Nigeria Tech Summit, the 2nd largest tech summit in West Africa, will hold virtually.
The purpose is to accelerate developments within the Africa tech ecosystem.
Alongside, it is hosting the largest tech tour in the continent, attracting leading investors and delegates from all over the world.
However, the summit will continually be an annual event until 2030 to align with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Hosting the summit is the Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE).
About Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE)
GSE is the organisers of the annual event, Nigeria Tech Summit.
It is the leading ecosystem that supports global development.
Hence, it is hosting the first and largest digital accelerator and also its tech summit programs in some targeted countries globally.
Its mission is to inspire, educate and prepare startup communities for a digital age, bringing the private and public stakeholders through tech and entrepreneurship in addressing humanity greatest problems.
Know that GSE is the fastest growing tech and business community.
Its online network accelerates over 1000 companies yearly, across over 90 countries and 7 regions.
The region includes Africa, America, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin American and the Middle East.
Also, GSE is at the frontline of tech industries-AI, space and the company’s offline network supports over 75,000 global delegates yearly through the Summit.
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The Nigeria Tech Summit will hold virtually on December 4, 2020, from 9 am to 5 pm WAT.
In attendance are 20 global speakers and 2000 digital delegates from countries across the globe.
The event is mainly for anyone interested in fostering development in Africa Ecosystem. Anyone in the category can attend the event as it is a global event.
But there are three options to gain entrance into the summit.
The first is Digital delegate; it is accessible to everyone for free.
Attendees in this option gain access to panels, workshops, and roundtable options.
However, the seats are limited, and only those confirmed will receive a confirmation email.
While the other is the Digital delegate VIP (recordings and PPT), which is accessible with a payment of $53.62.
Lastly, Digital Exhibitor (VIP/Marketing Feature) accessible with a payment of $176.66
In addition, prospective participants can register through this link.
Partnering with GSE includes the US embassy of Nigeria, Forbes, Google cloud, AWS, IBM Cloud, Zendesk and many more.
Also, GSE is giving rooms for interests in speaking, sponsorship, partnership, to know more send a mail to @globalstartupecosystem.com.
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