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Connect Nigeria plans 2016 online business fair


online-shoppingThe fast growing online business in Nigeria will be further boosted with the forthcoming business fair being organized by Connect Nigeria.

According to a statement, the eBusiness fair is the first of its kind in targeting micro, small and medium enterprises and harvesting huge potentials that can turn them into mega business brands through the power of the internet.

This year’s theme tagged “eBusiness and the Growth of Your Enterprise” is billed to be of great value in today’s fast paced internet world, as you would want to know how online retail management platforms, mobile apps, web development and technology can grow your business, and the best strategies to use for efficient results. A lot is yet to be discovered on how much technology can impact the daily activities, and most importantly the businesses of the Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurs .
The statement read that since 2011, Connect Nigeria has been in the business of educating business owners on how much room there is for expansion in the electronic world. “In the past ten years, mega businesses have sprung up from little or nothing other than the abilities of young capitalists to wield the powers of the internet.”
“Connect Nigeria’s Business Fair 2016 speakers are leaders with a pool of expertise in their fields including Lola Masha, Country Manager, OLX Nigeria, Mark Essien, chief executive officer, Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi, co-founder Suregifts, Oluyomi Ojo, co-founder Printivo, and Oluseun Onigbinde, co-founder of YourBudgIT.”

The statement revealed the sponsors of this event are Union Bank, Samsung, MTN, Microsoft, Etisalat, Skye Bank, Heritage Bank, Enplug and Photogenic.
“Some of the exhibitors (including the sponsors) are JMG, PAGE, PRINTIVO, Shoptomydoor, Sage, and Zima Fashion.

As a sponsor or exhibitor, you get to reach over 5000 business owners, interact with your customers, sustain your brand’s reach and have a higher return on investment from Connect Nigeria,” the statement said.

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