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Stutern is going on a tour of the Lagos tech scene this December. Tagged “Lagos Tech Tours”, the event will take place on December 7, 2016 from 10am to 3pm.

The tour is open to tech enthusiasts, founders and employees of tech startups, and those outside the industry. Stutern hopes to open the doors of the tech scene to individuals outside the tech community. The tour aims to help attendees find their bearings in the Lagos tech environment, and make the most of Lagos’ startup ecosystem.

The tour will begin with welcome drinks at Cafe Neo, and then a tour to the various hubs in the vicinity tagged “The Tech Walk” will follow.  At different stops during the tour, there will be short talks by renowned members of the tech community, some of whom include, Mark Essien, Olufunbi Falayi, Eghosa Omoigui. The tour will end with networking opportunities at Cafè Neo.

You can register here to participate in this tour.

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