EY wants digital revolution to address four major issues
Most companies across the globe are in the process of defining or executing a digital transformation in response to what has been tagged ‘fifth industrial revolution’ which is expected to significantly change the way we live, work and interact with one another. This technology- driven revolution is projected to be faster, more scalable and adopted…
Wakanow partners with IATA, airlines to reduce airfares
In a quest to reduce airfares for Nigerians and to ensure affordable airfares for customers, Wakanow has teamed up with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and key Airlines to actualise that.
Wakanow backs Single Africa Air Transport Market
Towards reducing the cost of airfares in Africa, Wakanow has expressed its commitment to support the Single Africa Air Transport Market project, an Agenda 2063 flagship programme by the Africa Union.
Wakanow extends operations to UK
As part of her efforts for global expansion and in a bid to consolidate its foray into Europe, Wakanow, one of Africa’s leading online travel company, has announced plans to formally launch commercial operations in the UK.
Top 5 African must-see Christmas holiday destinations
Jingle bells may not have started chiming all the way, but the yuletide is way closer than you think.
Wakanow seals ticketing deal with UAE’s largest resort
Africa's leading travel portal, Wakanow, has entered into a business agreement with Dubai Parks and Resorts, becoming its largest African fulfilling partner for ticket sales.
….The good, the bad and the precautions
Buying and selling has never been so easy, especially when it has to do with going through the pushing and shoving associated with the market square/place or walking from one end of a shopping mall to the other.
Mighty oak standing tall
Few years ago, travel booking in Nigeria was like a camel going through the eye of a needle. With low internet penetration estimated at 15.9% of the population and a nation that was yet to fully embrace technology, travel business was left to quacks and incompetent folks behind some counter.