Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, co-founder Andela, is final speaker for TEDxEustonSalon 2016! (Sat Nov 12th)

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Where in the world could you have Lucy Quist, Ebele Okobi, Jorn Lyseggen and Temie Giwa-Tubosun along with Eddie Kadi and Caleb Femi all in one room? Only at a TEDxEuston event, and next week, they will be refuelling you at TEDxEustonSalon 2016! And now, the indomitable Iyinoluwa Aboyeji has joined the impressive list of speakers!

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The team at TEDxEuston work hard to curate a programme that inspires you from deep within, and we are confident their last speaker to be announced will do just that.

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Introducing Iyinoluwa Aboyeji

Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, is the founder and CEO of Flutterwave, a digital payments infrastructure platform that aggregates various payment methods for businesses across Africa. Iyinoluwa is also the co-founder of Andela, the tech talent accelerator known as one of the largest start-ups in Africa. He was named as one of Forbes “30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Africa 2015”.

TEDxEustonSalon 2016 – Details, Info, Tickets

Date: Saturday, 12th November, 2016
Time: 15:30-22:30
Venue: Royal Institute of British Architects
66 Portland Place
W1B 1AD
London

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TEDxEuston is organised by an all-volunteer team of African professionals. It aims to reflect ideas and inspired thinking of a new generation of African leaders, presenting to an audience of mainly Africans committed to engaging and re-engaging in an active and meaningful manner with the continent.

TEDxEuston is a TED-like event locally organised in the same spirit of “ideas worth spreading”, devoted to leveraging the powers of ideas to change the world.

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The objectives of  TEDxEuston are:

  • To inspire a new generation of people engaging responsibly with Africa
  • To bring together people that have found or are seeking innovative approaches
  • To foster an environment for embracing our passion and commitment for the continent.

TEDxEuston…. African Ideas Worth Spreading”

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