BrandArena: Terragon Group partners LBS on Breakfast Forum for Senior Marketing Directors

Tuesday 8 December 2015

Terragon Group partners LBS on Breakfast Forum for Senior Marketing Directors

Terragon Group, Africa’s leading mobile-focused digital business, recently held an interactive Breakfast Forum in partnership with the Lagos Business School tagged #TheDigiSeries. The event, targeted at Senior Brand, Sales and Marketing Directors from various industry sectors, delivered on its promise of providing the right selling strategies for business growth to participants in today’s super connected digital world.

Guest Speaker at the event, Professor Vincent Onyemah, Marketing Professor at Babson College, United States, excellently delivered time-tested tactics, hammering on how businesses need to constantly deliver value: “To impact on the growth potential of every organization, there is a strong need to understand why people buy from you and in turn translate it into solutions that address their needs, problems and frustrations.”

Elo Umeh, Chief Executive Officer, Terragon Group, speaking at the event, used data and analytics to make a strong case for a key segment of the market which should be the bane of all selling strategies.
L-R: Guest speaker, Vincent “Vini” Onyemah, Associate Professor of Marketing & Sales, Babson College, USA; Bridget Chukwuma, Associate Director, Executive Education, Lagos Business School; Charles Ivenso, Director, Finance and Administration, Lagos Business School; Greg Anobili, Head Of Advertising Sales at Viacom International Media Networks Africa;  Ogechi Adeola, Faculty Member, Marketing, Lagos Business School; Uchenna Uzo PhD, Director, MBA Programs, Lagos Business School; and Elo Umeh, CEO , Terragon Group.
L-R Abimbola Ikumariegbe, GM, Sales and Marketing, VDT Communications; Anurika Azubuike, Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Terragon Group; and Olivia Jean Jeje. 
According to him, “there is no distinction between online & offline for millennials. Businesses should consider this super-connected market segment more critically because by 2020 they will control over $200billion in annual spending.”

The event was attended by several senior participants within the Financial services, FMCG, Technology, industries, among others.
L-R Ejiro Obaro, Senior Sales Executive, A Great Place to Work Institute; Yinka Ijabiyi, Head, Digital Marketing, First Bank Nigeria Plc and Onyinye Nwachukwu, Digital Marketing, First Bank Nigeria Plc.
L-R Anu Sanya, Head, Business and Strategic Partnership, Terragon Group and Osa Abu, Corporate Sales Manager, Enterprise Solutions, MTN Nigeria.
L-R Jumoke Okikiolu, Head, Product Marketing, Samsung Nigeria, and Olayinka Ijabiyi, Head, Digital Marketing, First Bank Nigeria Plc.

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