Kate Henshaw, Flyptyce, Shola Amusan and Mark Slade and 30 other speakers to speak at Lagos Ideas Week, May 24th – 28th, 2016 as organized by Idea Factory in partnership
with RDM Nigeria, Microsoft, Alternative Advert, Wema Bank, Montage Cable Network, Just Promoters and Talk Villa Radio.

This annual event is set to be a movement built on one core belief: When a broad spectrum of thinkers, Innovators, leaders, investors, executives and instigators share ideas, we have the power to transform our world. Thus, young men and women will adopt Innovation and Creativity for the purpose of personal development, nation building, regional cooperation and global participation.

This premiere event will be the first of its kind in Africa. It will be engaging through various programmes ranging from talks, walks, conversations, panels, forum and social gathering. And it features:

DAY 1 | INNO-WALK - We will walk with celebrities and some other dignitaries in the society proclaiming the importance of innovation in our community. The walk will be a sensitization walk as well with press release to further establish our purpose.

DAY 2 | ROMMAN READS - In memory of Hammed Ajiboye, Romman Reads will continue in his memory to establish reading habits and good writing skills among Nigerians. Hammed desired that Romman Reads will be change the thinking of many people in the way they read, speak and write.

DAY 3 | EINSTEIN'S TIME - Inspirational stories of achievers. This moment will be filled with stories of achievers who have changed the world ranging from different industries

DAY 4 | INVESTORS & INNOVATORS LAB - This session will featured investors as audience while the organizations, individuals pitch their ideas they want expand. The innovators must have already started their business for at least 2 years

DAY 5 | CONVERSATION - A conversation with political leaders, decision makers and public office holders in Lagos state. They will be open up plans on how to establish innovation for entrepreneurs and education.

Nigeria’s high population is not a problem but the fact that Nigeria as a nation
is not creative enough is the problem. – Dr. ChrisEzeh
For more information on Lagos Ideas Week, please visit www.lagosideasweek.com. For additional information on registration, please visit www.lagosideasweek.com  or contact 012930231, 08180774305.

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