TechCabal’s Office Hours returns on Friday, September 15th, and we are pleased to announce that Lexi Novitske, the Principal Investment Officer at Singularity Investments, will be facilitating the upcoming edition, powered by V8 Africa, which will focus on the path to fundraising in Nigeria, for Nigerian entrepreneurs.

Since 2014, Lexi has been responsible for managing investments in Singularity Investments’ Africa portfolio. Singularity Investments is a private investment company led by Issam Darwish, Founder, Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of IHS Towers. It invests in, and supports, dynamic entrepreneurs and teams that lead disruptive technology, media and telecommunications companies.

Prior to joining Singularity, Lexi worked for Verod Capital Management, an investment firm focused on investing equity-linked capital in growth companies across West Africa. She also spent some time developing an expertise in financial services through her time at Sandler O’Neill Asset Management.

Drawing from her experience, this interactive Q&A session will address the most important aspects of fundraising from the investor’s perspective, for you, the Nigerian entrepreneur.

The number of guests will be capped at 15, so fill this form now to register, and we will get back to you soon.

This event is powered by the good people at V8 Africa who run a platform for accelerating business growth in startups across Africa by bridging the gap between early-stage enterprises, investors, and highly experienced mentors.

 

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