The Silicon DrinkUP will hold on November 14, 2016 from 6.30 pm to 9.30pm, at Ventures Platform, 29 Mambilla Street, Off Aso Drive, Maitama, Abuja.

Silicon DrinkUP is a gathering of the usual suspects in the tech ecosystem; startup founders, developers, designers, investors, incubators, fund managers and other stakeholders. According to the event’s bill, this will be a cocktails and conversations event. Admission to Silicon DrinkUP is free, but attendees have to follow their simple rules of no pitching, no speeches, and no suits and tie.

This event is organised by Starta, in partnership with MEST and Ventures Platform.

There have been three previous editions held in Lagos earlier this year, but this will be the first time it will hold in the capital city.

The first, second and third events have been invite only and this one is no different. Interested attendees can apply here for a chance to get on the guest list.

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