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OBMeet Unveils Ways To Boost Businesses Using Social Media



OBMeet Unveils Ways To Boost Businesses Using Social Media-Crystal News

OBMeet, a cloud-based voice, video conference, and network video broadcasting solution, has announced innovative ways to scale up African and global businesses through the use of social media.

The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of OBMeet.Com, Emmanuel Gabriel, made this known in a statement issued in Abuja on Monday.

Gabriel explained that the app was designed with the goal of making communication, businesses, and collaboration cheap, accessible, and secure.

He noted that during its beta testing phase, OBMeet® continued to receive numerous positive reviews and had positioned itself in users minds as a product that would set a new tangent for the voice and video conferencing industry.

According to him, the platform will organise a conference on July 15 to help impact knowledge on how to use social media to boost businesses.

“The conference will discuss ‘innovative ways to scale your business through social media: opportunities, issues, and insights.

“We have invited various experts from different and relevant fields as guest speakers”.

The founder however encouraged interested people to register and join the virtual conference via:

Gabriel, a Nigerian scientist based in Europe, also explained that the platform was designed, own and run by African innovators in the continent and Diaspora.

He said is already providing audio and visual conferencing services, including live seminars, webinars, television, radio, and social media streaming to its growing users.

The founder stated that the dream of the team was to provide seamless, efficient, secured, and most cost-effective services to the world.

He expressed optimism that would play a great role in promoting and supporting Nigeria’s policies to lead the global digital economy.

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FG Unveils Solar-Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station In Lagos



FG Unveils Solar-Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station In Lagos-Crystal News

Minister of Industry, Trade and Investments, Niyi Adebayo, has said that strategic human capital and capacity development are essential to industrialization growth in the country.

Adebayo stated this, yesterday, in Lagos while unveiling a solar-powered Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station and electric vehicle pilot project of the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) in conjunction with the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

He said the programme was designed to promote advanced technology transfer and the development of sophisticated human capital.

Adebayo said the charging station developed by the NADDC would promote applicable local solutions for vehicle electrification in Nigeria, adding that it will offer students first-hand experience with the latest innovations in mobility and renewable power technology.

Earlier in his message, Director-General, NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, said the charging station was 100 per cent solar-powered.

Vice-Chancellor, UNILAG, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, said the university would put the facility into proper use.

He said the innovation came at the right time the global world is shifting to renewable energy, stating that the institution would continue to invest in research.

Chief Executive Officer, Stallion Group, Anant Badjitya, said Stallion and Hyundai were passionate to drive innovation in Nigeria.

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