A new Business Partnership has been formed in Atlanta Georgia for the launching of the African Global Business eDirectory. The aim of this project is to link African Businesses Globally with Consumers worldwide.
New Partnership to Unveil Nigerian/African Business eDirectory
The number of Nigerians in the International Community has quadrupled in the last 10 years. Published reports "estimated that 20 million more Nigerians reside outside Nigeria with the majority living in the United States and the United Kingdom." A new Business Partnership has been formed in Atlanta Georgia for the launching of the African Global Business eDirectory. The aim of this project is to link Nigerian Businesses Globally with Consumers worldwide. It would also offer good linking opportunity for Nigerian Government Contractors and Business owners back home with qualified Nigerian Business Operators and Contractors in the International Community.
The African Business listing category would offer similar opportunities to other African countries by linking them with businesses owned by their citizens living abroad. Basic Listing is free and all listings would start in the first quarter of 2013 .The new eDirectory would go live and officially launched in April, 2013.There will be multiple listing categories including Standard and Premium. Subscribers can list their products and services in real-time directly through the online Platform. Since listing into the eDirectory is free, it is anticipated that the eDirectory will offer excellent opportunity for Nigerian, African and other consumers in the international community to buy products and services from vendors of African descent.
The new eDirectory would utilize state of the art technology and advanced features including a Portal for Nigerian and African Breaking News, Latest Nollywood and African Film Releases and Interviews with Nollywood and African movie stars and celebrities. Other features include a Searchable Database. As CNN often says, "Africa is open for Business". Is your company positioned to take advantage of the exponential economic and industrial growth about to unfold on the African Continent? More information would be provided when available
Paul Okechukwu Oranika, Content and Editorial Director
James Ujah, Technology and Operations Director