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Ikeja Computer Village to showcase innovations


Get ready, Nigeria’s largest technology market hub, Ikeja Computer Village, will treat consumer technology lovers to five exciting days of cutting-edge technology innovation showcase at the Computer Village Expo 2019 (#CVE2019) holding December 10-14, in Lagos.

According to a statement said this was part of the Computer Village Expo 2019 holding in December themed ‘A New Partnership Agenda for Growth.

The event will foster a better understanding of the Ikeja Computer Village ecosystem and create awareness of trade, investment, partnership and growth opportunities among the Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria.

The Iyaloja of Ikeja Computer Village, Mrs Bisola Isokpehi, unveiled the CVE2019 Event Plan in Lagos, saying the consumer technology innovation festival in Nigeria would showcase tomorrow’s cutting-edge consumer technology innovation.

The Iyaloja of Ikeja Computer Village identified #CVE2019 as part of initiatives to positively showcase and elevate the status of “Brand Computer Village.” The goal of our new Board is to create an enviable and reputable market environment and elevate the ‘Brand Computer Village beyond its present status.”

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#CVE2019 is a fully-owned brand of Technology Times Media Limited. Event Secretariat: 26B, Omodara Street, Awuse Estate, Opebi, Ikeja, Lagos. The Ikeja Computer Village Market Management Board is headed by Mrs. Bisola Isopkehin Azeez and Mr Adeniyi Olasoji, the Iyaloja and Babaloja respectively, who were installed on May 2, 2019, to be the administrators of Ikeja Computer Village.

The Iyaloja of Ikeja Computer Village says the new Board will unveil a landmark programme at the #CVE2019 festival conceived to make the tech market hub a zero-tolerance zone for trade in stolen phones.

“We are collaborating with the Association of Mobile Communication Device Technicians of Nigeria (AMCODET), an association of technicians within the market, that has designed a programme to eradicate trade in stolen phones and curb the issues of incessant police harassments of its members in the market”, the Iyaloja of Ikeja Computer Village adds.

Under the plan, the new Market Board is also collaborating with the Nigerian Police Force, industry regulators and other stakeholders towards eradicating the buying and selling of stolen phones in Ikeja Computer Village market, according to the market leader.

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“The goal of the new Board is to create an enviable and reputable market environment to elevate the brand “Computer Village” beyond its present status. We are also bringing new partners and stakeholders to #CVE2019 to explore mutually-beneficial and enduring partnerships that leverage the largest technology SME cluster in Nigeria as drivers of growth across various sectors of the economy” according to the Iyaloja of Ikeja Computer Village.

She says that the Ikeja Computer Village Market Board is collaborating with Technology Times Media Limited to elevate the #CVE2019 show to a world-class event platform that delivers benefits to Technology SMEs represented in the market by promoting innovation, entrepreneurship and consumer technology trends.

According to her, the consumer technology festival will feature products and services that will shape and define tech lifestyles in 2020 and beyond.


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