Today, I’m excitedly announcing the first edition of the Lagos [Startup Digest].
Startup Digest started in Silicon Valley and in 15 weeks has already attracted over 15,000 subscribers and received endorsements from some of the most high profile entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley – many of whom have encouraged us to expand the list to Lagos, Nigeria because they believe that there is a massive amount of unrealized potential in the startup community here.
Here’s what it looks like:
I offered to curate the Lagos [Startup Digest] in order to share the knowledge of the best Lagos events for techies and entrepreneurs with others and to better understand the startup community here.
To subscribe to the Lagos [Startup Digest], visit TheStartupDigest.com and select Lagos [Startup Digest] on the list. If you know of other events, want to host your own event, or know people we should reach out to, please email me at loy [at] thestartupdigest.com
Even TechCrunch featured Startup Digest a few weeks ago, where they called it “a pretty smart idea” and it’s attracted folks like Guy Kawasaki and other Silicon Valley heavyweights to subscribe to the list as well.
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