Registration is now open for the 3rd annual African Angel Investor Summit 2016 (#AAIS2016) scheduled for November 17 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos. This one-day event is exclusively for investors and thought-leaders in the early stage investing space. Entrepreneurs are welcome to attend one of our partner events listed below. Seating is limited and please secure your seat now: register here
Also this years’ edition of the AAIS 2016 will bring together investors from across the African continent and other parts of the world to exchange best practices, debate pressing issues, share lessons learnt and set the road map for angel investing in the future. Come to AAIS 2016 if you want to be part of part of the conversation and set the roadmap for the future. Expect honest conversations confronting real challenges.
“Growing Africa’s Angel investing community is a critical component to scaling up the number of African start-ups successfully becoming global businesses.
AAIS 2016 is a crucial gathering for experienced and new investors to hold prescient conversations, sharpen their investing skills, and build the relationships needed for successful co-investment.” – Tomi Davies, President of the African Business Angel Network (ABAN)
The Summit will provide an unprecedented forum to network with pre-eminent opinion leaders in the African early stage investment space. It is a unique opportunity to solve African Angel investing challenges and access the latest investment methods – from sourcing deals and valuations through to exits.
Co-Investing & Co-operating Making It Work Together
The theme for AAIS 2016 is pertinent to the times, ‘co-investing, making it work together’.
With Nigeria officially in a recession and most major African economies suffering from low commodity prices, working together is seen as one of the only ways to unlock capital and maximize Africa’s entrepreneurial potential.
The 2016 Summit will be centered around how different players in the ecosystem can and should co-operate – Angels, VC’s, Government, diaspora, academia, crowd-funders, professional services, corporates, incubators, accelerators and others.
Confirmed Speakers and Panelists – more being added daily!
More than 40 speakers and panel experts will join 7 panels and 6 keynote sessions. For more info on the program please see: http://www.aais2016.com!
|Dotun Sulaiman||Dr Ndidi Nnoli-Edozien||Stephen Gugu|
|Ben White||Chris Shultz||Helen Anatogu|
|Tomi Davies||Yvonne Wassenaar||Olawale Ayeni|
|Rebecca Enonchong||Dave Uduanu||Ife Adebayo|
|David van Dijk||Ike Eze||Eloho Omame|
|Mark Essien||Stephen Ozoigbo||Lexi Novitske|
|Eghosa Omoigui||Neku Atawodi||Dotun Olowoporoku|
|Afua Osei||Tayo Oviosu||Monique Woodard|
|Maya Horgan-Famodu||Mikul Shah||Alina Vinogradova|
|Leticia Browne||David Osei||Raphael Afaedor|
|Marek Zmyslowski||Odunoluwa Longe||Stephen Gugu|
Lagos is the Place to be Nov 16th – 20th
AAIS 2016 is excited to support the following partner events:
Lagos Angels Network (LAN) Deal Day (16 Nov.)
On Wednesday 16th November, the day before the Summit, LAN will be holding its 3rd Deal Day. This is a closed-door evening event for members of the Lagos Angel Network. More information
High Growth Africa Summit (17-18 Nov)
The High Growth Africa Summit is organized by Starta and Ingressive and focuses on how to build, scale and fund high growth businesses in Africa – #GrowthHacking. Taking place alongside AAIS 2016 at the Landmark Centre, Lagos, entrepreneurs and ecosystem stakeholders are invited to join AAIS investors for the High Growth Africa Summit. More information
She Leads Africa Demo Day (20 Nov)
The She Leads Africa (SLA) Accelerator is a 3-month program designed to identify, support and fund the next generation of Nigeria’s brightest female entrepreneurs. Demo Day on 20 November is a public viewing for investors, corporate senior executives and the press to view our most recent accelerator startups.More information.