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Idea Nigeria And Africa Internet Group (Rocket Internet) Companies To Host An Ecosystem Fireside Chat


iDEA Nigeria and AIG are collaborating to put together a meet-up event.
The Managing Directors of 6 AIG (Africa Internet Group) companies will make themselves available for startup fireside chat on the 23rd of October at 3pm. According to the Centre Manager of iDEA, Olufunbi Falayi "The purpose of this event is to connect the AIG leadership team with Startup founders in the Nigerian tech eco-system for the purpose of sharing knowledge, business showcase, product feedback, co-creation and more".


The Managing Directors of Carmudi Nigeria, Jovago, Lamudi, Easy Taxi, Hellofood and Kaymu will be present at the event.

IDEA and AIG believe that more engagements like this are one of the key avenues for growing the technology ecosystem.

According to AIG MDs, interacting with the other startups and entrepreneurs is a great opportunity to learn more about the ecosystem, identify potential collaborations, discussing shared challenges and smart approaches.

Date: 23rd of October, 2015
Time: 3pm – 5 pm
Venue: Idea Hub. 296 Herbert Macaulay, Yaba, Lagos

Attendance into this event is by invitation only. If you would like to receive an invitation please request for one here.

About iDEA Nigeria
iDEA Nigeria is an incubator/accelerator established to leverage information technologies to bring disruptive change by supporting a new generation of Nigerian digital entrepreneurs to develop solutions that make businesses and commerce more efficient.

About AIG (Africa Internet Group):
Africa Internet Group ("AIG") is an ongoing success story and is already the leading Internet Group in Africa. Founded in 2012, it is currently operating in 26 countries.
In Nigeria, AIG operates in 7 verticales : Online retail (Jumia), Food ordering & delivery Platform (Hellofood), online marketplace (Kaymu), Real estate marketplace (Lamudi), Vehicle marketplace (Carmudi), Taxi Hailing (Easy Taxi), Online Travel Agency (Jovago).
AIG is supported by three global experts in e-commerce and African markets: MTN Group, Millicom and Rocket Internet.












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