In Nigeria, tons of ideas are transformed into innovative solutions. These mind-blowing innovations can’t complete their purpose as solutions without a platform to share it. To bridge this gap, we at Purple Chip present the 2nd edition of TEXPO, a technology exhibition for tech entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and the innovative minds in the Nigerian technology ecosystem.
TEXPO is an annual technology exhibition that aims to give stakeholders in the Nigerian technology ecosystem an opportunity to interact and showcase their cool tech products & services for free. It’s a great opportunity for tech entrepreneurs to find investors, partners, mentors, gain publicity for their projects and also find new users for them.
TEXPO is powered by Purple Chip; a tech company that aims to change the face of the African technology market. We might not have Vibranium but believe we can build and promote a new and better Africa through technology.
This year the event is supported by Paga, African Business Angel Network (ABAN), Passion incubators and more.
What to expect at TEXPO? The event will feature 10 exciting start-ups, a panel made up of experts in business, investment and technology all in a dynamic, community-based setting.
Who’s invited? Industry influencers, tech entrepreneurs, tech enthusiasts and potential investors.
This event promises to be insightful, educative and most of all, fun. To attend all you have to do is register. It’s free !
Date: July 14, 2018
Time: 9-00am – 3:00pm
Venue: LCCI Conference & Exhibition centre 10, Nurudeen Olowopopo Drive, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos
Theme: Driving Affordable And Sustainable Innovation
For sponsorship, partnership or to book a stand reach us at [email protected]
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