Going Digital Nigeria, our 7-part (weekly) free webinar series on how to automate / digitise practically all business processes in different industry sectors, to assist Nigerian businesses achieve effectiveness and growth during and post Covid19 is in its 2nd edition!
Our Panelists for the 10th June 2020 session will include the below mentioned people from notable organisations that have made global / far reaching impacts using technology tools (E-commerce). They include:
1. Jeffrey Williams-Edem, Group Head, Merchant Acquiring for Interswitch Group. In his current role, he focuses on driving unique propositions that cater to the evolvement of merchant’s needs, customizing payment flows across selected industries. Also, focusing on technology advancement and operational efficiencies, while also designing, developing and growing the Interswitch Merchant Acquiring business across Africa.
In this session, Jeff would explain what E-commerce entails, its role in the business life of an MSME, why and how MSMEs can easily adopt and utilize E-Commerce and highlight some of the various options available for MSME’s in Nigeria. He would also highlight available payment gateways in Nigeria that can easily be integrated to e-commerce platforms.
2. Joel Bronkowski, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Paystack. Joel is one of a few people who have worked for both WooCommerce and Shopify on strategic and channel partnerships positions. At Paystack, he is saddled with the responsibility to tackle digital payments and E-Commerce in Africa. Joel is passionate about E-Commerce and strives to lower the entry barriers for small businesses to go digital.
In his presentation, Joel would be sharing the tricks behind E-Commerce and payment platforms (explaining everything an MSME needs to know about E-Commerce), the advantages for MSME’s, why MSME’s need to take their business online, how to do this quickly and the benefits for MSMEs.
3. Kartik Raichura, CEO and Co-founder of “Websites.co.in”. He is a serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker and angel investor. He has been championing the digital movement for the world’s 200 million micro businesses specifically in areas of getting discovered, attracting new customers and growing bigger through automation led digital marketing.
Having been recognized as a top 100 innovative leader by World Innovation congress and Top 50 marketing technology leaders by World Marketing Congress, he would be sharing a case study of “nothing to something”, highlighting how businesses unknown have become known and now global in outlook. He would re-echo the role of E-Commerce to MSME in the digital transformation and why it is important for businesses to go digital, especially at a period like this.
4. Paul Akabrukeme Itawansa – former Director of Operations and Board member, of the Delta State Board of Internal Revenue – DBIR. Paul, a seasoned tax administrator with 32yrs of experience in all manners of taxation, would be giving us insights and tax implications for MSME’s Going digital.
Registration for this webinar and our series can be done only at www.vi-m.com/webinars.
All questions about the webinar should be directed to Vivian Chigozie-Nmonwu and / or Magnus Nmonwu via firstname.lastname@example.org / www.vi-m.com.
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