At the 3rd edition of #YTech100 in Lagos Nigeria’s most innovative personalities are set to gather for an annual networking event honouring the brightest and best in Nigeria’s technology eco-system. The top 100 Nigerian Innovators will be at the same place that day for the event.
According to Isime Esene, Managing Editor,Y!/YNaija,
“Hosting the third edition of the #YTech100 is a testament to our believe in viability of the Nigerian tech-industry. At the last two editions we honoured a host of individuals leading the charge in drawing innovation into the industry – we hope this recognition will inspire others to make a difference.”
The event which is scheduled to take place on February 25, 2016 at the Experience Stage, Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, will feature tech innovators in education, eCommerce, enterprise resource among others.
According to the organizers, this year’s honourees have been carefully selected after unbiased considerations by the brilliant team at Y!/YNaija.com and a focus group consisting of professionals within the technology eco-system.
The event is billed as part of the Social Media Week Lagos 2016, and is strictly by invitation. The event will have active audience from across Africa, seated at the hall and even online. Questions and opinions will be entertained.
Spotlight will be placed on ingenious ideas as well as provide a conducive environment to drive quality interactions on various economic and social factors that have helped to leverage potentials in both the local and international tech market.
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