Teens Code Conference, Tech Women Lagos and Other Tech Events this Week
Hi there! It’s a new week filled with tech events and as usual we at Technext have compiled a list of events you may want to be a part of. These events come up between 18th and 23rd March.
NOTAP & NITDA Stakeholders Roundtable on the use of Nigerian Software in the Financial Sector
This event is organised by the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP), National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and the Computer Warehouse Group (CWG). It is geared towards informing stakeholders in the financial sector to recognize its supporting role in a better-connected, better-informed industry.
The event also aims to support indigenous companies and help them run their business more efficiently by creating more networking opportunities and chances to share their products and services with their customers.
Venue: Radisson Blue Hotel, GRA Ikeja, Lagos.
Date: Monday, March 18, 2019.
Time: 9 am.
Diverse Roles in Tech – a Tech Women Lagos Panel Discussion
This event would feature 4 women who have built impressive careers in tech. They will share details about their journeys and the diverse roles that exist within technology. Note: The event is strictly for women
Venue: Paystack HQ, Ikeja GRA, Lagos.
Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019.
Time: 4 pm.
You can click here to register.
Teens Code Conference
Teens Code Conference is a tech event for teens. It teaches them to be innovative, collaborative, and creative. The event aims to education young Nigerians in technology, skills which could turn them into technology leaders who build positive societies in the future.
The event helps students to understand the opportunities in the science, technology and engineering industries and meet other students who are using technology in amazing ways.
Venue: Pistis Hub, Ikorodu, Lagos.
Date: Friday, March 22nd 2019.
Time: 9 am.
You can click here to attend.
Tech Women Lagos and Mines Workshop: Leading Complex Organizations
This workshop would feature the MD of Mines, Adia Sowho who will be sharing her experiences as a decision maker and executive of innovative and technologically complex Nigerian businesses.
Organised strictly for women, the event would see Adia speak on the methods she has used to build thriving organizational structures occupied by high-performance teams that lead business transformation across multiple organizations.
Venue: Africa Fintech Foundry, Lagos.
Date: Saturday, March 23, 2019.
Time: 12 pm.
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