9 Startups To Demo At “Tech Open Day With Sarah Lacy” Event
Tech Open Day, an event that would provide an opportunity for Nigeria’s internet entrepreneurs to pitch their products and services to TechCrunch’s Sarah Lacy, is being organised by Co-Creation Hub and NigIntEnt.
Tech Open Day is an opportunity for Nigerian Internet Entrepreneurs and supporters of entrepreneurship to present their products and services to internationally acclaimed technology and entrepreneurship Journalist and Author, Sarah Lacy and other carefully selected stakeholders.
Some startups that will demo on the day include:
Bloovue helps advertisers connect with their audiences by providing simple and affordable online advertising on the largest online publishers in Nigeria.
Pagatech, an innovative, open, secure, and interoperable mobile payments platform that allows any person who has a mobile phone to transact electronically – thus turning the mobile phone into an electronic wallet.
Precurio, an open-source intranet solution designed for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
CashEnvoy, a web payment platform that caters fully to the need of merchants and customers.
Jobberman, a highly intuitive job search engine for Nigeria.
Skoola, an online platform for students, graduates and professionals to learn, research and test their knowledge.
Traffic Nigeria, a traffic monitoring application that allows road users to track traffic situation in Lagos and report same if they choose to.
ConnectNigeria, an information portal for Nigeria.
Dealfish, a free classifieds site where you can find ads from your neighbourhood. (Sponsors Demo)
The event will hold at Quez’ ville, Eko Gym and Spa Complex, 9b Akarigbere Close, Off Idejo Street, Off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos on Thursday May 5, 2011 at 4pm.
It’ll be a great opportunity for Lacy to meet with some of Nigeria’s tech entrepreneurs, and perhaps she could discover a local product or service worth mentioning in her next book or even on TechCrunch.
It will also be an opportunity to network with other active members of the Nigerian startup community.
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