Attend The MEST Meet-Up with Prospective Nigerian Entrepreneurs-in-Training

by | Apr 28, 2015

Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), the Ghanaian incubator, has just released news of a meet-up being organised for prospective Nigerian Enterpreneurs-in-training.

The event will hold this Friday, 10 am at the Lagos Garage (located upstairs at the Moorhouse Hotel) for Nigerian entrepreneurs who are interested in applying to the MEST program.

MEST Entrepreneurs In Training Programme 2015

It is an information session where representatives of MEST hope to meet everyone who might be interested in applying to the program. This would be MEST’s second call for entries from Nigerian entrepreneurs and innovators, after the first cohort from Nigeria were admitted into MEST in 2014.

The incubator is known to look out for entrepreneurs who have strong interest in technology and software, so if you would like to attend the event, find more information and sign up here.

Odunayo Eweniyi
Odunayo Eweniyi

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