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The 54-hour hacking event, Startup Weekend, will hold for the third time in Lagos between the 20th and 22nd of November, 2015. The event is part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week and the Global Startup Battle.

Up to 100 developers, designers, product managers and startup enthusiasts will congregate at the event to think up ideas, build prototypes and launch tech-enabled startups.

Winning ideas from the event will receive mentorship and earn a chance to participate at the Global Startup Battle where $150, 000 prize money is up for grabs.

Event details:

Start date: 16:00 hrs (GMT+1), Friday Nov 20th

End date: 20:00 hrs (GMT+1), Sunday Nov 22nd

Venue: iDEA Hub Lagos

Go here to download agenda for the event, and here to register.

The third Startup Weekend Lagos is supported by Enterprise Development Center, Venture Garden Group, Paga, Sasware and Gigalayer.

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