The Nigerian technology ecosystem is fast growing but becoming a successful Nigerian tech startup founder or investor is not a walk in the park. VP Foundation will be hosting a series of tweet chats to discuss the issues and opportunities in the Nigerian technology entrepreneurship ecosystem and is inviting you to be a part of the conversation. The tweet chats will discuss the issues and opportunities faced by startups, investors and government stakeholders in the ecosystem.
The first tweet chat holding today and startup founders such as Seun Onigbinde (Budgit), Femi Kuti (Kangpe), Hamzat Lawal (Connected Development) and more are expected to chime in, giving their opinions and sharing their thoughts.
Follow and join this conversation at #techpolicyng or by following @theVPFoundation
The research tweet chats are scheduled as follows:
Date: 10th April For Startups, 13th April For Investors and 17th April for Government.
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