Technology stakeholders will tomorrow, December 2, join the HackJos Conference 2020 virtual discussions on the future of technology and its impact on deepening Nigeria’s changing economy.
“Due to the current situation globally, #HackJosCon2020 will be virtual. This year’s event is tagged: Technology: Now and Beyond.
“We have witnessed unprecedented rise in technology usage and adoption during the past months. This rise cuts across diverse sectors of our economy. #HackJosCon2020 seeks to spotlight the technology industry outlook and explore the opportunities it offers. This year’s one day virtual conference features keynotes, speeches and panel discussions from experts on current realities and way forward,” said CEO of nHub, Theodore Longji.
The HackJos Conference is an initiative of nHub, the largest technology and innovation hub in the north of Nigeria.
The mix of stakeholders will deliberate on how technology has responded to global COVID-19 pandemic and how Nigeria can leverage tech innovations to deepen social and economic values in the post pandemic era.
The panelists include: CEO, Orange Credit LLC, Ibrahim Safiyanu; Principal Special Assistant on ICT, Benue Television, Jeffery Udende; President, Alewa House, Retnan Daser; Chief Consultant, Qitech Technologies, Nenrot Danjuma; and President, Young Innovators of Nigeria, Andrew Abu.
Others are Director General, Plateau Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA), Daser David; Fellow of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) Jide Awe; Co-Founder, Child Cyber Protection (CCPro), Delmwa Gogwim; Ehi Binitie of ViewNaija Technology Ltd; Founder, Agric Tech Hub, Jiraji Kelvin Tersoo; and CEO, Shuhub Nigeria, Yusuf Ahmed.
The annual HackJos Conference is part of nHub’s efforts to deepen conversations on creating a tech-driven economy, promoting innovation hubs across the country and kitting young tech entrepreneurship skills,
HackJos already has the support of Qitech Technologies Limited, Smartweb, Knowhow Media International & Market Intelligence (KMMIIL) Ltd and Orange Credit LLC, among others.