Enterfive Inc, a technology solutions agency hosts Product Hunt’s meetup in Lagos featuring a lineup of Product leaders representing Africa’s leading startups
The Product Hunt Lagos Meetup hosted by Kolapo Imam and sponsored by EnterFive on Tuesday, 28th of January 2020 will mark the inaugural meetup in Lagos to share, ideate and educate the global community on Technology in Africa. The global meetup themed “Building Essential and Scalable Products for the African Market” seeks to engage industry professionals on interactive discussions that will shape the present and future of product development in Africa.
Product Hunt, created in 2013 by Ryan Hoover and backed by Y Combinator is a platform that allows users discover and share new products from around the world. The website showcases new submission in a linear format that includes upvoting and comment features.
EnterFive (a Techstars backed company), is a solutions agency that exists to launch and scale businesses through innovative technology solutions and creators of Versus, a consumer insight analysis tool tailored for the African market. Enterfive joins as the official host and sponsor of the Product Hunt Lagos meetup.
Who can attend Product Hunt Lagos Meet-up?
This event is open to technology innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, product managers, product designers, technology industry professionals and general enthusiasts who can contribute meaningfully to discussions about the state of product development in the African market.
Where and when will it take place?
The Product Hunt Lagos Meetup will be held on the 28th of January, 2020 at CCX Lounge, Kofo Abayomi, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. It will be live-streamed across social media for the rest of the world to join the conversation.
How do I register to attend?
Interested attendees should please follow this link to register to receive an official invitation to join the community.
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