The U.S. Mission in Nigeria has expressed pleasure in its partnership with the Nigeria Tech Summit.
As part of the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria’s on-going efforts to promote entrepreneurship and economic growth, the Embassy in a statement made available to The Daily Report says it welcomes representation from creators and innovators from throughout Nigeria to participate in this virtual program.
The Statement quotes the Embassy as saying it will continue its commitment to Nigerian entrepreneurs to empower and lead during a time of crisis with resilient entrepreneurship and technology.
The Start-up Lab Virtual Bootcamp Accelerator with Silicon Valley mentors will be held on December 1, 2020. Selected delegates will get free access to the summit, mentorship, and a pitch competition opportunity to present to summit sponsors and partners on December 3rd.
The Embassy enjoins candidates based in Nigeria to apply here: https://forms.gle/P3CkAwKR4nVQWFX77. The deadline for submission is November 20th.
All those wishing to follow and participate in the Nigeria Tech Summit discussions, December3, 2020 on the Future of Work Redefined, Resilience featuring Nigerian success stories, and the Future of Learning are encouraged to register at www.nigeriatechsummit.com.
The U.S. Mission proudly supports entrepreneurship through the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) in Lagos and Abuja, Providing Opportunities for Women in Economic Rise (POWER), Start Up Northeast, and various exchange opportunities including the Mandela Washington Fellows, YALI, TechWomen, and the Fortune 500 Mentoring program.