and achievement gap for African women in the 21st-century technology-driven global economy. Our overarching goal is to lessen the disparity between the numbers of African girls versus boys entering STEM fields.

WAAW Foundation is regional, working to empower girls with our programs to reach entire Sub-Saharan Africa. Our Target beneficiaries are under-represented secondary and University students, in particular girls from poor socio-economic backgrounds in public schools. We work with marginalized, disadvantaged, and disabled girls. WAAW Foundation is headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria with an operational office in Calabar Nigeria, and Allen, Texas USA.