Startup Grind Lagos, as well as the 500+ chapters of Startup Grind across the world, will be celebrating women entrepreneurs and leaders at their meetup on May 25.

Every month of May, Startup Grind proudly recognizes the accomplishments of successful women leaders, including founders, venture capitalists, engineers and executives, who represent the the startup community. This custom is strategic as United States, where Startup Grind is headquartered, also celebrates Mothers' Day in May.

The meetup is tagged #SGWomen Leaders Month.

What to expect at the Startup Grind Lagos May meetup

Startup Grind Lagos will be hosting four women entrepreneurs from around the State to discuss the nitty-gritty of starting and running a business. They will also highlight the opportunities and challenges peculiar to women in a working and business environment.

Providentially, Startup Grind Lagos hosted Tosin "Olorisupergal" Ajibade in March and Chioma "Chigul" Omeruah in April.

Startup Grind has grown to be the platform where entreprenuers not just learn the nitty-gritty of entrepreneurship but also findways to collaborate for success.

Uwem Uwemakpan & Blessing Abeng, Directors of Startup Grind Lagos

Meet the speaker and panelists

The founder of Shecluded—a credit inclusion company for women—Ifeoma Uddoh, will give the keynote speech. Shecluded enables women to access loan and loan advisory services.

The panelists are:

  • Alessia Balducci, GM of Seedspace Nigeria—a hub and workspace for startups and entrepreneurs, who are keen on making an impact in the world. Alessia is passionate about empowering others to create a better society.
  • Banke Ajagunna, Founder of—a leading interior design company in Nigeria focusing on commercial design.
  • Emmanuella Unuode, Founder of HR Tapster—an innovative company focused on helping small and medium enterprises to acquire the right talents that will make their business grow and scale.

Tickets for this event cost only N1000 online. Reserve your seat here.

Tickets at the venue will cost N2,000.