Businesses And Individuals Set To Be Empowered At The 3rd Edition of Lagos Digital Summit


LFollowing the success of the second edition in 2018, Mustardels Media, a Lagos-based digital marketing firm, is set to host the 2019 edition of the Lagos Digital Summit (LDS), a convergence of digital communication experts, professionals and enthusiasts for the development of their businesses and the attainment of their various aims and objectives.


Organised in collaboration with Expoze Nigeria, a renowned digital marketing company, the summit, themed “Leveraging Digital Innovation & Story Telling”, will focus on the use of digital tools for storytelling and how founders as well as managers can ensure the relevance and profitability in a fast-evolving digital world would hold on Friday 22nd November 2019 at The Zone Tech Park, Gbagada Lagos by 10:00 am.

“Our aim is to contribute to the development of entrepreneurs and businesses in Nigeria using digital as a tool, and we have identified LDS as one of the avenues to help us achieve that. The support received for the last two editions has spurred us to organise this third edition” said Wale Adetona, Convener of the Summit, and a partner of Mustardels Media.

“We have received more than one thousand registrations so far and we look forward to welcoming everybody as we are set to make their attendance worthwhile through engaging discussions, valuable insights and transformative ideas that would emerge from the summit.” Adewale added.

The keynote speech at the summit will be delivered by Segun Awosanya, popularly known as SegaLink, CEO of Aliens Media Limited. Other speakers and facilitators at the summit include Dr. Yemi Kale, Statistician-General of the Federation; Nkemdilim Uwaje Begho, CEO, Future Software Resources Ltd.; Steve Yaw Onu, OAP/Actor; Franklin Ozekhome, Group Strategy Director at Insight Redefini/ Publicis One; Chuey Chu, MC/Content Creator; and Jude Odia, Chief Operating Officer, Starcom Media Perspectives.

“This year, we have carefully selected the best facilitators to sit on three different business-focused panel sessions on how entrepreneurs can take advantage of digital story telling for their business development. A new addition to the Summit this year is a fire-side chat which will feature the Statistician-General of the federation, Dr. Yemi Kale to discuss how he was able to reform the NBS using digital innovation,” said Ademola Adetona, Creative Director, Expoze Nigeria.

Other panelists and facilitators at the summit are Marketing Consultant, Brand and Community Builder, Kayode Abass; Co-founder, TORA Africa, Ized Uanikhehi; SSA on New Media to Lagos State Governor, Jubril Gawat; Digital Marketing Specialist, Peace Itimi; Comedian and MC, Sani Michael Amanesi (MC Lively) to mention a few.

Lagos Digital Summit 2019 is FREE to attend and targeted at Brand and Communication Managers, Techpreneurs, Digital Media Strategists, SME Owners/Managers, Start-ups, MDAs, corporate bodies, tech compliant and adaptive firms, and the general public. Registration is however required on before the event. 

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