By Alli Sheriffdeen Abiola
To show continued support for promoting and growing Nigerian products, a group of young Nigerians, led by Seyifunmi Adebote is to stage ‘Bridging The Future 2.0.’
The idea of Bridging The Future is to use existing social media platforms – Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to promote and increase the visibility of Nigerian startups.
The Bridging The Future project is a little way of encouraging and putting smiles on the faces of hardworking entrepreneurs by promoting their brands, at no cost.
According to the project spokesperson, Oluwa Omoyele, “Bridging The Future initiative is birth with the sole aim of reaching out to as many people as possible to patronize Nigerian products and service in providing daily needs.”
“The project hopes to boost productivity for the selected brands and at the same time increase public awareness that bridges the gap between those in need of products or services and those who provide it.”
Media partners include itsallisay.com, sagagist.com.ng, infoafriq.com and Tahzan Media. Interested brands can mail firstname.lastname@example.org their business briefs which will be scrutinized by panelists; whereby 20 brands will be selected for the project. The project will run from 1st of January to 20th of January, 2018.