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Firm trains startups on social, digital media

By Ibukun Igbasan   |   05 October 2016   |   3:09 am


Broadband Today, online web blog for Information Technology and broadband in partnership with Priority Communications Limited with The Nigeria-British Chamber of Commerce recently concluded a workshop to enlighten youths and startups on how to effectively use the social media to boost their businesses at the free Revolutionising Technologies Seminar.

Hinging on a statistic that, an average person spends about four to six hours online daily scrolling, double clicking, tweeting, facebooking and a whole lot of other things, the bodies believe the opportunity remains immense.

The training modules included: Utilising Social and Digital Technologies to aid the growth of Startups, Digital Media and its Economic Value, Impact of Social Media on Business and Family life

Going by data made available, Startups were advised to make use of this least expensive social and digital media to grow their businesses and breakeven because the available statistic provides a reassurance that staying online can be very beneficial to any startup

“Overtime youths and startups have used the social media to connect with friends and reach out to loved ones but it has now gone beyond just chatting with friends alone to building brands using the social media platforms,” they stated.

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