10 Young Tech Game Changers Invited To Technology Times Summit 2011
The organizers of the annual Technology Times Outlook Summit 2011 have selected 10 young Nigerian web entrepreneurs and innovators to participate at the Nigeria Technology Entrepreneurship Forum on Day 3 of the Summit.
The event is scheduled to hold from Tuesday, Feb 8 – Thursday, Feb 10, 2011 at the MUSON Centre in Lagos, Nigeria.
At the forum, the emerging web entrepreneurs will interface with established technology business leaders in Nigeria including Austin Okere, Group CEO, Computer Warehouse Group; Florence Seriki, Group CEO, Omatek; Leo Stan Ekeh, Chairman, Zinox Technologies, among others.
Here are the invited panelists:
1. Ore Somolu, Executive Director, Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC).
2. Gbenga Sesan, Executive Director, Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN).
3. Juliet Ehimuan, GM, Strategic Business Unit, Chams Plc.
4. Adebola Oni, MD/CEO, NaijaMotivation.
5. Bode Pedro, MD, Veda Technology.
6. Uche Eze, Founder, BellaNaija.
7. Nkemdilim Uwaje, CEO, FutureSoft.
8. Saheed Adepoju, Co-founder, Encipher Group.
9. Tayo Oviosu, Co-founder, Pagatech.
10. Loy Okezie, Founder, TechLoy.
Since its debut in 2008, Technology Times Business Outlook Summit has become Nigeria’s must-attend annual ICT event where decision makers accross the ICT ecosystem converge every February to point the compass in the direction of the industry is headed.
You can join these young technology game changers at the Technology Times Outlook 2011 and discover how they intend to shape the tech space in 2011 and beyond.
Register online for free at www.tech360.com.ng.
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