The emergence of business models based on innovation, cooperation networks, and the enhancement of endogenous resources, are strong contributors to the development of competitive businesses and economies. This rapid advancement requires vast amounts of information to be made available at the touch of a button. With this huge requirement for knowledge and creativity, blogging becomes the avenue to place information online in the blogger’s unique way, with full control over their content. The 2019 .ng bloggers summit aims to bring bloggers who are spearheading digital initiatives within the digital community together, to offer insights, education and case studies on what promises to be an aspect of the technology industry that is growing exponentially.
The 2019 Bloggers Summit is the second edition of this bloggers assembly which is powered by NiRA. The Summit aims to dive deeper than ever before into the world of digital business, going beyond the buzz-phrase of “Digital Transformation” and making real sense of the concept through business use cases, common challenges and inspirational ideas. The summit is a full-day learning and networking event for bloggers at all levels; pioneers and rookies alike. It is hoped that stakeholders will learn about the opportunities in blogging, network with industry experts, and cultivate their presence in the online community, from this event.
- Participants at the 2019 Bloggers summit will be able to learn from influential speakers and experts in the field of blogging
- Acquire actionable take-aways from some of the most accomplished bloggers in the country.
- Connect with peers and colleagues
- Learn legal considerations in blogging
- Learn how to start and run businesses
- Learn about business opportunities and offerings from Sponsors
Elder Chima Onyekwere OONChairman, Linkserve Nigeria LTD
Mr. Muhammed RudmanPresident, NiRA
Chukwuemeka Fred AgbataChannels TV - Tech Trends
Mr. Ben BasseyEditor In Chief at Pulse Nigeria
Royal Damgrete Hotel
13 - 16 Factory Road GRA, Umuahia Abia State.
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|11:00AM – 11:45AM|
|11:45AM – 12:30PM|
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