The inaugural edition of Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers will take place at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers on February 14, 2023, in Lagos, the country’s commercial metropolis.

Despite a variety of obstacles facing both governmental and private sector organizations, Nigeria’s digital economy is progressing favorably.

IT Edge News Africa and its Partners will be focusing on Nigeria’s Leading Lights at an Industry Colloquium and Award Ceremony this February, just before the country goes to the polls to elect new political leadership; motivated by the need to express both the challenges and the iconic actors that have emerged to drive Africa’s fastest growing digital economy.

The one-day industry event will include a ceremony to recognize Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers, an industry networking lunch, a special report on the Nigerian digital economy, and a forum titled “Nigeria’s Digital Economy – Myth or Fact?”

The Project Team Lead, Dr. Sola Afolabi, revealed  that the event is “a platform for Industry Recognition, Industry Stock-Taking & Industry Insights; with a view to provide a guide as to what direction Nigeria’s entire spectrum of ICT ecosystem will take as the transition for a new government begins.”

To ensure a diverse and inclusive selection of the sector’s leading lights and to provide a deeper knowledge of the obstacles and motivations that drive Africa’s largest ICT industry, he added: “This event is driven by collaboration of stakeholders within and beyond the media. TechEconomy, ITPulse,, and TechTV are some of the event sponsors.

Additionally, the team behind Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers recognizes the outstanding efforts made by some members of management in advancing the agenda of their organizations in order to advance Nigeria’s digital economy, even though the event is primarily focused on the brightest CEOs and Director Generals in corporate Nigeria.

The occasion will pay special tribute to some people’s dedication to speaking up for their organizations while also being persuasive advocates for topics of advancement in Nigeria’s digital economy.

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