Congo Business Network is organizing an online business event on Zoom on September 17, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. Kinshasa time on the following topic: “The digitization of financial services and the best practices to follow for banks, telecoms and startups.”

According to the organizers, speakers include Adrien Chem-Sham Mbele, Director of Digital Banking at Access Bank DRC; Chantal Kalala, Manager in Consulting and Risk Advisory at Deloitte Services; Frédéric Siazo Gini, Director of Payment Systems at the Central Bank of Congo; Christian Kukabu, Managing Director of My Excellent Card; and Ruddy Mukwamu, Managing Director of MaxiCash.

The conference will be moderated by Noel K. Tshiani, President of Agere Global and Thony K. Ngumbu, Managing Director of Mwinda Technologies.

The sponsor and partners of this initiative include Access Bank DRC, Deloitte Services, Mining and Business Magazine, 10,000 Codeurs, TechCabal, Mwinda Technologies, MaxiCash, Tinda, BigUp News, IP Stance, Uwezo Entrepriz, African Markets, My Excellent Card, Total Construct, Congo Digital, Uwezo Afrique, Tech-Congo and UFM 94.7, the radio that will retransmit the discussions live in Kinshasa and Brazzaville.

To participate in this meeting of Congolese professionals and entrepreneurs, reserve your place through this link:

A message will be sent by email to those who have registered with detailed instructions on how to connect to Zoom the day of the meeting.

To contact Congo Business Network, individuals can send a message to or via WhatsApp at +1.202.820.4580.

Since its creation in October 2018 in New York in the United States of America, Congo Business Network connects and assists Congolese entrepreneurs to succeed in the business world by getting clients, gaining visibility in the media, finding business partners, identifying investors and meeting government decision-makers in Kinshasa and abroad.

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