3 Tech Events You Should Not Miss This Year
This is an interesting period in the technology sector in Nigeria.
Great tech solutions are being churned out daily.
If you are looking to become a significant player in this industry, you probably need as much education as you can get.
There is no better way to get such education than attending tech conferences.
Several of such tech conference have already held this year but below are 3 of them that you may still find very useful.
1. Startupsouth: Startupsouth is a technology/entrepreneurship conference that gathers tech influencers, investors and tech entrepreneurs under one roof to discuss trends, opportunities and share ideas.
The maiden edition held in Port Harcourt in 2015, followed by another successful edition last year. The third edition is coming up this year but this time in the Enyimba City of Aba, Abia State.
The event will hold on November 9.
Pre-conferences have been planned for Enugu on September 16, 2017, Uyo on September 19, 2017, Owerri on September 22, 2017, Asaba on September 28, 2017 and in Port Harcourt on October 5, 2017, said Uche Aniche who is the convener.
The participants of the conference will have the opportunity of a guided tour of Aba's manufacturing hubs on November 8 2017 - one day before the main event on November 9, 2107.
If you own a startup, you should endeavour to be there. Chances are you may hook up with investors or even land a grant to help your funding.
2. AgricTech Summit: If you are an agricultural investor, innovation driver, thought leader, technology enthusiast, technology developer, or financier, then you don’t want to miss the AgricTech Summit 2017.
The summit will enlighten attendees on the myriad of opportunities that abound in technology driven mechanized farming.
It promises to be one of Africa’s most important exhibitions in the field of agricultural technology, as experts will have a platform to promote their brands and access firsthand information from conversations at the event.
The summit will hold on September 27 in Lagos, with former President Olusegun Obasanjo as the keynote speaker.
3. Business Meets Technology: Business Meets technology, BMT is a special tech event targeting women.
BMT is an event that inspires and empowers women to embrace and leverage technology in their businesses.
It provides an opportunity to learn how to grow your business through technology.
The conference is organised by Women Economic Leadership and Transformation Initiative.
It will hold in Lagos on November 4th.