Congo Business Network will hold its first online event this Sunday, November 25, 2018 on Cisco WebEx. This event organized by Noel K. Tshiani, president of Agere Global, focuses on the theme: “Developing a business with digital solutions.” Several entrepreneurs from the diaspora and the DRC will participate because they have already confirmed their participation on LinkedIn Events.
Indeed, the event will involve intervention of Richard Kabeya Mwamba, president of Zosnow. He will respond to questions of many entrepreneurs on digital solutions from 6:00 pm to 7:00 p.m. Kinshasa time.
Zosnow is a digital solutions company based in London. It offers services in the areas of web site development and hosting and digital marketing (search engine optimization, search engine marketing and social media marketing). For the organizers of this event, the goal is to showcase the expertise and experience of Congolese professionals and entrepreneurs in the diaspora and in Congo as well.
This online event is organized with LinkedIn Events, a new digital system for organizing professional events. And Congo Business Network has exclusive access to it, especially since accessibility is so far limited to just a few professionals and entrepreneurs in San Francisco and in New York.
This is the result of the meeting that Noel K. Tshiani had with the CEO of LinkedIn recently in Washington at the Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
As a reminder, the mission of Congo Business Network is to connect professionals and entrepreneurs in the diaspora in order to take action and contribute to the economic development of Congo.
The event scheduled for this Sunday, November 25, 2018 is the first of a long series of online events that will be organized to contribute to professional development for professionals and entrepreneurs in the diaspora and in Congo.
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