The largest city in Africa, with a population of over 21 million. it is the economic and cultural powerhouse of the country, and the fifth largest economy in Africa, if it were a country. Also known as Èkó in the Yoruba language, Lagos is a port and the most populous conurbation in Nigeria. Lagos is home to over 50 licensed Internet Service Providers and 7 of Nigeria’s 10 licensed interconnect exchange operators. Most commercial and financial business are carried out in the central business district situated on the island. This is also where most of the country`s commercial banks, financial institutions, and major corporations are headquartered. Lagos has one of the highest standards of living in Nigeria and in Africa, and is currently enjoying a booming ICT sector.
The MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Shell Nigeria Hall:
This exciting venue is less than 5 minutes from Tafewa Balewa Square, Lagos Island.
Plenary Seating: 400
Exhibition Booths : 12
TOPAS Hub, Surulere, Lagos
No 2 Alhaji Tokan Street,Alaka Estate, Surulere, Lagosand.
Workshop Tracks: 5