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Lagos prepares for 4th edition of social media week

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Kemi Busari

As the February 22nd commencement date of the Social Media Week Lagos draws closer, participating brands have stepped up preparation ahead of the big event.

The week long event will start on Monday 22nd to Friday 26th February, 2016 at different locations within the state.

Information on the website; www.socialmediaweek.org/lagos reveals that a total number of 144 events have been slated to take place through the week.

Some of the brands to host event at the week include; Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PINigeria), Budgit Nigeria, HEDA Resource Centre and HACEY Health Initiative.

Foreign and national well-known companies are not left out of this preparation. Brands such as BBC World Service, Facebook, The Guardian Nigeria, Beat 99.9 fm and a host of others are also warming up for the much anticipated week.

Information on time, venue, process of registration and who to expect at events are available on the website given above.

Social Media Week Lagos is a week-long conference that provides the ideas, trends, insights and inspiration to help people and businesses understand how to achieve more in a hyper-connected world. The mission of the conference, according to the organisers, is to ‘help people and organizations connect through collaboration, learning and the sharing of ideas and information.’

“The event features a central stage for keynotes and panels, multiple rooms for workshops, master classes and presentations, and an area dedicated to co-working, networking and interactive installations.” The programme organisers explained.

The 2016 edition is the fourth in a series of an international conference which boasts of more than 7000 participants annually.

 

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