Friday, March 28, 2014

Connect Nigeria Writers Conference - The Business of Writing

I'll be speaking at the 1st Connect Nigeria Writer's Conference on Saturday April 5th 2014.

The 1st Connect Nigeria Writers’ Conference is a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative of aimed at contributing to societal development through education. The Conference entails learning from seasoned experts on what you need to improve your writing and thrive in the business world. Are you ready to improve your writing skills to measure up with today’s demands for writing? It is imperative in this age of stiff competition that people understand the intricacies of the writing business. The people at Connect Nigeria understand the importance of business writing and in line with their corporate objective, which is to make information easily and readily available for Nigerians, they consider it their responsibility to play a part in empowering Nigerians with the requisite skills as it pertains to building businesses and improving lives.

The Writers’ Conference is targeted at aspiring writers to help them develop the requisite skill to thrive in today’s business environment.

DateSaturday April 5, 2014

Time10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

LocationProtea Hotel, 22 Awolowo Road Ikoyi, Lagos


The event is a one-day affair inclusive of an amalgam of speeches, presentations and workshops that are expected to leverage on the knowledge acquired in the classroom. The strength of this event is that the speakers are drawn from the business environment, thus bringing real life experiences to bear on the theme.


The theme for this first edition of the Writers’ Conference is ‘The Business of Writing’. Speakers who write for a living will be sharing their knowledge at the Conference on what it takes to be at the next level of writing. This will include topics centered around the business of script-writing, novel writing, editing and much more.


Deji Badmus
Sefi Attah
Abiola ‘Champ’ Salami
Ike Nnaebue
Lekan Otufodunrin
Adaku Ufere
Seun Salami

Attendance is FREE but you have to register to attend, you can register HERE 

*the event is wrongly stated on the registration site as being held inside the University of Lagos, that was the previous venue. The current venue is at the Protea Hotel Ikoyi.*


1 comment

  1. Am running off to register, so I can meet my very own Adaku


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