EatOut, Facebook, Twitter to host SME workshops at SMWi Conference Nairobi
EatOut, together with Facebook and Twitter, will be hosting the second edition of the Social Media Week Independent Nairobi (SMWi 2017), set to take place on 15th to16th June at the Radisson Blu Hotel. EatOut have worked closely with Facebook for different projects including: hosting a free social media workshop for restaurants in Nairobi.
Having recently launched our Facebook Messenger Bot, EatOut was also selected among the finalists for the Middle East and Africa Bots For Messenger Challenge making it to the top 30 bots to be selected in Sub-Saharan Africa.
This year’s SMWi edition will have eight speakers, including EatOut Founder Mikul Shah, alongside Adrian Ciesielski, Twitter Account Executive for Africa, Elizma Nolte, Regional Marketing Manager for Facebook Africa, Ali Hussein, Principal, Hussein & Associates, George Kagwe,Co-Founder & Director of 4UP Digital Ltd, Mark Kaigwa, Nendo Founder, Onaivi Dania, Founder and Team Lead of Precepts & Mentors, and Certified Health Coach and Founder of the Total Makeover Program Academy, Remi Owadokun. Currently in its second year, Social Media Week Independent Nairobi brings together thousands of professionals in marketing, media and technology. The two day conference will consist of plenary sessions, breakaway discussions and master classes creating content that is key for a knowledge-based economy.
These provide the ideas; trends, insight and inspiration to help people and businesses understand how to achieve more in a hyper-connected world.
Social Media Week is a worldwide conference that curates and shares the best ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture around the world. It offers a great opportunity to put organizations at the epicenter of the innovators in all industries in their community. The annual conference provides engaging, entertaining, educational, diverse content and experiences that helps us to think differently about human connectivity and our shifting relationship to technology. To sign up, visit their website: smwinairobi.com