Have you been having challenges with your startup or business, especially with respect to structure, business model, market entry strategy, funding and mentorship?
Then you should join Techpoint.ng as we host Techpoint Build. Techpoint Build is intended to help struggling entrepreneurs make headway against the challenges of running a business in Nigeria. This will be achieved through the four core agendas/segments; Conference, Exhibition, Pitch Storm and Startup/SME Clinic.
Through the Startup/SME Clinic, Techpoint Build will connect participants with professionals who will provide free expert advice in the following areas
- Technical: A team of developers will be on ground to troubleshoot startups and ideas at the SME Clinic
- Legal: A team of startup lawyers will be available to answer all legal problems.
- Marketing: Top business developers will provide insight into how to structure a business. Also, leading PR agencies will be available to enlighten participants on building a narrative and to field other questions around PR.
You can be a part of this, if only you register now to book yourself a free slot.
Techpoint Build is billed to hold on the 27th, January, 2018 at Landmark Event centre, Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria.
We are also using the opportunity to call on investors, startups, small business owners, hardware/software professionals, lawyers, business developers, policy makers, accountants and other key players in the startup and tech sector across Nigeria, because Techpoint Build is also for you.
Opportunities are also open for exhibition booths and sponsorship by corporate and startup companies in retail, telecoms, education, hardware, software and eCommerce.
For booth and sponsorship, email [email protected]
For more info, please visit techpoint.ng/build. Follow the conversation on social media with #TechpointBuild.
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