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ABAN to host innovation hubs, business angels session at #SMWLagos

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In Nigeria (as in most of Africa) startups complain about lack of funding opportunities and support from Angel Investors while Angel network members complain of lack quality investible startups.

There seems to be a disconnect or mismatch of expectations on both sides. Understanding expectations from both could possibly bridge this gap – but how would this work?

The Innovation Hubs & Business Angels session will explore experiences of hubs and angels in search for a solution.

Panelists including Yemi Keri ( Co-Founder, Rising Tide Africa), Kola Aina (Founder, Ventures Platform), Anna Ekolodo (Executive Director, Afrilabs), Leonard Stiegeler (Director at Ringier) and Uche Aniche ( Convener, #StartupSouth & Director, SSE Angels) moderated by Tomi Davies (President, ABAN) will be presenting their views on this issue and different approaches to resolving it including the VIRAL pathways framework by Village Capital & POEM by Tomi Davies.

If you are an Angel Investor, Hub owner or a startup looking for funding, you definitely don’t want to miss this session at Social Media Week Lagos on Wednesday, February 6, 2018 at 9:30m at Studio Suite, Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

If you are an Angel Investor, Hub owner or a startup looking for funding, you definitely don’t want to miss this session at Social Media Week Lagos on Wednesday, February 6, 2018 at 9:30m at SMW Lagos:

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