Techfest is for tech lovers interested in changing the narrative. Techfest will be a catalyst for Nigeria’s growth engine that connects entrepreneurs to investors and venture capitalists. This event aims to #SparkYourCuriosity as discussion would be on changing and transforming the technological space.

The 2 day event is packed with lots of activities to allow for discussion, engagement and collaboration. Women in Technology also gets to discuss on the opportunities for them in the technological space. Also, SMEs get to learn on the considerations, opportunities and implications that technology has on their small businesses.

Date: May 15 and 16, 2018

Venue: Landmark Event Centre, Oniru, Lagos

You need to be at the event to feel the excitement.  The exhibition stand will have the biggest names in the tech space. The investors zone lounge which allows techpreneurs to network with angel investors, partners and other collaborators. Watch startups from 5 locations battle for the prize money in the battle of the Hubs. You also get to interact and engage with  your personal banker from Diamond Bank, ADA, at the event.

This event promises to be exciting and educative. To attend, all you have to do is register here: https://techfest.ng/registration/ and it  is absolutely free to attend.

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