May Edition of CFA’s Startups Hangout to Feature 3 Successful Entrepreneurs
Are you an entrepreneur that’s ready to connect with other startups and learn new things? The May edition of the CFA’s Startups Hangout is just for you.
For the first time in 2018, small businesses, entrepreneurs and startups will converge for the CFA’s Startups Hangout on the 5th of May, 2018 at 53 Oladipo Bateye Street, GRA, Ikeja. https://t.co/pfDx1VJlHS
— Justice Godfrey (@JusticeOkam) April 18, 2018
Slated to hold on the 5th May, 2018, the CFA’s Startups Hangout, is a monthly forum where startups can get to meet, learn and grow. The Hangout will enable entrepreneurs learn successful entrepreneurs who have gone through what they are currently going through and how they overcame.
Also, startups would get to connect with other entrepreneurs and hopefully form new alliances as well as grow and sustain their businesses for the development of the Nigerian Entrepreneurial ecosystem in particular and the Nigerian economy in general.
The theme for this event is “Building the Right Relationships and Partnerships“. Three successful entrepreneurs have been scheduled to speak; Nkiru Balanwo (Managing Partner, RDF Strategies), Ojikutu Adeniyi (President of CAPDAN and CEO Pacific Network Solution Limited), and Muhammed Rudman (CEO, Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria, IXPN).
The May edition of the CFA’s Startups Hangout is partnered by TAMS, Remita, The Guardian, Nigerian Communications Week, and Connect Nigeria.
The event will hold at Oladipo Bateye Street, Ikeja GRA, Lagos. Registration is free but is compulsory for every startup that will be attending. Limited seats are available, therefore, you need to register early to book for a seat at the event.
You can click here to register for this edition of CFA’s Startups Hangout.
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