The Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) has announced that the 2018 NiRA Bloggers Summit will hold in Lagos Nigeria. The one-day Summit, which is a gathering of Nigerian bloggers, is aimed at bringing together the blogging community and stakeholders in Nigeria to learn, network, and cultivate their presence in the online community.
There would be educational sessions, brand events, influencer interactions, and sessions on monetizing blogs, working with brands as a senior influencer and discussions on other topical issues such as the legal impact of online payment, blogging about the society and individuals.
“Since this is a community event, the door is open for other stakeholders and sponsors who want to be a part of the programme. There will be speaking opportunities as well as the opportunity to take on booths, to exhibit products and services,” said NiRA.
“There is no doubt that bloggers are becoming prominent and influential in the society. Considering the number of bloggers in Nigeria and the need to create a healthy atmosphere for their creativity to blossom in the blogging sphere, NiRA has identified the need to bring bloggers together to assist them with relevant strategies and opportunities to responsibly push up their value propositions to the society and maximize their talents,” said Reverend Sunday Folayan, NiRA President.
“It is therefore not out of place, to also give potential bloggers and existing bloggers the opportunity to interact, develop and improve not only their blogging skills but also their business management skills, ” Reverend Folayan added.
The maiden event is scheduled to hold on the 18th of October 2018. Interested stakeholders may register here.
The Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) was founded on March 23, 2005, as a stakeholder-led organisation, charged with the management of Nigeria’s country code Top Level Domain Name (ccTLD), dot ng. It was registered as an Incorporated Trustee on February 9, 2007.
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