We’re past the half mark for November but there’s an interesting mix of tech/startup events coming before the month is done. If you happen to be in Lagos around this time, check them out and save the date.

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VC4Africa Global Entrepreneurship Week meetup in Lagos – Thursday, 21st / 6pm

As part of the events lined up for the Global Entrepreneurship Week, VC4Africa is hosting over 20 meetups in its local chapters all around the world. The one in Lagos is happening this Thursday, and admission is free. Sign up to attend here.

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Capital Square official launch – Saturday, 23rd / 11am

The latest co-working space for Lekki residents opens house officially this Saturday. The founder, Modupe Macaulay invites everyone to come and have a look from 11am – 6pm. There will be music and small chops, I’m told. Find out more here.

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TechCabal Sessions – Saturday, 23rd / 6pm

An exclusive dinner event on the evening of this Saturday. More about this one shortly.

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Find a co-founder in Lagos, by Founder2be – Sunday, 24th / 3:30pm

While technically not this week, with it happening on Sunday and all, it’s close enough. This will be the second edition of the startup founder networking event in Nigeria. Co-founders are in high demand these days, it seems. Tickets to the first in August sold out, and this one won’t likely be any different. Registering to attend right now will get you on the waitlist, but I’ve been given a couple reserved tickets especially for TechCabal readers in Lagos, get in touch (bankole at techcabal) if you want one.

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