Monday, July 24, 2017 10:30 AM / First Bank of Nigeria
The Coworking Conference is a global event that happens in major cities all over the world from London, Dublin and New York to Cape Town, Penang and Melbourne. And for the first time, it is here in Lagos!
Global Coworking leading platforms, including DeskMag, Coworking Africa, Coworking Insights and Coworker, are collaborating with Venia Business Hub to host Nigeria's first Coworking Conference on July 27th 2017, in Lagos.
This July 2017, the long-awaited event will bring together global experts, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, and leading figures in Nigeria's Coworking industry, to explore the drivers of the growth in Coworking spaces in Nigeria, and the opportunities and value being created. Speaking at the event are Kola Aina – Founder Ventures Park; Red Africa Cofounders, Adebola Williams and Chude Jideonwo; Leanne Beesley – Cofounder Coworker.com; Executive Secretary of Lagos State Employment Trust Fund, Akin Oyebode; Fidelity Bank GM Managed SMEs, Trade Missions & Export, Ken Opara; and COO Nextzon Consulting and Board Member of Lagos Angel Network, Segun Olukoya, amongst others.
"The opportunities that lie in the value-chain of Coworking in Nigeria as a nascent industry is unprecedented. This conference presents the right avenue for players, investors, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders to explore the endless possibilities of the sector" said Kola Oyeneyin, the Creator of Coworking Conference Nigeria, and Founder of Venia Business Hub - one of Nigeria’s first Coworking spaces.
The Conference is set to hold on 27th July, 2017 at IMAX Filmhouse, Lekki, Lagos. It is FREE for pre-qualified entrepreneurs, freelancers, service providers and investors but limited seats are available. Log on to www.coworkingng.co to register, get involved and secure your seat; and follow the conversation across social media via @Coworkingng and #CoworkNG
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