Come February 17, a celebration of innovation, culture and technology known as SLAY festival will hold its second edition at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos.
SLAY festival is an annual celebration that brings together women across Africa for an educational and entertaining experience.
IN 2017, over 1,500 women were in attendance for the insightful festival.This year, the festival will host more than 3,000 women across Africa.
SLAY Festival embrace panel discussions and master classes where prominent speakers share their experiences and professional tips to women in attendance. Some of the prominent speakers include Funke Opeke, CEO Main One Cable, Betty Irabor, Founder of Genevieve Magazine, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Ink Eze, Founder of Asoebi Bella amongst others.
Some of the topics to be discussed include ‘personal branding for career women’, ‘introduction to coding’, ‘taking mobile photography to the next level’, ‘what you need to know about blockchain’ and ‘millennial guide to managing personal finances’.
Oyiza Salu, Group Head of Human Resources at Guaranty Trust Bank will be joining a panel session on ‘how to get a job at Nigeria’s best places to work’ and Tonye Cole the Executive Director and Founder of Sahara Group, will share his years of experience as an entrepreneur and innovator during the panel discussion of ‘developing your leadership style’.
SLAY festival promotes enterpreneurship among African women.