Konga Is Hosting a Massive SME Business Summit This September! And It’s Not Free

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Leading Nigerian online marketplace, KONGA, is advancing the boundaries of trade in Nigeria with a well packaged business summit for entrepreneurs and SME owners. The 2015 Seller Summit event tagged: The New Marketplace: Tapping into the Ecosystem, will feature successful entrepreneurs, and financial specialists from different sectors teaching participants how to tap into the internet wave to increase their sales.

Personalities such as Troyka Holdings Chairman and The Apprentice Africa host Biodun Shobanjo, Google Nigeria Country Manager Juliet Ehimuan, and DHL Anglophone Africa MD Randy Buday will discuss breakthrough models in business management, branding, logistics management, inventory management.

Biodun Shobanjo Troyka Holdings

Troyka Holdings Chairman Biodun Shobanjo

It’s one thing to easily have products listed on a site, it’s another to safely stock, track and deliver these goods from a store room and receive payment.

“As an entrepreneur in Nigeria’ fast evolving trade environment, you must constantly adapt your business strategy and channels to ensure you stay relevant in today’s market, and that your business is well positioned to enjoy continued business growth”, says Olatomiwa Akande, Konga PR head.

Konga is touring the path of Jack Ma’s Alibaba by going beyond online interaction to engaging business owners offline and genuinely delivering impact. If businesses keep doing well, transactions increase on the Konga marketplace and Konga does well too.

The 2015 Seller Summit holds on Saturday 12th September, 2015 at the prestigious Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos by 9 AM. Conference fee is N2,500 for Konga Sellers and N7000 for other participants.


Recent reports reaching us confirms that the Seller Summit 2015 earlier scheduled to hold on September 12, 2015 at Eko Hotel & Suites has been postponed to Saturday October 17, 2015.

Speaking on the postponement, Nneka Obiano of KONGA said the need for the shift in date arose because of conflicting schedules of some key speakers and entrepreneurs. She said:

“To have a wide audience that fully represents the broad e-commerce industry, there is need to postpone this year’s summit to accommodate the schedules of key inspiring speakers and interested entrepreneurs who would otherwise not be able to attend. We apologize for any inconvenience that may result from this change in schedule, but hope that it will ultimately better serve all interested parties.” 

Interested participants should click here for further details.


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