South-South/South-East tech group hold startup stakeholders summit
South-South/South-East Innovation Community Stakeholders will converge in Enugu for the Second Edition of Stakeholders’ Summit from February 7-8, 2020. Conversations at the summit will cover the state of the ecosystem, human capital development and collaborative goals for the regions’ innovation community leaders.
Speakers include Kingsley Eze, (Founder of Tenecee), Arinze Chilo-Offiah, (SA, SME Development and Head, SME Centre, Enugu), Ibifuro Asawo, (Co-founder Cinfores & SSA, ICT, Rivers State) and others.
The Summit is powered by #StartupSouth and supported by GenesysTech Hub, Digital Dreams, Greenage Technologies and Enugu SME Centre.
Attendance is open to all Innovation leaders in the region but access is strictly by invitation. To attend, kindly register via this link bit.ly/sse-stakeholders and wait for a confirmation.
Arinze Chilo-Offiah, Special Adviser on SME & Investment said “Enugu is happy to host the innovation community stakeholders from across the South-South/South-East at this summit. The SME Centre’s partnership is a reflection of the current aspirations of His Excellency Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s administration signalling that Enugu is more than ready for business. Enugu’s leadership is hugely motivated to energize the SME, creative and digital economy space.
On why they are hosting, Ekene Odum, Operations director at Genesys Tech Hub said, we are supporting this summit because at Genesys Tech Hub, we believe that collaboration achieves greater results than individual dispersed efforts can.
Speaking about the event, Uche Aniche – the Convener of #StartupSouth – said, this edition (following the first edition which was hosted by Oluaka Institute in Owerri in 2018) will afford ecosystem leaders the opportunity to reflect on the progress achieved so far and chart a new course for the regional innovation community in the new decade.