This week is loaded with events you don’t want to miss. We have curated a list of tech events that will interest you. They are coming up on or between Monday, 13th November 2017 to Monday, 20th November 2017.
Techpoint Innovation Tour 2017 Uyo Meetup
Techpoint Innovation Tour a week ago, and it has been so interesting so far. We are happy to be in Uyo (Akwa- Ibom State) and looking forward to meeting people. If you reside in Uyo you should be at the meetup. The Techpoint team will be sharing insights on how to leverage the media on your businesses/startup. We would also be discussing the issues and challenges with the adoption of technology and the role of an ecosystem.
If you are interested, register here
Date: November 16th, 2017
Venue: Ibom e-library , IBB avenue
Startup Grind Lagos is set to host Former Minister of Communication Technology and now Venture Capitalist, Omobola Johnson this month. Omobola Johnson is a lead general partner for TLcom Capital which recently raised a $40 million seed fund for African startups. You will get the chance ask all your questions about funding. This event is proudly supported by Workstation, Lagos Startup Map, Chudy of Whaletown Media, NMD Studios, The Afropreneur, Einsteinette Limited and Techpoint.ng.
If you are interested, register.
Date: November 25th, 2017
Venue: Workstation, 7 Ibiyinka Olorunbe, Victoria Island, Lagos
Build Grind that Scales
This is an informal chat with the co-founder of Kudi.ai – Adeyinka as he discusses with entrepreneurs how to build businesses that scale especially from a locale like Ile-Ife Osun State, Nigeria.
If you are interested, register
Date: November 18th, 2017
Venue: Gruby’s Place, New market, OAU. Ile-Ife, Osun State
On January 27, 2021, Techpoint Africa will be hosting the brightest minds in decentralised finance/crypto at the Digital Currency Summit tagged “Building the money of the future” Click here for more details, registration and sponsorship.
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