The West Africa Bloggers Conference – Sponsored by Jumia


Calling all bloggers! Are you a fashion, tech, entertainment, gossip, sport, lifestyle or political blogger? This one is for you! The West Africa Bloggers Conference is around the corner! Mark your calendars, on May 15th and 16th, the WABC will be taking place at Berkeley Hotel, Isaac John Street in Ikeja, Lagos!

Come learn how to do it right! Speakers on the day include Jonathan Doerr – MD Marketing Jumia, Bayo Adekanmbi – CMO MTN Nigeria, Alero Ladipo – Head of Communications Smile Communications , Taiwo Kola Ogunlade -Communications & Public Affairs Manager Google Nigeria, Clara Okoro – CEO Brand World Media, Ayo Oyebade – CEO Advert Striker LTD, Bayero Agabi – President Transatlantic Media Company, Yinka Olaito -, Lead consultant Michael Sage Consulting Ltd, Ade Adefeko – Group Head Corporate Olam Nigeria, Demola Olosunmade MD BBDO , Frank Ozekhome – MD TINK AFRICA and Alaezi Akpuru Style Consultant Jumia Nigeria.

The WABC conference is destined to be the best thing to happen to blogging since Affiliate programmes.  Come learn on advanced blogging techniques, creative and branding strategies, monetization opportunities/structured business models, successful digital business principles and other topics that will prove advantageous for Bloggers in all fields.

Entry into this event is FREE but better hurry as seats are very limited. Log on to to register a seat. If you miss out on the available 350 seats, not to worry, you can stream the event live or follow the twitter feeds of the event via the hashtag #WABCLagos2015.

The West Africa Bloggers conference is sponsored by Jumia Nigeria, MTN Nigeria, Smile Communications Nigeria , Advert Striker.COM, Google Nigeria, Magnificent Prints LTD, Spaneck.COM and ICE Magazine.

This article was written by Yemi Kuti

2 thoughts on “The West Africa Bloggers Conference – Sponsored by Jumia”

  1. This is a very good development, we can achieve it together by joining hands. #WABC

    Thanks to jumia and other sponsors.

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