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VCONNECT trains SMEs to bridge market gap

BY Emmanuel Elebeke

In its effort to bridge the existing information gap between business owners and their target markets across the country, Nigeria’s local search engine and Information service provider, VConnect Global Service Limited, has hosted a forum on online marketing in Abuja.

This is as the company organized a business forum which attracted  budding and experienced business owners in the country.

Speaking at the event, the Sales Territory Manager, VConnect Nigeria Limited, Mr. Wale Onibudo, disclosed that the recent expansion of VConnect to Abuja was in line with the company’s mission to give businesses everywhere in Nigeria the opportunity to partake of the numerous benefits associated with getting listed on the website .

“VConnect is constantly repositioning its marketing strategies and quality of service with a view to giving businesses the opportunity and awareness required to increase their profitability. The success of a business is tied to the level of awareness created around the business and any business listed on the Vconnect directory would enjoy numerous requests from other parts of the country. We want businesses in other parts of the country to have a feel of what our Lagos clientele have been experiencing”, he explained.

Mr. Onibudo noted that the company had shown its passion for the growth of entrepreneurs in Nigeria, which has paid off with the conferment the Nigerian Event Awards, TNEA 2012, in recognition of the depth and width of the content available on the VConnect website.

‘’As we establish our presence in Abuja and other parts of Nigeria, the database can only get bigger and better”, he added.

The VConnect business forum train, according to him,  is expected to berth in Port Harcourt in October this year where current business owners and prospective business owners of SME’s would be further enlightened on the latest trends in online marketing and how businesses grow through the internet.


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