CBN, Commercial Banks, Set For WebMall’s e-Commerce Confab
Representatives from the Central Bank of Nigeria, commercial banks and other organisations within the e-commerce sector, have indicated their interests to attend the Connect Commerce conference holding in Lagos tomorrow.
Tagged: ‘ConCom 2015’, the conference scheduled to hold at Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos is being hosted by WebMall, a multi-merchant platform designed for merchants to succeed online.
As a key player in the Nigeria’s e-commerce space, WebMall currently works with about a thousand merchants cutting across different sectors of the economy.
The conference provides a platform to connect like-minded small to medium business owners where they are provided with ground-breaking tools that can be utilised to grow their existing business.
One of the key highlights of the conference will be keynote by Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AIS Media from Atlanta, Mr. Tom Harpointner.
Harpointner brings over 18 years of being at the helm of affairs at AIS Media, where his company has helped thousands of businesses realise tangible growth using effective digital marketing strategies.
Chief Executive Officer, WebMall NG, Mr. Wole Faroun, said other panelists were veterans drawn from the retail, telecommunications, banking, investment, payments, regulatory sector and e-commerce industries.
“They will share their wealth of knowledge about tricks of the trade on how merchants can grow their business in this technologically advanced digital age,” he said.
Specifically, the CBN, Etisalat, UBA, Fidelity Bank, FCMB, Synergy Capital, EchoVC, UPSL, among others, have been confirmed to attend the summit.
While urging e-commerce players, particularly merchants to attend the event, Faroun said, “The conference might just be the place to think up new ideas for a new business venture or collaborate with a fellow ConCom 2015 attendee.”
According to him, the conference would attract over 1000 attendees, who want to learn how to leverage technology strategies to grow their businesses.