After the overwhelming success of its maiden event with over 2000 participants in 2013, the second edition of Africa’s biggest annual e-Business Fair is to hold in Lagos on 21 February 2015, the organizers Connect Nigeria have announced.
This year’s event which is being sponsored by heavy weight international brands including Google, Union Bank, MasterCard, Etisalat and Microsoft is themed “e-Business and The Growth of Your Enterprise.”
This is the perfect opportunity for new and established participants to learn useful skills and techniques in e-Business and to network with fellow e-Entrepreneurs from all over the continent. See the full press release from Connect Nigeria below.
Africa’s Biggest e-Business Fair to Hold Feb 21st, 2015
Connect Nigeria is pleased to announce that its second annual e-Business Fair will hold on February 21st 2015 at Eko Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. The events starts at 9am.
In 2013, over 2,000 people turned up for the e-Business Fair and learnt about e-Business as well as necessary skills they needed to develop in order to take their businesses to the next level.
With this year’s theme being ‘e-Business and The Growth of Your Enterprise’, it is anticipated to be Africa’s biggest e- Business Fair. Union Bank, MasterCard, Etisalat, Microsoft, Google are among the sponsors as well as FirstMonie, Skye Bank, Heritage Bank, JMG, Terragon Group, and Leatherworld. Some representatives from each organisation will be speaking on the day.
Media partners include Nigeria info 99.3Fm, Bellanaija.com, IN3K8 Media and proshare, webTV.
Speakers also include representatives from Tranzit.ng, Hotels.ng, Jovago, Supermart.ng and many others.
There will be raffle draws, and prizes such as ipads, laptops, and other useful gadgets to help and support businesses will be distributed.
Last year, several lucky attendees won various tech-related prizes and this year promises many more. Expecting over 5000 businesses and visitors this year, Connect Nigeria assures you that this is an event that you don’t want to miss.
Don’t miss out on #Africasbiggestsmeevent.