Building Things for NG - 7th Edition

Building Things for NG
2 min readOct 4, 2017


If you missed the recent BTNG dinner at Clerkenwell, you’re in luck as we have our flagship event coming up on October 13th. And you can register for free here.

The 7th edition of BTNG is another occasion to meet makers, tinkerers and investors who share a connection to 🇳🇬. And as usual, we’ve got an exciting line up of speakers, happy to share their experience building for Nigeria. You will also have ample opportunity for meaningful 1-on-1 conversations with members of the BTNG community.

Registration is Free

Event Details

Venue: Work.Life Camden, 13 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London NW1 8NP

Date: Fri 13 October 2017

Time: 18:30–21:30 BST

Registration: Register for Free


Babatunde Ibidapo-Obe

Tunde, the founder of, has been interested in providing innovative legal solutions to problems faced in Nigeria since 2010. He has a Master’s degree in Computer and Communications Law.

Tunde will be speaking on: ‘My start up journey: – the Law, just more accessible’

Oluwatobi Sogbanmu

Oluwatobi is the MD and Senior Project Manager at Afriq Okin. Afriq Okin is a Tech and Fashion company. The company’s main creation is the AfriqOkin app which seeks to bring those interested in traditional African attire and connecting them to Tailors, Designers and Accessory makers on one mobile platform.

Oluwatobi will be speaking on: The Patience To Bring An idea to Life.

Nnamdi Chineme

Nnamdi is the founder of Nigeria Property Centre, a leading property website in Nigeria that simplified the process of searching for property for rent and sale. Since established in 2011, Nnamdi has overseen the growth of the company which now has over 33,000 property listings on the website covering over 250 localities in Nigeria and attracting over 370,000 visits monthly (as at September 2017).

Nnamdi will be speaking on: Bootstrapping to significance – The Nigeria Property Centre journey

See you next Friday and don’t forget to register for free here.



Building Things for NG

Accelerating innovation for the Nigerian Tech Space. London