Daniel is a Tech Entrepreneur. He is the founder of Hollyha Concept Innovations (HCI), a technology firm that has as its core objective on the supply of assistive devices and equipment tailored for the needs of blind and visually impaired persons as well as the training of would-be users.
He is a freelance trainer at Access Tech Innovation, an Accessibility Specialist and Consultant at Zion Assistive Tech solutions where blind persons are trained on the use of mobile phones, computers and other modern technological devices.
He is also the resource person at the Resource Centre for the blind Yaba Lagos, where he works as the rehabilitation officer/ICT instructor. He is a former country representative in Nigeria for SafeFuture community action network (SCAN) a non-profit social service organization that provides advocacy, education, literacy, programs and initiatives nationally and internationally for persons with visual impairment in Atlanta Georgia U.S.A.
With his wealth of experience in assistive technology and allied matters, Daniel is a consultant to several organizations, one of which is the Centre for youth studies, a Lagos based nongovernmental organization whose aim is the upliftment of persons with disabilities through technological advancement.
He is a professional member of the International Association of Accessibility Professional (IAAP) United States. An alumnus of the 2022 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Program (TEF CONNECT 2022 AWARDEE), a 2021 awardee of the Kickstart entrepreneurship program by the International Breweries PLC foundation.
Daniel Isaiah Olamide is a graduate of History and Strategic Studies at the University of Lagos. He is an alumnus of Federal Government College Ijanikin, Lagos, where he was a recipient of the best graduating art student award for the 2016/2017 graduation year. He is also an alumnus of Pacelli School for the blind and partially sighted children, Lagos.