Nigeria startup capital city of Lagos is set to become the first African city to host Lagos Startup Week.
Organizers said they achieved through daring vision and fearless determination to build an exceptional company that breaks the boundaries of what is thought possible.
At the first Startup week in Africa, speakers will share their experiences and inspire participants.
Over the course of five days, participants in Startup Week can choose the events they’d like to attend. Typically these events are held at various venues across a city. Speakers from the community, and outside it, are brought in to share their story to motivate and inspire the entrepreneurial community. Local organizers select the tracks they feel are most relevant to their community and choose speakers based on those tracks.
Startup Week is a free, five-day celebration of the startup community that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship and SMEs.
The event from today Wednesday 20 May is 67 days away.