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Saturday, September 24
 

10:00

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Building a Startup - A Chat With Y Combinator , Incubators & Co
Limited Capacity full
This event is organized by TechCircle .  
REGISTER NOW : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techcircle-presents-building-a-startup-a-chat-with-yc-incubators-co-tickets-27008639568?aff=es2 
According to Marc Andreessen, software is eating the world! Therefore it is no surprise that 4 of the top 5 most valuable companies in the US are technology & software companies. They all have one thing in common. They are startups.

So how does one go about building a successful startup? Joining us will be  Michael and Qasar, Partners from Y Combinator - the most successful startup incubator in the world.  There are also on the look out for the next big thing to invest in. They will also be answering all the questions you may have.

Shola who is the founder of the first Nigerian company to be invested in by YC will also be on hand to tell you how he got into Y Combinator.

If you are a current or a prospective startup founder, this event is for you. Sign up as spaces are very limited. 

This event is organized by TechCircle .  
REGISTER NOW : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techcircle-presents-building-a-startup-a-chat-with-yc-incubators-co-tickets-27008639568?aff=es2 

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Shola Akinlade

Shola Akinlade

Founder, PayStack
Founder Paystack
avatar for Michael Seibel

Michael Seibel

Partner, Y Combinator
avatar for Qasar Younis

Qasar Younis

Partner, Y Combinator


Saturday September 24, 2016 10:00 - 14:00
Lagos Business School Lekki, Lagos

18:30

D- Drinks
Drink Entrepreneurs is a free once -a month party for entrepreneurs and SMEs from across
the metropolis, designed to further foster inter -business relationships. It has a record of
hosting 300 Businesses each month in Lagos,  which is also the first city in sub Saharan
Africa.
It is currently active in 40 cities across the world with big capitals such as: San Francisco,
Paris, London, Bruxelles, Geneva, Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore.

Saturday September 24, 2016 18:30 - 21:30
TBA
 
Monday, September 26
 

10:30

The New Media Era and it's advantage for Film Makers
The cinema of Nigeria, often referred to as Nollywood, consists of films produced in Nigeria; its history dates back to as early as the late 19th century and into the colonial era in the early 20th century. With an average production of over 2,500 movies per year– 2,408, 2,514 and 2,621 in 2008, 2009 and 2010 respectively, Nigeria ranks has Africa’s largest producer. Bollywood on the other hand churns out an average of 800 movies yearly, which is more than double the amount of feature films produced by Hollywood.

Last year, data was released showing that Nollywood is a $3 billion industry. It is bigger than Hollywood by volume, and right behind India’s Bollywood according to www.fortune.com Facebook is the largest social networking company.

As of January 2016, Facebook’s monthly active users reached 1.55 billion, or 22 per cent of the entire world’s population (16million of these number are Nigerians).  Facebook's other services have 900 million users (WhatsApp), 800 million users (Facebook Messenger) and 400 million users (Instagram), globally, according to Statista, a leading statistics company on the internet. - See more This is the reason why adequate information needs to be paid to see how film makers can leverage on this technological insight.

  1.  Film making in this Digital age (Production technology/Technical know-how) How can we produce better film for great viewing experience using technically advanced approach and more.
  2. Leveraging the Power of Digital Media in Promotion & Marketing How can we market, promote and monetize your content and reach your target reach/penetration. 
  3. Seeking funding for your project. - You have come up with an amazing script or story but do not have the knowledge on how to source for funds or partner with production companies. - Knowing when to sell your script and when not to. - Knowing the legal decision to make when seeking funding and/or partnership.


Monday September 26, 2016 10:30 - 14:45
Oriental Hotel Lekki

15:30

Digital Marketing Best Practises for Today

The world of digital marketing is constantly changing and it can be sometimes overwhelming trying to keep up for startups founders who already wear many different hats. From Google search updates to new features on Facebook, better ways of measuring success online and new tools to make life easy, this free digital marketing masterclass aims to show startups and entrepreneurs what they need to do to market their businesses online.

Speakers
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Ayode Akinfemiwa

Agency Relationship Manager, Google & Expert Digital & Brand Manager.
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Sola Amusan

Corporate Citizenship Lead, Microsoft & Founder Curators University for Social Impact Entrepreneur



Monday September 26, 2016 15:30 - 16:30
Oriental Hotel Lekki

17:00

Opening Ceremony (How We Did It - Beyond the Hype)
Entrepreneurship can be a tough and long journey for many people. Some get lucky and succeed the first time.  For any entrepreneur, the route from idea to established business is a long and winding one.If you want to startup a successful business come learn how.

Hear Inspiring stories from entrepreneurs on their backstory and how they made it. The hustle, Challenges and some of the biggest lessons they have learned.


Speakers
avatar for Bambo Akani

Bambo Akani

Founder, Making of a Champion
avatar for Kasope Ladipo-Ajai

Kasope Ladipo-Ajai

Founder Omoalata, Winner Of 'She Leads Africa' 2015 Pitch Competition
avatar for Jide Martin

Jide Martin

Founder, Comic Republic
avatar for Olumide Olayinka

Olumide Olayinka

Founder, StartupLagos
Olumide Olayinka is a graduate of University Surrey, UK  and the Founder of StartupLagos  - Organiser of the Lagos Startupweek.  He is a alumnus of General Electric (Lagos) Garage;Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society.  He is focused on fostering entreprenurial ecosystem in Africa  
avatar for Ola Orekunrin

Ola Orekunrin

Founder of Flying Doctors, TedX Fellow
avatar for Ada Osakwe

Ada Osakwe

Founder, Nuli Juice
avatar for Ope Owosho

Ope Owosho

Founder, Home Forte
Opeyemi Owososo is a graduate of Engineering from the University of Lagos and the Founder/CEO and Production Manager of Fitco Technology company - the only company that manufactures table-top gas stoves locally in Nigeria.  He is a alumnus of General Electric (Lagos) Garage; He is focused on building the largest manufacturing company (with a focus on home appliances) from Africa.
avatar for Lanre Oyedotun

Lanre Oyedotun

Co-Founder/CEO at Delivery Science Inc.



Monday September 26, 2016 17:00 - 21:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki
 
Tuesday, September 27
 

10:30

Innovation Nation: Government and startups co-building the future

The rapid emergence of startups in Nigeria is catalyzing the ability of the nation to enhance its productivity, generate employment, and appeal to international consumers and investors. In order for these emerging enterprises to serve as true engines of economic growth, government must play a role in creating an enabling environment that allows these businesses to thrive. This includes:

  • Policies and regulations that lower barriers to entry in the market (tax, subsidies, preferential regulation, investment capital, etc)

  • Quality education systems to meet market demands

  • Access to global markets and supply chain

  • Business support services

  • Education and workforce development

In Lagos specifically, government has been playing a pivotal role in co-creating the future with the private sector and with universities. Here we discuss break-throughs and set-backs.



Speakers
avatar for Obafela Bank-Olemoh

Obafela Bank-Olemoh

Special Adviser to the Lagos State Governor on Education., Lagos State Government
Mr. Obafela Bank-Olemoh is an astute visionary, strategist and administrator per excellence with a verifiable track record of impact in his almost 20 years of professional and social service engagements. Representing a new generation of middle-aged Nigerians, he is passionately committed to the realization of the “New Nigeria”. Before his recent appointment as the Special Adviser to the Lagos State Governor on Education, he was... Read More →
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Mobolade Ekujumi

Vice President, Business Development, Venture Garden Group.
CN

Chioma Nwagboso

Private Sector Advisor,, GIZ
avatar for Gossy Ukanwoke

Gossy Ukanwoke

Founder, Beni American University
Gossy is a Higher Education Investor, supporting access to Learning and Education for young people in under-served communities. He has worked with African governments on the development of policies to assist in creating better access, quality and relevance of learning in higher education institutions. He founded BAU Research and Development in 2012.  Through BAU R&D, he founded  Beni American... Read More →
AU

Ada Umeofia

Architect/Designer, The OS Space



Tuesday September 27, 2016 10:30 - 11:30
Oriental Hotel Lekki

11:30

Masterclass: User Experience & Product Development

“How to stand out from the crowd”

In a recession, consumers have less disposable income, so brands compete even more fiercely for a share of scarce resources. So how do you differentiate yourself from the competition? Featuring examples from local and global brands that stand head and shoulders above their competitors because they provide unique experiences for their customers. Get tips you can use as a startup to differentiate yourself to your target market.

 




Tuesday September 27, 2016 11:30 - 13:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

13:00

Masterclass: Building Successful Mobile Apps
This hands-on and interactive workshop is a simple introduction to the tools and techniques of Mobile app Development and a deep dive into how to integrate it into your work culture and process. small teams working with peers on practical business cases are an important aspect of this workshop.

You will leave with a framework for problem solving, a set of tools to use and share, and a practical way to put it to use tackling a problem you face in your work - immediately.

Speakers
avatar for Abiola Ibrahim

Abiola Ibrahim

Google Developer Group
avatar for Kendra Nnachi

Kendra Nnachi

Microsoft


Tuesday September 27, 2016 13:00 - 14:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

14:00

Women who Launch
This event is committed to increasing the number of women entrepreneurs starting high growth ventures by providing the resources, network, and knowledge for the launch and growth of their company

It aspires to support gender equal entrepreneurial ecosystems by empowering women to engage with entrepreneurship, whether as founders, funders or team members

Connecting women to inspiring role models and an opportunity to discuss what it takes to launch and scale a new business venture.

 


Speakers
avatar for Anike Lawal

Anike Lawal

Founder Mamalette.com
avatar for Dupe Macaulay

Dupe Macaulay

Founder Capital Square @capsqr
avatar for Bolanile Olatunji

Bolanile Olatunji

MSM Country Manager at Mara Group - ‎Mara Group



Tuesday September 27, 2016 14:00 - 16:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

16:00

Masterclass : Digital Illustration
Comic Republic  in Collaboration with StartupLagos   would be hosting a Workshop on Digital illustratiuon 

This session would entail the following 
  1. How to use African Superhero Comic Books to change the reputation narrative of Africa. Th​​e concept of heroes as icons.
  2. How to write a good story.
  3. How to illustrate and colour a comic book story. 
  4. Marketing your product to a global audience

Speakers
avatar for Jide Martin

Jide Martin

Founder, Comic Republic



Tuesday September 27, 2016 16:00 - 17:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

17:00

PRIVATE : Developing a new generation of female angel investors for Africa
The Women's Circle of Harvard Business School Association of Nigeria (HBSAN) in partnership with She Leads Africa cordially invites you to the following event -

Theme: Developing a new generation of female angel investors for Africa.
The event will consist of two panel discussions with experienced angel investors and female entrepreneurs seeking angel investors. This event is for women looking to learn about angel investing, to network with experienced angel investors and to connect with female entrepreneurs. 

Speakers
avatar for Kasope Ladipo-Ajai

Kasope Ladipo-Ajai

Founder Omoalata, Winner Of 'She Leads Africa' 2015 Pitch Competition
avatar for Honey Ogundeyi

Honey Ogundeyi

Honey Ogundeyi is the Founder and CEO of Fashpa.com . Fashpa.com is Nigeria’s Leading Online Fashion Retailer and one of the first online-only fashion technology companies in Nigeria. Honey is an internet and brand management expert with over 10 years leadership experience from various industries ranging from management consulting, banking, e-business and telecoms. | | She was previously Industry Manager at Google, where she was... Read More →
avatar for Chika Uwazie

Chika Uwazie

CEO, Talentbase
Chika Uwazie is the CEO of TalentBase Nigeria, a HR software for growing enterprises. She is an advocate for women in technology and SME development. | | Chika obtained her Masters in Strategic Human Capital Management at Georgetown University and before joining TalentBase, she worked at several international organizations including The Whitaker Group, World Bank, and Exxon Mobil. Additionally, she is a World Economic Global Shaper... Read More →



Tuesday September 27, 2016 17:00 - 21:00
American Guest Quarters

19:00

Fashion Technology - & Drinks
Tuesday September 27, 2016 19:00 - 21:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki
 
Wednesday, September 28
 

09:00

From University Research to Real World Innovation

From University Research to Real World Innovation

Universities are critical to the future growth of any economy and are to be at the forefront of research and discovery .

Join us to learn more about how the cutting edge research of various academic institutions and students are being turned into commercially viable innovations, bringing benefit, economic activity and jobs to the world.

Businesses across all industries depend on cutting-edge research that will allow them to compete and deliver the products and services their customers demand. Nigerian Higher institutions have a wide range of talented inventors in science and technology.

This workshop would explain how inventions and technologies can be developed by academic institutions to help tackle real-world issues and problems.





Wednesday September 28, 2016 09:00 - 11:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

11:00

Towards a Smart City - Energy, Access and Social Impact
An extraordinary session of discussing climate change, energy conservation and electricity
issues amongst others. The importance of the energy sector to Africa’s economic success
cannot be undermined. This year, we hope to highlight and proffer solutions through our
gathering of start ups, industry experts and academic professionals in the energy sector.
Last year we focused on building smart cities, this year we’d be looking more at alternative
energy sources and its subsequent impact on businesses.
We’re looking forward to seeing this event unfold and see what innovations for urban
living would come out of the event.

Speakers
avatar for Ayo Adegboye

Ayo Adegboye

Managing Director, Business Connexion
avatar for Tolu Ijogun

Tolu Ijogun

MD/CEO, DIGITAL DIRECT LTD
CEO Digital Direct


Wednesday September 28, 2016 11:00 - 13:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

12:30

Manufacturing & Hardware : The Next Era of Global Growth
In this session: we explore the viability of cutting-edge technologies such as 3D printing, in accelerating and enabling a true manufacturing layer, sustained and powered by bottom-up innovation, Maker culture and market-forces. Economists argue that Africa’s decade-long growth has been stunted, putting the continent’s ‘Africa Rising’ narrative at risk. Why? Its lack of a mature manufacturing industry. Despite many attempts to resuscitate this key Nigerian sector, it has remained a laggard, far behind the successes of the telecoms and financial sector. Manufacturing equips a nation with the capabilities to export competitive home-grown products to play on a global scale. Future global economic growth drivers point towards new technology opportunties at the intersection between software, data and hardware. From Facebook to Amazon, we have entered the Age of the Maker, where physical devices and solutions bring digital efficiencies into the real world. 3D Printing technologies will set product development and manufacturing free – reducing SME costs and accelerating product go-to-market - much like the internet democratized information.

Join us for a special panel and debate, with leading local and global experts within manufacturing, product design / development and 3D printing, to explore the future of manufacturing.


NASA Space Apps Nigeria's mission is to catalyze effective, home-grown innovation through community-led collaboration, and local capacity-building efforts. It achieves this by connecting youth and ecosystem , to broader technologies, thought-leadership, fit-for-purpose tools and global knowledge-transfer players.

Moderators
avatar for Oluseye Soyode-Johnson

Oluseye Soyode-Johnson

Innovation and Business Development Expert, Ericsson

Speakers
avatar for Nifemi Marcus-Bello

Nifemi Marcus-Bello

Team Lead Industrial Designer, Tecno Design Lab
SD

Stephen D. L. Pinkrah

Stephen D. L. Pinkrah is a Snr Partner with iVEN Consult, a subsidiary of the iVEN group, where he spearheads the 3D Printing arm of the business. Alongside a partnership with Joshnelly, they are the exclusive West African partners for Stratasys, the largest 3D Printer Manufacturers in the world, and its subsidiary, Makerbot. | | Stephen is a graduate of the University of Lagos. He began his entrepreneurial adventure while still at UNILAG with a... Read More →
avatar for Richard Tanksley

Richard Tanksley

Director, GE Garage
avatar for Sam Uduma

Sam Uduma

CEO Supergeeks



Wednesday September 28, 2016 12:30 - 14:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

14:30

Lagos Comic Con
The event features a central stage for exhibition/sales, keynotes and panels, multiple rooms for workshops, master classes and presentations, and an area dedicated to co-working, networking and interactive installations.

Also there are lots of competitions and movie screenings that make the event fun to be at. The Creative industry has emerged as one of the world’s most dynamic economic sectors. Available data shows that the creative industry has facilitated cultural, social and economic development in most developed economies.

As Nigeria tries to diversify her economy and move away from its over dependence on oil, the creative industry can play a role in this process with the government fully not understanding the potential of Nigeria’s creative industry.  Our goal this year is to bring a correlation between Nigeria's Creative industry and the growth in its economy.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Ibrahim Adeola Ganiyu

Ibrahim Adeola Ganiyu

My full name is Ibrahim Adeola Ganiyu, (AKA Sir GAI). I’m a Brand Communications Consultant, Creative entrepreneur, Illustrator, Graphics Designer, Comic book creator and artist, Hobbyist Writer and Creativity Coach.
avatar for Hugo Obi

Hugo Obi

Founder, Maliyo Games
Hugo Obi is the founder of Maliyo Games – the first indigenous gaming company in Nigeria and one of the early pioneers of mobile gaming in Sub-Saharan Africa. Hugo is a visionary entrepreneur with interests in the development of mobile content for Africa’s growing mobile consumers. In the last 4 years, Hugo has built mobile games and apps relevant to the Nigerian consumers. He is using games as a tool to share the African story with... Read More →
avatar for Judith Okonkwo

Judith Okonkwo

Judith Okonkwo: is a Tech Evangelist, Business Psychologist and Organisation Development practitioner who has worked in Africa, Asia and Europe. Over the last 15 years her career has taken her through a range of sectors including financial services, defence, education, aviation and management consulting; and organization types from SMEs to academia to FTSE 100 global corporates. These include British Airways and more recently Andela, where she... Read More →



Wednesday September 28, 2016 14:30 - 16:30
Oriental Hotel Lekki

17:00

Masterclass: The Business of Photography
A point where Photographers Come
to Be More Connected and Inspired
The session is dedicated to everything photography, from inspiring enthusiasts, to providing professional photographers with access to exclusive networking and giving leading
photography brands the opportunity to show the audience first-hand the technologies and accessories that they offer.
This is the event for everyone passionate about photography!

Speakers
avatar for Segun Olotu

Segun Olotu

Founder, Sottu Photography
Sottu



Wednesday September 28, 2016 17:00 - 18:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

18:00

The Songs, The Sounds, The Business
Speakers
KA

Katung Aduwak

Senior Channel manager and Creative Director Viacom networks, MTV/Mtvbase/Bet/Nickelodeon /Comedy central
avatar for King James Jonathan

King James Jonathan

Group Head, Radio Networks, Consolidated Media Associates Group Ltd (operators of Soundcity 98.5 and Urban 96.5)
BO

Bizzle Osikoya

Leading Nigerian entertainment consultant


Wednesday September 28, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

19:00

Africa Fintech Meetup
The Africa Fintech Network is bringing together the main ecosystem players in the fintech space in each region to engage, connect, collaborate and grow. Through meetups, conferences and seminars we are enabling startups and entrepreneurs to come together with banks, insurance companies, regulators, global fintech and tech experts, and investors, in order to exchange ideas and knowledge, learn, and join forces. Take part in changing the future of Africa through finance and technology.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Madaki

Andy Madaki

Founder of the African Fintech Network



Wednesday September 28, 2016 19:00 - 21:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki
 
Thursday, September 29
 

11:00

UX Masterclass - Making Products People Love
https://goo.gl/YFAjG0
The UX Masterclass is a 2 hour hands-on workshop for professionals who want to learn how to create Products that people love.

You won't become a professional UX Designer in 2 hours, but you'll leave this class with a simple framework that you can use to make your products better. Project Based Learning - How the class will work.

The only way to really learn something is to learn by doing, so in this class, we are going to take a real user problem and go through the steps  of solving that problem with design
  1. First, we'll define a simple problem. Who the user is, what they want and what they are trying to achieve with this feature.
  2. Then we'll split into small groups, brainstorm some possible solutions together, create a quick user-flow and make some simple sketches.
  3. We'll then decide on a few to move forward with, turn them into wireframes and test them.
  4. We'll use what we learn to create the final mockup that will proceed into the design stage.
Come and join us at cranium one for this fun interactive session. All you need is your laptop and an internet connection (which Cranium One will provide).

Speakers
FO

Felix Oginni

My name is Felix, I'm a Full-Stack web developer and UI/UX Designer, currently working out of Lagos. I stumbled into web development about 4 years ago while trying to build a product for a startup I was working on at the time. I have since taught almost 5000 people how to code and I'm working on a simplar product to help people learn Product Design (UI/UX). | | In my day job right now, I help Silicon Valley companies find high quality design... Read More →


Thursday September 29, 2016 11:00 - 13:00
Cranium One Plot 1 Towry close, Victoria Island, Lagos

15:00

Innovating Justice Boostcamps West Africa

HiiL, in partnership with the Ford Foundation, is delighted to invite you to the Innovating Justice Boostcamp taking place in Lagos on 29 September 2016! This event will highlight this year’s semi-finalists for the HiiL SME Empowerment- and Family Justice Challenges.

The justice start-ups were carefully selected from more than 400 candidates from all over Africa. During the boostcamp, the entrepreneurs will pitch their justice innovation, after which the best will be selected and reviewed by a jury. During the boostcamp, the best innovations will be selected and reviewed by a jury, who will advise the selection of finalists who will pitch for the Innovating Justice Awards and acceleration funding worth over € 160 000!

The Innovating Justice Boostcamp will have key-note addresses followed by pitches, panel discussions and interactive working sessions that bring together the different worlds of entrepreneurs, investors, civil society, justice professionals and academia. We are proud thatiDEA is a supporting partner for this event.

The selected start-ups in West Africa are: 

- AnthonyRhodes (Nigeria, Family)

- Moh Ni Bah (Cote d'Ivoire, Family)

- Just Land (Ghana, Family)

- New Voices Sustain Community Based Paralegal and Village Mediators (Nigeria, Family)

- Insurance Manager App (Nigeria, SME)

- SwiftLaw (Ghana, SME)

Please visit this page or our website for updates about the event! More information about HiiL's Accelerator programme and other boostcamps can also be found on our website. 

Questions about tickets and the event can also be adressed to innovatingjusticeforum@hiil.org.  

We look forward to hosting you at the event, so that together we can encourage these young innovators who are solving real justices problems in West Africa

HiiL Justice Accelerator Team

Programme Structure (subject to changes)

15:00-15:30:  Arrival & Registration

15:30-15:40:  Kickoff by HiiL

15:40-16:00:  Keynote

16:00-16:45:  Panel session, incl. Q& A

16:45-17:15:  Break (networking)

17:15-18:15:  Pitches, incl Q&A

18:15-19:00:  Co- creation sessions with innovators

19:00-19:20:  Jury debrief 

19:20-19:30:  Closing remarks

19:30-20:30:  Drinks, Food, DJ/music (networking)



Thursday September 29, 2016 15:00 - 20:30
IDEA Hub Lagos 296 Herbert Macaulay Way Sabo, Yaba., Lagos, Lagos

17:30

Women who Launch - Cocktail Style
Thursday September 29, 2016 17:30 - 19:30
Capital Square 114b Ilupeju Street, Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos.
 
Friday, September 30
 

10:00

Masterclass: Effective Customer Service
This hands-on and interactive workshop is a simple introduction to the tools and techniques of Customer Service and a deep dive into how to integrate it into your work culture and process. small teams working with peers on practical business cases are an important aspect of this workshop.

You will leave with a framework for problem solving, a set of tools to use and share, and a practical way to put it to use tackling a problem you face in your work - immediately.

Speakers
avatar for Dayo Adetona

Dayo Adetona

Samsung
Head Customer Service Samsung



Friday September 30, 2016 10:00 - 11:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

10:00

Exhibition
Friday September 30, 2016 10:00 - 17:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

11:00

Masterclass: Growth hacking your startup
Speakers
avatar for ABASS

ABASS

Wild-Fusion


Friday September 30, 2016 11:00 - 12:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

11:00

RUSH HOUR : Digital Direct
Digital Direct Store in Admiralty offers up to20 %discounts on Inverter all through the week 


Friday September 30, 2016 11:00 - 23:30
Digital Direct 69b Admiralty Way, Lekki

12:00

The future of Retail , Ecommerce & Payment
ecommerce industry is at a crossroads with new tech innovations, platforms and data creating dramatic shifts in how everyone from individual sellers to global brands market and sell their goods and services online. Hear from the industry's leading thinkers about the most important trends and developments in global e-commerce . ( Payment, Logistics, Customer service , Outsourcing e.t.c)This event prides itself on bringing you the latest trends and industry developments. We are able to give you a deeper understanding of what is happening in the world of selling online

Speakers
avatar for Shola Akinlade

Shola Akinlade

Founder, PayStack
Founder Paystack
OA

Olamide Amosun

Marketing Manager, Inifinix
SB

Sefik Bagdadiglou

MD, Jumia Market
KD

Kusha Dutta

MD, Jumia Travel
DR

Deepankar Rustagi

MD, Vconnect
avatar for Yuliy Shenfeld

Yuliy Shenfeld

Country Manager, Jiji.ng


Friday September 30, 2016 12:00 - 15:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

15:00

Knowing When to PIvot
Changing your business model or Pivoting does't mean failure. This session covers information on when & How to Pivot.It will feature entrepreneurs who have successfully changed the course of their business and how they Did it. This will Involve both Talk & a Panel discussion

Speakers
avatar for Silas

Silas

Nerve Mobile 
avatar for Sheriff Shittu

Sheriff Shittu

Founder, Showroom.ng



Friday September 30, 2016 15:00 - 16:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

16:00

18:00

LaunchPad
The Launchpad is a platform where the most innovative startups from Africa get a platform to launch their products and announce to Africa and the World, what they have developed.

This session also  provides an opportunity for already existing businesses to launch new features and new products while also providing an opportunity to interact with both existing and prospective customers.

6 Starups confirmed to be launching
 

Friday September 30, 2016 18:00 - 20:00
Oriental Hotel Lekki

20:00

Deals & Drinks @ the BAR
Friday September 30, 2016 20:00 - 21:30
TBA