TechSummitOgun will convey leading stakeholders within the tech start-up and innovation ecosystem in Nigeria to engage in discussions and explore solutions needed to drive and grow early stage tech ecosystem within Ogun State, to an active innovation district.
Stakeholders in the telecommunication companies, academia, policymaking and technology community are set to address the issues around digital innovation at the Ogun State tech summit 2018.
Poised to be a platform for convergence of novel ideas, people, organizations and future disruptors, the 2018 Technology Summit Ogun seek to stimulate an awakening of possibilities leveraging technology and innovation for development
More than 1000 individuals, organisations and future disruptors are expected to gather in Abeokuta, Ogun State, for The TechSummitOgun 2018.
A statement by the Special Adviser to the Ogun State Governor on Information and Strategy, Rotimi Durojaiye, stated that the summit themed ‘Disruptive Innovation: Where Are We?’ would hold in Abeokuta next week.
According to the statement, discussants will explore solutions to drive digital innovation and growth from the early-stage nascent phase of technology innovation.
It added that speakers at the summit would address topics such as innovation and start-ups, education, innovation and financing as well as innovation and digital media.
It stated the summit would be characterised by keynote addresses, plenary sessions and breakout sessions.
Some of the topics to be treated at plenary, according to the statement, are “Promoting Ogun as a technological and innovation hub in Nigeria; Start-up, education and the digital age: leveraging social and traditional media for growth; Pitching the media, what works?; and Turning student into founders: How to run an effective start-up.”
More than 1000 individuals, organisations and future technology disruptors are expected to gather in Abeokuta, Ogun State, for a technology summit tagged ‘The TechSummitOgun 2018.’ With the theme ‘Disruptive Innovation; Where Are We?’ the summit scheduled to hold in Abeokuta