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According to feedback we keep receiving, because our past events have always been overbooked, a lot of attendees end up standing throughout. We know this is uncomfortable. So in response, we are introducing VIP tickets for Techpoint Inspired.
While the event is still FREE to attend, VIP tickets will guarantee holders a front row seat, express entry, access to our ‘Blueroom’ and other perks.
Sounds like you? Purchase tickets at inspired.techpoint.ng/vip.
Don’t forget Techpoint Inspired is still slated for May 29, 2018. See you there!
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From marketer to businessman: How Akin Alabi built NairaBet from scratch.
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Nigerians spent ₦3.2 trillion on airtime in 2017 but telcos are still worried.
5 areas the Nigerian economy can benefit from blockchain technology.
Cambridge Analytica: How to stop third-party apps from accessing your Facebook data.
It’s official: Teleology acquires 9mobile. Link.
- Konga appoints former UAC Foods & Unilever exec, Olusiji Ijogun as new chairman. Link.
- Nigerian startups older than 18 months have till March 31 to file tax returns, or else. Link.
- 5 summary insights from Jumia Nigeria Mobile Report 2018. Link.
- Swift Networks launches free internet service with ‘Red Cheetah’. Link.
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