MTN Advices Businesses In Nigeria To Brace Up for Technology Revolution


As involvement of technology in business operations deepens, MTN Nigeria has advised business concerns in Nigeria to brace up for more technology revolution.
The company has also partnered Connect Marketing Services (CMS) to host the maiden edition of Tech+ 2015, as part of efforts at improving access to technology and understanding of how it can enhance business productivity among SMEs by taking their businesses to the next level.
Tech+ 2015 is an innovative technology conference and exhibition that will feature live high-tech demonstrations of the latest digital products and services along with hands-on practical workshops facilitated by renowned IT experts. The two-day event with the theme “Leadership in Digital Technology” is scheduled to hold July 24 and 25, in Lagos.
Speaking on the conference, Richard Iweanoge, general manager, consumer marketing, MTN Nigeria, said the event will not only showcase the latest technology but will equally be an avenue for participating individuals, businesses and top brands across Nigeria to understand the potentials of the emerging digital technologies.
Particularly, businesses will have the opportunity of interacting with business solutions that will drive their businesses while providing value for their customers.
According to Iweanoge, “technology is shaping the world of business. Enterprise teams now collaborate face-to-face without the need to travel. With all their business information in the Cloud, SMEs can transact business from anywhere in the world with ease. As a leading telecommunication company, with great drive for enhancing and empowering business enterprises in Nigeria and across Africa, we are proud to be associated with these developments.”
Further justifying the importance of the conference to brands and businesses across Nigeria, Iweanoge said “Tech+ is providing a platform and an ecosystem that promotes cutting-edge technologies through education, practice, and innovation in the African Market. The global impact of technology across all areas of human endeavour has made it more imperative that people stay in touch with the world around them to be able to identify with technological advancements that could reshape their world.”
Meanwhile, Tunji Adeyinka, CEO, Connect Marketing Service, informed that speakers at the event will include: Jim Mckelvey, co-founder/director, Square; Nicolas Martin, CEO, Jumia Africa; Wael Fakharany, regional business lead, Google X, West Africa, and Abiola Olaniyan, CEO, Gamsole.
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