Keri Hilson, American singer, songwriter, and actress, and Angelica Nwandu, Founder of The Shade Room, #1 black-owned independent media company covering entertainment & celebrity news, will join thousands of entrepreneurs and global leaders next week in Lagos Nigeria for the TEF Forum.
Hosted by the Tony Elumelu Foundation, the TEF Forum which is scheduled to hold on Thursday, October 25th, 2018 in Lagos, is the largest gathering of African entrepreneurs and the broader entrepreneurship ecosystem which unites over 5,000 entrepreneurs, global investors, leaders from the African public and private sectors and developmental organisations at Lagos Nigeria.
Date: Thursday, October 25th, 2018
Venue: Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos
Aside from the Founder’s Dialogue, one of the major highlights of the Forum, other speakers will include Dr Awele Elumelu, Chairperson, Avon Healthcare, TEF Trustee and Gavi Champion for Immunisation in Africa; Eleni Giokos, CNNMoney Africa Correspondent and Mayeni Jones, BBC Correspondent.
So far, international and local media – CNN, BBC, CNBC Africa, Africa24, Ebonylife TV, NTA – have partnered with the Tony Elumelu Foundation to share the inspiring story of Africa’s most promising entrepreneurs with the world.
Last year, Angelica Nwandu on her panel on branding and marketing, shared insights on how she built the multimillion-dollar brand, Shade Room, from the ground up.
This year’s forum promises to be just as exciting as guests will have a unique opportunity to listen to global leaders, learn from experts, forge networks and engage policymakers and the private sector together, in a spirit of robust debate and interaction.
To participate in the forum, register here.