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Herbert Wigwe, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, Steve Wozniak, Tara Durotoye, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi Others step out for Access Conference 2015

Ono Bello (1)

ONO BELLO

Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak

Ted Souder (2)

Ted Souder

The sophomore edition of the biggest innovative conference in Africa, Access Conference 2015 which held at the Eko Hotel Victoria Island Lagos, brought together entrepreneurs, politicians and CEOs from all over the globe.

The conference which was put together by Access Bank, saw moguls across all spectrum -Digital Technology, Broadcast, Banking, Governance, Finance, New Media and Fashion come together to have conversations about the imperative of innovation in a transformational world.
Lanre Da Silva Ajayi Herbert Wigwe, CEO Access Bank Co-founder Yudala Chude Jideonwo and Lucy Alexander Arese Ugwu, Isoken Ogiemwonyi
“This conference should enable every one of us to ask the important question: “What If?” What if Nigeria’s literacy level was 100%? Innovation is no longer an option but an absolute necessity.” Said Herbert Wigwe, CEO/MD Access Bank during his opening address.

Herbert Wigwe,Akinwumi Ambode and Mosun Olusoga,Chairman Access Bank Taiwo Ajayi Lycett and friend Tara Durotoye, Arese Ugwu and friends Jonathan Henning Chude Jideonwo

The Access Conference was anchored by Lucy Alexander, Journalist and Newsreader at Skye News, other guests in attendance were Akinwunmi Ambode, Governor of Lagos State; Herbert Wigwe, Chief Executive Officer Access Bank; Aliko Dangote, Chief Executive Officer Dangote Group; Ibukun Awosika, Chairman First Bank Group, Hans Rosling, Professor of Global Health at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute; Chude Jideonwo, Managing Partner Red Media Africa, Tara Durotoye, Chief Executive Officer House
of Tara International, AIGBOJE AIG-IMOUKHUEDE, President of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE); Osayi Alile, Executive Director Access Bank; LANRE DA SILVA AJAYI, Founder of LDA Couture; Nnamdi Ekeh, Co-founder of Yudala; Jonathan Henning, Creative Strategist @Twitter and MUHAMMAD YUNUS, Founder of Grameen Bank – Nobel Peace Prize 2006.

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