The 7th edition of the Business of Education Summit has been confirmed to be held on the 4th of November, 2023, at Muson Centre, Onikan Lagos.
The annual summit, organised by Edusko Africa, conveys education leaders in Nigeria and beyond to discuss actionable solutions to problems in our education system.
According to the CEO of Edusko, Jide Ayegbusi, “The Business of Education Summit was launched in
2017 and over the last 6 years, thousands of school leaders and education stakeholders have
participated in the summit. In the same vein, more than 100 renowned global speakers and subject
matter experts have honoured our invitation to share their perspectives with the delegates.”
At this year’s edition, subject matter experts will dissect how our educators can be empowered to
meet the needs of the constantly changing world of teaching and learning to effectively and
efficiently prepare our kids for the future.
“Some of the topics we are dissecting include: Hybrid learning model for schools, How to teach the
skills for tomorrow’s careers, Achieving & measuring learning outcomes, The future of assessment & testing, Reward system for Teachers, Leveraging diaspora opportunities for teacher’s development,
Intersection of government & organised private sector and many more”, said Mr. Ayegbusi
Some of the speakers expected at this year’s edition are: Mr. Jamiu Alli-Balogun, Honourable
Commissioner, Basic Education, Lagos State; Dr. Babs Omotowa, Founding President, Nigerian
University of Technology & Management; Folawe Omikunle, CEO, Teach for Nigeria; Arunabh Varma, CEO Intercell, India; Tamir Ismail, Education Sector Director – Africa, UK’s Department for Business & Trade.
Others are: Dr. Francis Adeshina, Co-founder, Readland Global; Ajo Balogun, CEO, JobRed; Titi
Adewusi, Co-founder, 9ijaKids; Olanrewaju Oniyitan, Executive Director, SEED Care & Support
Foundation; Omokorede Fasoro, Executive Director, Hallmark Secondary School, Ondo; Biodun
Kolawole, Education Management Consultant; Oyindamola Egbeyemi, Executive Director, The
Foreshore School; Sola Adeola, Director of Operations, Caleb Group of Schools; Olusola Ilori,
Principal Consultant, Ella Education & Management Services; Korede Adedoyin, CEO, The Vemoye
Foundation; Chioma Omolaye, CEO, TechEduHub and Alex Onyia, CEO, Educare.
Delegates at the summit will include: School leaders, Educators, Parents, EdTechs, Corporate
Executives and Government officials in the African education system and beyond. The summit is free
for all the invited delegates. Provision is also being made for those who wish to join virtually. All can
register to attend here: edusko.com/boe
The summit is sponsored by Deakin University, Australia and supported by Durham University &
News Central TV.