As you very well know by now, YC Partners are coming to Nigeria this month, and it’s part of their Office Hours in 11 Countries tour that’ll see them meet with tech entrepreneurs from various parts of the world. For the Nigerian edition, YC Partners, Michael Seibel (co-founder, Justin.tv and SocialCam) and Qasar Younis (founder, TalkBin) will tour the Lagos and Abuja tech ecosystems.

The Partners are going to be around for 6 days, from Friday, September 23 to Wednesday, September 28, and investment group, Ingressive is in charge of their itinerary. We were able to get our hands on the full schedule so we decided to share. Without further ado, here goes:


1. Friday, September 23

3.30pm – 6.30pm: StartUp Friday Fifth Edition at Landmark Centre, Water Corporation Road, Lagos.

6.30pm:  Ingressive’s Investor Dinner ft. Y Combinator


2. Saturday, September 24

10.30am – 2.30pm: Tech Circle Presents – Building a Startup at Lagos Business School, Lekki, Lagos.


3. Monday, September 26

9am – 10.30am: Ingressive’s Press Conference at Andela

11am – 1.15pm: Office Hours at Andela

1.30pm – 3.30pm: Ingressive + CCHub: Y Combinator Luncheon


4. Tuesday, September 27

10am – 1pm: Office Hours with Y Combinator at Ventures Platform, Abuja.

1pm – 2.40pm: Office Hours & Fireside Chat at Cranium One, Lagos.


5.  Wednesday, September 28

9am – 12pm:  Ingressive + She Leads Africa Brunch: Y Combinator Women Office Hours (Private event)

12pm – 1pm:  SeedStars Family Lunch with Y Combinator at SeedSpace Ikoyi, Lagos.

4.45pm – 5.45pm: Ingressive Hosts Y Combinator Coffee Chat Series with Starta at Cafe Neo, Lagos.


You can join the tour on social media (in case you can make it to any of the events). Follow Ingressive, Michael and Qasar on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat to catch with all that’s happening. The handles are – ingressiveco (Twitter and Snapchat), ingressive (Instagram), mwseibel (Twitter and Instagram), and qasar (Twitter and Snapchat). The hashtag for the tour is #ycinlagos.


Tola Agunbiade Author

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