TechCabal Office Hours will be held on the 28th of this month, with an interactive Q&A session led by Olumide Olusanya, CEO Gloo.ng.

Before Gloo.ng, Olumide Olusanya oversaw the building and development of the local and international payment networks of majority of Nigeria’s Tier-1 banks. In Q4 2003, he led the team that developed the POS system that processed Nigeria’s first online-realtime POS transaction. He also led the team that rolled out West Africa’s first indigenous international payment card, Ecobank MasterCard.

These days, he’s devoted to leading Gloo.ng to become the largest online supermarket in Africa.

Ecommerce is tricky to navigate, but there will be plenty of time to get insights from an expert in the field, so fill out this form today to be part of the conversation. Entrance is free and limited to only 15 people.

This event is powered by our generous friends at V8 Ventures who run a platform for accelerating business growth across Africa by bridging the gap between early-stage enterprises, investors and highly experienced mentors.

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