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Flutterwave announces second edition of trade fair

Flutterwave announces second edition of trade fair

Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company has announced the second edition of its trade fair, after recording a successful first edition in October 2021.

The trade fair aims to support small businesses and help them increase sales by providing a free ecommerce store, point of sales (POS) capabilities and access to willing shoppers.

Businesses on Flutterwave Store— a simple ecommerce platform that enables small businesses to sell online seamlessly without having to build or design a website, will be displaying their products physically on booths provided by Flutterwave at the trade fair.

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Chidera Ihuoma Founder of Audraft—a small business that deals in Crafts – beads, hats, fascinators said: “Thank you Flutterwave and Pages by Dammy for giving Audraft the opportunity to showcase our products. The trade fair is a great opportunity for Audraft and young entrepreneurs to meet other business people and learn, while also providing an opportunity for our businesses to listen to our customers’ needs, improve on our service offerings and expand our reach. Audraft made good sales and got pre-orders.”

Speaking on the event, an attendee and shopper,Oyindamola Adedipe, said: “The Flutterwave trade fair was particularly interesting and fun for me. My shopping experience was very seamless and intriguing as there was so much to choose from and the checkout process was great using Flutterwave. You would see things you didn’t even know you needed.”

Olugbenga GB Agboola, CEO and Founder Flutterwave reacting to the forthcoming eventsaid, “Small businesses are key to economic development as they contribute 48% of national GDP in Nigeria. We’re focused on supporting their growth with technology and material resources. We have provided the Flutterwave Store, which currently helps over 30,000 businesses across Africa sell online seamlessly. With the trade fair, we are providing a physical platform for the businesses to meet and sell to their customers. I am specially inviting everyone to the Flutterwave trade fair on December 19th. Let’s show up and support small businesses in Nigeria.”

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The second edition of the trade fair termed, #FlutterwaveXPagesbyDammyTradeFair. will be held on 19th December at the Landmark Event Centre (Hall 1), Lagos.

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