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Registration opens for the 2024 TMT Business Law Breakfast Series 2024 organized by Duale, Ovia and Alex-Adedipe

April 17, 2024
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The law firm of  Duale, Ovia and Alex-Adedipe  (DOA) has opened the registration portal for the  2024 Technology, Media and Telecommunication (TMT) Business Law Breakfast Series .

The event, scheduled to hold at 9am on 2nd May, 2024 at Ebony Life Place, Victoria Hall, Lagos, will serve as a catalyst for collaboration, innovation, and growth in the Nigerian tech sector, DOA said in a concept note announcing the event.

The event, with the theme ‘The Nigerian Tech Ecosystem: Policies, Investments, and Global Trade’, is coming against the backdrop of the enormous growth recorded in the Nigerian tech space in recent years. “The DOA Breakfast Series will explore the key drivers of this growth, including policies, investments, global trade and discuss strategies to further enhance the ecosystem's development,” it said.

The Nigerian tech ecosystem has emerged as a dynamic and rapidly evolving sector, attracting attention from investors, policymakers, and tech enthusiasts worldwide. Over the years, enabling policies, viable investments and a favorable business environment, has made the Nigerian tech ecosystem a leading player in the global technology landscape, DOA said in the statement.

Featuring a key note address, two panel sessions and a fireside chat, the event is expected to provide a platform for stakeholders to discuss and analyze the current state of the Nigerian tech ecosystem; explore the policies, reforms and global trade influencing the future of the tech ecosystem; identify key challenges and opportunities in unlocking investments and driving growth in the Nigerian tech sector;  showcase best practices, success stories, innovations and regulations influencing fund raising in the Nigerian tech ecosystem.

Participants will also be looking to gain insights into the current state and future prospects of the Nigerian tech ecosystem, an understanding of the policies and reforms needed to attract investments and drive growth, knowledge of diverse funding opportunities and effective strategies for securing funding and actionable strategies for fostering innovation and creating a conducive business environment.

The event targets government officials and policymakers, venture capitalists, investors, and financial institutions, tech entrepreneurs, startups, and innovators, corporate organizations and industry leaders, tech enthusiasts and the media, DOA said.

It advised interested persons to visit  https://tix.africa/tmtseries  to register for the series.

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