What if you could ask anyone on the Techpoint Africa Team anything?

by | Sep 20, 2021

One exciting thing about being a journalist is meeting different people, especially while working on articles, recording interviews, or doing documentaries. 

Interestingly, people like to meet journalists too for various reasons ranging from sharing their stories to simply wanting to know what their favourite media people do outside work. Techpoint Africa is facilitating such a meeting.

We want our ardent readers and audience to leave their DMs and emails and engage us closely.

To that end, we’ve organised a webinar where participants can ask anyone on the Techpoint Africa team — Editorial, Production, Intelligence, Design, and Events teams — any question.

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Here are the details:

Date: September 30, 2021.

Time: 12-1 p.m. (WAT)

Venue: Google Meet 

Participants will be free to ask questions about our editorial processes, how to get featured on Techpoint Africa, how to pitch to journalists, which journalists to pitch which story to, what we do for fun as a team, what lies outside editorial, our hiring process, and lots more. 

On the other hand, journalists will also ask for feedback on their works, and you can suggest topics you wish they could discuss.

The 60-minute webinar is broken into two parts; the first 30 minutes for participants to ask work-related questions, with the second 30 minutes set aside for personal questions.

There are limited spaces available, so save a seat by filling this form.

Oluwanifemi Kolawole
Oluwanifemi Kolawole

Human enthusiast | Writer | Senior reporter | Podcaster.

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