The tech events happening this week is all about meetups and getting educated by experts. Here are the tech events for this week (Tuesday, 15th November – Monday, 21st November 2016).
Techpoint Jos Meetup at nHub
Techpoint.ng is bringing together innovators, startup founders, technology students and tech enthusiasts to network and share ideas about how to tackle the challenges of running a business in Jos.
If you are a startup founder, innovator, technology student, or anyone with brilliant innovations, based in Jos, then you need to register to attend the meetup. Thanks to Smart Web, refreshments will be served at the meetup.
Date: Tuesday, 15th November, 2016.
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Venue: nHub, 3rd Floor Taen Business Complex, Opp. Former NITEL Office. Old Airport Junction. Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria.
Hardware Dialogue with Chris Quintero (Bolt VC)
Ventures Dialogue, a platform for education, collaboration and dissemination of investment opportunities tailored to meet the specific needs of African founders and entrepreneurs is organising a hardware dialogue for interested startups tomorrow at iDEA Hub, Yaba.
The event will feature:
- Roundtable/Q&A Session with Chris Quintero (Bolt VC), Judith Okonkwo (Imisi 3D/Lagos VR Hackathon), Ademola Adesina (Rensource Energy), Ifedayo Oladapo (Grit Systems) and Temilolorun Aiyelari (Hardware Lagos)
- Networking (with food and drinks)
You can register here if you want to attend the event.
Date: Tuesday, 15th November, 2016
Mamalette Live! Lagos
Mamalette Live! brings experts together to discuss a series of topics relevant to the information needs of pregnant women and mothers in Nigeria. You can register here if you want to attend the event.
Date: Saturday, 19th November, 2016
Time: 9am – 5pm
Venue: Grace Schools, Plot 241 Ajidagan Street, Gbagada Estate, Lagos.
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