Nigerian journalist Frank Eleanya selected to attend Web Summit 2018, largest tech conference in the World

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Online News Editor Frank Eleanya from Nigeria has won APO’s invitation to attend the Web Summit, the largest tech conference in the world, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from November 5 to 8.

The Web Summit is the largest tech conference in the world with 1,200 speakers and over 70,000 delegates from 170 countries gathering for three full days of networking and business.

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APO Group will offer one round trip ticket and accommodation in Lisbon for Frank Eleanyao to attend the Web Summit.

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Over 2,500 journalists from more than 100 markets came to Web Summit in 2017, including editors from many of the world’s most influential publications, as well as market-shaping industry reporters from leading technology trade publications and blogs.

“APO Group congratulates Frank and is proud to offer this opportunity to an experienced reporter with a rich background. APO Group offers invitations each year to major African events as part of our commitment to supporting journalism in Africa and creating opportunities for journalists to learn and grow across Africa,” says Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, Founder and CEO of APO Group.

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