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The GAGE Awards has celebrated innovative solutions and players within the Nigerian tech conversation.
It said in a statement that African Data Centres, UBA and Binance were recognised during its Co-Create 2022 and GAGE Awards events in Lagos.
The statement said, “The GAGE Awards is a comprehensive celebration of individuals, groups, and brands that have impacted lives by making life easier and better for all utilising tech in Nigeria.
“GAGE Awards has been consistent in facilitating growth, driving innovation, and attracting new talents to the digital space, and is set to further the conversation even more in the year 2023.”
The statement said the Gage exhibition featured a programme comprising leaders and players within the Nigerian digital revolution, who discussed crucial topics on the tech environment, products, and policies within the Nigerian ecosystem, with plans for the future of tech as a business and tech as a solution.
According to the statement, Gage Awards 2022 was a comprehensive celebration of founders, ideas and products which covered 22 categories of which 11 were opened to the public for voting.
It noted that it had earlier celebrated two editions of the Gage Awards successfully in 2020 and 2021, celebrating notable personalities like MrMacaronii, Nengi Hampson, Josh2funny, DSTV, Vbank, MTN and more.
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