As Nigerian economy hopes for a green new year, the biggest event that will shift the nation, and shape the scheme of things in the fibres of the most populous black nation in history is about the rock the City of Lagos like a tsunami. SKAKERRS FEST is an iconic gathering of global entrepreneurs from around the world on the continent of Africa for the sole purpose of networking, inspiring and educating budding entrepreneurs in African states through the stories and lessons of men and women who rose from struggles of passion for socioeconomic relevance to becoming phenomenal entrepreneurship giants; contributing landmark values to the growth and development of African economy and societies at large.
According to the President/Founder Mr Adewale Hassan during a press conference held at Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja Lagos on the 2nd of February, 2018, this event will see to the convention of CEOs from different industries such as Sports, Entertainment, Fashion, Media, Manufacturing and much more, to tell their stories, share the pains of their beginings and provide insight that perhaps will lessen the error margin and strengthen the weak ends of budding entrepreneurs whose future rise and success form part of the key objective of the event. Amongst others, envisioned as an annual rendezvous, the event will celebrate African true business heroes and address obvious developmental and growth challenges confronting rising entrepreneurs, with a target of empowering at least 10 budding entrepreneurs for a quantum leap in their industries this maiden edition.
STAKERRS FEST is slated for 17th of February at Landmark Event Center, Victoria Island, Lagos and will commence by 10:00am prompt. According to the organizer, Stakerrs Communications Ltd. The PR and Event Management Company Dabinchi Global Entertainment Limited assured us that this will be the biggest entrepreneurship event of 2018 as it looks forward to converging over 1500 guests from diverse industries. Further details are on several new media and audiovisual media platforms said the organizer.