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The Platform 8.0, an ideas and innovation conference organized by the Covenant Christian Centre is here again and it’s all about engaging the future and, as with all previous Platforms, admission is free. However, with this Edition, registration is imperative. You are encouraged to pre-register using an easy system set up for your convenience via SMS and the internet.

To Register via SMS or the Internet, click on this link.

The Platform 8.0 Impact Session

Also, with this Edition, there will be a special Impact Session, a further platform designed to give the speakers more time to communicate their concepts amongst a conscious minority. Here, thought concepts will come as specific and deliberate answers to questions that would provoke thought in that direction. This master class would be further buoyed by an exclusive audience with the savvy.

The speakers include Jared Cohen, the Director of Ideas at Google Inc.; Sam Graham-Felsen, strategic advisor and key member of President Barack Obama’s online campaign team; Anand Giridharadas, a columnist for The New York Times and its global edition, the International Herald Tribune; and Sarah Lucy, a senior editor at TechCrunch.com, the largest blog on tech entrepreneurship in the world.

Here are further details on the programme.
Event: The Platform 8.0 Impact Session
Theme: The Business of Innovation: New Media, New Thinking
Date: Saturday 7 May 2011
Time: 4PM to 7PM
Venue: Lagos Oriental Hotel, 3 Lekki Road, Victoria Island, Lagos

Registration will be open to the public at: http://www.theplatformnigeria.com/impactsessions between Tuesday 26 April 2011 (12Noon) and Thursday 28 April 2011 (6PM). Payment will be received at the Church Office (400, Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba) from 12Noon on Thursday 28 April 2011, to close at 4PM on Saturday 30 April 2011. Thereafter payment and admittance opportunities will be made to registered parties on the waiting list.

Good luck in your application and see you there! GN

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