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eCommerce MoneyAfrica Confex 2017 hits Cape Town this February

The eCommerce MoneyAfrica Confex, which focuses on ecommerce and fintech, will be held at the CTICC in Cape Town on 22 to 23 February.

The conference will focus on developing a cashless society, cross-border ecommerce, money without borders, building loyalty, and a range of other topics.

“This year’s event parallels the swift adoption of fintech products, improved customer knowledge and fulfilment; key areas driving the growth of eCommerce on the continent,” says managing director of Kinetic, Terry Southam, in a press release to Ventureburn.

It will feature 75 speakers, keynotes, panel discussions, demonstrations, networking, exhibitions, and cocktail functions.

The event looks at bringing together merchants, major retailers, brands, developers, designers, startups, fintech and ecommerce experts.

Some of the speakers include the CEO of Media24’s ecommerce division, Vincent Hoogduijn, managing director of Silvertree Capital, Manuel Koser,  CEO of HotelOga, Marek Zmyslowski, and Chris Folayan, CEO of MallForAfrica among others.

It is targeted at business owners directors, CEOs, and managers who are involved in a range of business decisions.

“A key area of growth for African eCommerce is centred around two main themes: Global Readiness and Expansion. These two related, yet very dissimilar factors, are mandatory to perfect one’s business and succeed in 2017,” writes Folayanx.

The previous event saw over 800 attendees from a range of African countries, such as Tanzania, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and SA.

For more information, visit the eCommerce MoneyAfrica Confex website.

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Graham started out as an electronics manager at Take2 Home Entertainment and went on to spend a further ten years in the South African ecommerce industry. During this time, Graham founded and managed an online geek and hobby shop. He has always had a passion for writing and has... More