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Manchester alumni to discuss dynamics of online retailing


Ayo Adegboye

The Nigeria Alumni Association of the Alliance Manchester Business School in UK, which was established in Nigeria in 2010 by Nigerians, who passed through the UK Business School, will on May 25, at a cocktail in Lagos, discuss the ‘Dynamics of Online Retailing’ in a digital era.

The forum, which marks the first public outing of the Manchester Business School Alumni Association, is targeted at bringing together, old students of the business school to thinker on the dynamics and benefits of online retailing.

Head, Organising Committee of the cocktail, Ayo Adegboye, said the alumni association is targeted at enhancing good corporate governance in public and private sector with best global practice, through the use of technology, which is also designed to boost its CSR initiative.


“So we strive to enhance the use of technology to drive education and businesses, as well as to enhance economic productivity,” Adegboye said.

Using technology to drive online business and remain competitive will be the focus of the forum and the likes of the Chairman of Zinox Group, Leo Stan-Ekeh, which recently acquired Konga, will be delivering the keynote that will centre around online retailing. Other speakers include the MD/CEO of Interswitch Limited, Mitchel Elegbe; MD, Visa West Africa, Kemi Ogunsanya; Group Head, Digital Banking, Providus Bank, Frank Attah, among others, Adegboye said.

Speaking on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative project that has gotten the nod of the council authority of Alimosho Local Government area, where the alumni association is adopting three schools for renovation and perimeter fencing, executive member of the alumni association, Lola Amos-Oluwole, said: “We are big on CSR and we have adopted schools in Lagos State.

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