MobileMonday (MoMo), the global networking event that gathers mobile enthusiasts, developers and visionaries in the mobile space in different countries launched a Nigerian chapter, MoMo Nigeria in March 2011.
This May, the 2nd meetup of mobile enthusiasts and developers in Lagos, Nigeria have been organized by MoMo Nigeria.
The event details are as follows:
Date: Monday, May 23, 2011
Venue: Robert’s (Brown’s) Cafe, 16B Akin Olugbade Street Victoria Island, Lagos.
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM (GMT+1)
Theme: Government Policy & Mobile Business in Nigeria
5:00 – 5:29 Arrivals
5:30 – 5:35 Welcome
5:36 – 5:42 MoMo Nigeria Update
5:43 – 6:00 Theme Introduction
6:01 – 6:47 Moderated Discussion
6:48 – 7:09 Policy Proposals
7:10 – 7:50 Networking + Light snacks
7:51 – 8:00 Closing
Since 2000, MobileMonday chapters have been meeting offline at physical monthly events – around the world – to explore the many new and exciting opportunities of the mobile industry.
MoMo is a tool to help the mobile industry achieve benefits for everyone by spreading knowledge and encouraging people with good ideas to take action.
So join “mobile folks” in Lagos at MobileMonday this evening to examine how mobile tools and technologies can contribute to making our neighborhoods, our cities, our societies, and our lives better.
View photos from the 1st Mobile Monday event in Lagos here.
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