Wednesday, May 13, 2020 /06:10 PM / by WebTV/ Header Image Credit: Ecographics
Market Review segment dedicated to #Coronanomics will be featuring a robust
conversation on ‘COVID 19: How Fintechs Can Support Economic
Activities in Nigeria’.
Guest: Abolore Salami
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Topic: COVID 19: How Fintechs Can Support Economic Activities in Nigeria
Highlights: Available later in the day with
link to full video.
Ottoabasi Abasiekong, Editor, WebTV
Boason Omofaye, Guest Analyst and CEO Frontier Africa Reports
Questions for Discussion
- Fintechs And Deepening Financial Services for the
Informal Sector in Nigeria.
- Regulatory & Policies that Can
Unlock More Opportunities For Fintech
- Macro-Economic Impact on Activities
of Fintechs in Nigeria
- Prospects for Attracting More
Investments Into the Nigerian Fintech Industry in 2020
- Opportunities and Segments to Watch
for The Fintech Industry Post COVID-19
SALAMI ABOLORE is the Founder of Riby a Digital
Banking & Financial Services Platform for Cooperatives, Trade/Business
Groups & Salary Earners in Company Groups. Organizations like Banks, DFIs
and State/ Regional Development Agencies who are interested in the financial
success of our or their users, especially Cooperatives also use Riby to manage
their economic development programs.
is the founding partner of Business Lab Africa and served as Vice President of
Power Tech (2014-2017), Partner Visacover (2015-2016), Head, Business
Development & Tech, Del-York International (2011-2015), and Business
Analyst, Ciuci Consulting (2010-2011).
Abolore has skills in Project Management, Market Research and Business
Strategy, amongst others.
has featured as a panelist at several strategic Fintech Conferences and Tech
bootcamps in Nigeria.
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