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Ehingbeti 2022: Techuncode, Vatebra Tech Co-Host Discussion On Building Real Mega City

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Ahead of the upcoming Lagos Economic Summit, Ehingbeti 2022, Techuncode, in partnership with the Vatebra Tech Hub, is coming together to host a community discussion on ‘Adopting Tech Innovations and Digital Transformation to Build a Real Mega City’ on the 7th of September, 2022, at Royal Office Building KM 25 Lekki – Epe Expressway Ajiwe Eti-Osa Ajiwe, Ajah, Ajiwe, 101245, Lagos.

This hub event is a part of the larger Hub Activation initiative, which builds towards the much-anticipated 2-day Ehingbeti Economic Summit themed ‘Lagos State 2022-2052: Charting the paths to Sustainable Socio-Economic Growth’ and slated for the 11th and 12th of October 2022. 

Techuncode – the official tech media partner of the Lagos state government – is geared up and excited to bring about a beneficial and eye-opening discussion with Vatebra Tech Hub, which would benefit the tech community and the State at large.

According to Techuncode, this hub activation is driven toward enhancing the inclusion of tech communities in vital discussions and decision-making processes that will shape the future economic landscape of Lagos state. 

Techuncode believes that facilitating conversations within smaller tech communities and hubs like Vatebra Tech Hub creates a rare opportunity for the government to interface with citizens and modern-day stakeholders and get solid feedback and practical insights into pressing issues.

Commenting on the importance of this discussion, the Business Development Manager of Techuncode- Taiye Abiri, expressed; 

“We are excited at the opportunity to be facilitating a discussion as critical as this. This discussion with Vatebra Tech Hub will surely be engaging and stimulating, and we encourage every tech enthusiast to register and participate actively. We believe that the ideas generated from here, and proffered at Ehingbeti would be instrumental in shaping the future of our valued tech communities, and our State as well.”

The discussion at the event will aim to reach a recommendable resolution, which will be proposed during the Ehingbeti Summit, as a means to bring about the advancement of tech in the mega-city. 

Although prepared to be a hybrid event, the hub discussion will have in attendance tech enthusiasts, startups, team leaders, and all interested individuals who wish to contribute their insights to the topic of discussion. 

Expected speakers include; Mathew Omoaka, Senior International Business Development Manager – Vatebra Limited; Charles Emebolu– Cofounder of Techquest STEM Academy & Director of Partnerships ISN Hubs; Aderonke Olubowale, Head of Operations – Shuttlers; Kolapo Ogungbile (moderator), Business and startup manager – Vatebra.

With their valued insights and experience in tech-driven solutions, their contributions promise to be actionable and precise.

The hub event is also supported by respected corporate entities, including Africa Tech Radio (ATR), Teksightedge Ltd., and Beyond Perception. 

Interested individuals and teams who wish to attend the hub discussion may click on the link (here) to register and view the full details of the scheduled events. 

In the meantime, you can follow this link to sign up and reserve a seat at the forthcoming LASG  Ehingbeti Economic Summit 2022.

About Vetebra Tech hub

Vatebra tech hub is a tech hub that aims to contribute to the tech ecosystem in Nigeria through the adoption of digital technology. Also, the innovation centre will be leveraging technology, innovation and entrepreneurship to reduce unemployment and drive economic growth. 

It would give access to quality, affordable technology education to children and youths in areas of Software development, Digital Skills and Robotics.

Vatebra Tech hub will also support start-ups with experiential skills, infrastructure, mentorship, access to funding and market linkages that they require to grow.

With its partnership with the Bank of Industry, It has plans to set up physical presences in three states (Lagos (Ajah), Bayelsa (Yenogoa and Otu-Orua), Kebbi and Kaduna states) and expand to six geo-political zones in Nigeria.

 

Agbaje Naomi is a writer at Techuncode. She is a communication enthusiast who enjoys putting her heart into her work. She is versatile; she loves to know about anything possible. If Naomi is not writing she is probably watching a movie or looking for something productive to do.

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