Posted by Amechi Obiakpu, Lagos | 19 July 2016 | 2,358 times
Technology experts and ideas driven organisations as well as tech-savvy individuals will converge this weekend in Lagos, for the 2016 edition of Techplus, a technology conference and exhibition.
Like its maiden edition held last year, Techplus 2016 according to organisers will focus on innovative ideas that drive businesses.
The event is scheduled to hold at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos, on Friday and Saturday, July 22 and 23, 2016.
Managing Director, Connect Marketing, Tunji Adeyinka, organisers of the event said: “TechPlus Conference and Expo is a place where new technology comes to life, new products are launched and innovations converge to provide manufacturers, concept generators, software and hardware companies, as well as content developers a unique platform to bring their products and services to life.”
Adeyinka observed that the event was created as a platform where brands can connect with key decision makers and their target audience. This, he said is evident in the caliber of premium brands that have signed to come onboard for the TechPlus 2016 event.
Techplus 2016 is themed ‘A Connected World’, and it’s expected to attract over 10,000 delegates, 60 conference speakers, 100 exhibitors, 3,000 gamers and hackers, and a vast array of tech-savvy, insight-driven delegates across diverse sectors.
Features of the conference will include Exhibition, Gaming, High-level networking and many partner events.
The event will also provide an avenue for advanced technological discourse, innovation, top level networking for business players in Nigeria, Africa and beyond.
Speakers at the event include, Tony Scot, United States Chief Information Officer; Omobola Johnson, Chairperson, Alliance for Affordable Internet; Juliet Anammah, CEO of Jumia Nigeria; Alon Lits, GM Sub-Saharan Africa, Uber; Helen Anatogu CEO, Idea Hub and Monique Woodard, Co-Founder and Venture Partner, 500 Startups among others.
•Photo shows Tunji Adeyinka.
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