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In a bid to enhance the status of Lagos State as the leading IT state, firms in Nigeria will on September 20 gather in Lagos for a media and technology assessment programme.

The giant firms include; Google, Uber, Intel, Africa Internet Group, Vodacom, Airtel, Nokia and Etisalat.
A statement by the organisers hinted that the event will see more than 150 regional and international telecom, media and technology leaders, investment bankers, investors, advisers and government representatives meet for a series of panel debates, networking sessions and private roundtable discussions.
“Nigeria is fast becoming one of the most innovative and dynamic places in the world for technology and mobile connectivity, and we are delighted that household names such as Google, Uber, Intel and Africa Internet Group will be represented at the conference alongside some well-known Nigerian tech and media companies,” the statement noted.
 Registration for the program is open at www.TMTFinance.com/Lagos/ register.

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