Connect with us

Business

Techplus 2017 targets startups’ growth

Published

on

The 2017 edition of Techplus Conference has identified deepening the growth of startups in Nigeria as the central focus of this year’s edition of the programme. The annual gathering is a platform that provides a tripartite technology exposure through conferences, exhibitions and gaming structures whilst serving as a nexus for knowledge sharing and networking for consumers and businesses.

According to a statement released by the organizers, experienced professionals share ideas on ways and methods to make Startups stand out, and how best to optimise the local ecosystem to get to the next level.

According to the organisers in a statement, aside empowering technology Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), other tracks on offer during the 2017 conference include Women in Tech, Tech Money, Tech for Development, C-suite, Content, Media and Marketing, Tech Kids, e- Sports and Tech Meets Life. Speakers during the Women in Tech session will address mentorship, promoting gender balance in technology and women empowerment. “Tech Kids will investigate the impact of devices and their technologies on families as well as parenting best practices in this new digital era.

The e-Sports track seeks to explain how the rise of gaming has become infused into society and continues to evolve worldwide,” the organisers said in a statement. Acknowledged as Africa’s largest technology conference and expos, this year’s edition of the programme has been slated for July 6-8 in Lagos.

Advertisements
Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Categories

Facebook

Trending

Take advantage of our impressive online traffic; advertise your brands and products on this site. Call For Advert Placement and Enquiries, Call: Mobile Phone:+234 803 304 2915 Online Editor: Michael Abimboye Mobile Phone: 0813 699 6757 Email: mmakesense@gmail.com Copyright © 2018 NewTelegraph Newspaper.

%d bloggers like this: