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Connect Nigeria to hold ebusiness fair February 3


Connect Nigeria, a local business directory and search has announced that this year’s eBusiness fair would take place next month at Eko Hotel, Victoria Island on the third of February.

The annual event, which is the largest gathering of micro, small and medium scale enterprises in Africa, presents entrepreneurs with a unique opportunity to learn the skills they need to grow their businesses in today’s tech-driven world.

Since its inception in 2011, the event has empowered thousands of business owners, startup founders and aspiring entrepreneurs, enabling them to fast track the growth of their businesses by leveraging the power of technology.


In 2018, over 5,000 SMEs will also learn winning business strategies at the eBusiness fair, and discover the enterprise-transforming tools they need to strengthen and expand to new frontiers of entrepreneurial success.

The fair is a two-part event, featuring panel discussions and exhibitions. At the discussion sessions, top business executives, renowned startup founders and pioneering techpreneurs will share their favourite success strategies and tips from the cutting edge of business and technology.

Panelists at past events included Lola Masha, Country Manager, OLX; Angel Fadahunsi, Deputy Director, FIRS; Mark Essien, CEO,; Nikki Summers, Director of SageOne, East and West Africa; Mai Atafo, Founder, Mai Atafo Inspired (MAI); Paul Ayim, Executive, Phillips Consulting; Godwin Benson, Co-founder and CEO, Tuteria and so on.

Sponsors from previous events include Samsung, Microsoft, Google, Rack Centre, GT Bank, MainOne, Union Bank, and Stanbic IBTC Bank.

Sponsorship placements and bookings for exhibition booths are now available; attendance is free for participants. To sponsor, exhibit or register, visit

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