Ladies in Tech Meetup
Friday, December 14, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (WAT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You are cordially invited for a meetup for Nigerian Ladies in Tech at the CcHub.
At the meetup we want to explore how women can play a stronger role in Nigeria's growing information technology startup scene which currently seems disproportionately dominated by men. Our aim, to make 2013 the year of the Nigerian Girl Geek ;)
While we have female powerhouses in the Nigerian tech space with the likes of Funke Opeke (CEO, MainOne Cable Company), Juliet Ehimuan (Country Manager, Google Nigeria), Lynda Saint-Nwafor (CTO, MTN Nigeria), Florence Seriki, (MD/CEO Omatek Venture) and even Omobola Johnson (Hon. Minister of Information Technology), we want to create synergy to ensure there is a steady pipeline of young women in influential roles as the startup ecosystem opens up more in the coming years.
The purpose of this meetup is form a synergy amongst women in Tech and discover areas where we can collaborate, learn, grow, network and make maximum use of all the opportunities available in Tech particularly with regards to what the CCHUB community can provide.
Date: 14th December, 2012
Venue: CcHub, 6th Floor, 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos
Time: 5pm - 7.30pm
If you have any enquiries about the meet up, please call Damilola at 08038621694 or Femi at 08170686383.
You are encouraged to share this mail with other women in your network who would benefit from participating in the meet up.
We believe if we work together we can achieve great things and look forward to seeing you at the meetup.
When & Where
Co-Creation Hub Nigeria
CcHUB is Nigeria’s first open living lab and pre-incubation space designed to be a multi-functional, multi-purpose space where work to catalyze creative social tech ventures take place. The HUB is a place for technologists, social entrepreneurs, government, tech companies, impact investors and hackers in and around Lagos to co-create new solutions to the many social problems in Nigeria.