Categories: Social Media

#SMWLagos Event: Social Media, The New Global Currency – February 25

The second session of the series of Lagos Social Media Week featuring a Social Media Jury Masterclass will take place on Thursday, February 25.

The venue for the Social Media Week 2016 will be at the Goethe Institut. The event bringing together social media big wigs and influencers will kick off at 11 AM.

The speakers at the event include:

Japheth J. Omujuwa, the Omujuwa.com curator

Lanre Aina – Brand Activation Lead sub-Saharan Africa Google

Abiola Fabio – CEO, Erdters

Blossom Ozurumba – Co-Founder Digital Media Development Initiative

This session holds the promise of more intellectual prompting discourses and bountiful funfair,” said Tonia Odili an online publicist and the convener of the Lagos Social Media Week 2016.

The jury will provide an enabling platform for young creative entrepreneurs and SMEs to meet and have a one-on-one interaction with thought leaders whilst being stimulated by best practice scenarios in a roundtable panel.”

Confirmed prospective attendants to the event include P.R. Managers, SMEs and Businesses owners, CEOs, Bloggers, Agencies, Content Owners, Artist Managers, Artists managers and event Politicians.

There will also be discussions and Q&A session over the social media under the hashtag #SMWSMJURY. The anchor for the event will be the well know media personality, Onoge Tega Ben, popularly known as OTB.

The premier edition of the Social Media Jury Masterclass series took place last year on Nov 10 at the Lagos Creative Industry Fair, at the Freedom Park, Lagos Island.

Admission to the event will be free. You can RSVP at this link.

Foods and drinks will also be served at the event.  The event is sponsored by Tonia Odili and CORA/Arterial Network of Nigeria with the support of The Goethe Institut.

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