What Is Social Good Summit?

Social Good Summit

Hey guys, we have 10 days to go to one of the most amazing events you would ever attend, the Social Good Summit, Lagos.

You might be wondering what the Social Good Summit is;

Social Good Summit is an annual event that connects leaders from every sphere; advocates, progressive change-makers, social influencers, basically everyone that is passionate about making a difference in the society; they meet to share ideas, network and unlock the potentials already available to us to create the world we want to see for years to come.

Social Good is really all about positive influence in your environment, locality, state, country and the world at large. Like the words imply, being good socially.

Social Good Summit Lagos is one of the local meetups of the Global Social Good Summit that holds in New York. Other local summits hold in Geneva, Philippines, Tunisia, Brazil, South Africa, Gaza, Australia, China and many more.

Who is Social Good Summit For?

You! That’s right. You want to make a difference and be a positive influence here in Nigeria and the world at large, then you should not miss out on this summit.

You have been searching for ideas on what you can do to solve a particular problem in your community, this summit will connect you will people who have done something similar and are willing to guide you on how to start same in your community.

You believe there is so much more to life than just living for yourself but you have no clue, you will meet with amazing people that will inspire, stir and sow seeds of ideas you can begin to implement.

You want to leave your footprint on the sands of time, this summit is tailor made for you to begin that journey.

Stop thinking, take action!

Register now for Social Good Summit Lagos

Date: 7th September, 2018

Venue: Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos Island.


Temitope Durotoye is a Digital Leader, Teens' Coach and Self Discovery Enthusiast. He is a Content Developer at Social Good Lagos. He is passionate about making a difference in the world.

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