On the 24th of September, Juliet Anammah, Chairwoman, Jumia Nigeria and Group Chief Sustainability Officer will be speaking at the #FutureOfCommerce.

Juliet will speak on a panel session tagged “The Future of Commerce in Emerging Markets” alongside Nkebet Mesele, Senior Director – Solutions Management at Visa Sub-Saharan Africa and other distinguished speakers.

This panel discussion will explore what commerce will look like in Africa and other emerging markets over the next few years. It will also look at the biggest growth indicators for e-commerce, what the impediments to this growth are, and how innovators can harness the untapped opportunities.

Juliet joined Jumia in 2015 as CEO of Jumia Nigeria. She has over 28 years of professional experience covering consulting, consumer goods, sales and marketing and e-commerce and has served on several boards in a non-executive capacity.

She serves on the Board of CGAP, a nonprofit agency funded by IFC/ World Bank, and other DFIs; her focus is on improving financial inclusion in the developing world. In 2018, she became a member of the Nigerian Industrial Council – a group of private and public sector professionals appointed by the President of Nigeria to define policies supporting the industrial development of the country.

Juliet began her career in Sanofi Aventis and held various roles in sales, marketing, and product management between 1991-1999. She joined Accenture in 1999 and rose to be the Partner / Managing Director overseeing Accenture’s Manufacturing and Consumer Goods Practice covering West Africa.

Juliet has a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and an MBA in Finance from ESUT, Nigeria, and is an alumnus of the Wharton Advanced Management Program.

Interested in listening to and meeting Juliet on the 24th of September? Secure a ticket to the conference now. You’ll also get to meet other speakers and our attendees. It’ll be a great learning experience for everyone who attends. 

This event is brought to you by TechCabal in partnership with DAI Magister and Paystack, and it is sponsored by Doroki, Chipper Cash, Klasha, VerifyMe and GIG Mobility

For sponsorship inquiries, contact the Head of Partnerships at Big Cabal Media, Favour Ogunlana | Favour@bigcabal.com

Boluwatife Sanwo | Author

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