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Mobile financial sector firms to be honoured in Lagos

09 April 2015, 14:06Okoro Chinedu

Lagos - Organisations and companies that have made significant contributions to the mobile financial sector will be rewarded at the fifth Mobile Money Expo in Lagos next month.

They will be acknowledged with the Kalahari Award, which was established and dedicated to acknowledging creativity, commitment and excellence in the mobile and financial services ecosystem in Africa.

The fifth Kalahari Award nomination is now open with winners set to be announced at the Mobile Money Expo on May 6-7.

Also Read: Overwhelming response to mobile money expo

An independent panel of expert judges decides the awards based on a number of criteria including: geographic market penetration, on-going and evidence of commercial campaigns, regulatory compliance where necessary, cross sector partnerships, active deployments and future potentials for further growth.

“The award is given to organizations or individuals that have made significant contributions to the mobile financial sector and are poised to make considerable market impact in the future,” Emmanuel Okoegwale, spokesperson of the organisers, said.

Entries are free and can be submitted directly by the organisation or partners via the event website: http://mobilemoneyexpo.com/kalahari.

All entries must be received by 6pm (GMT) next Wednesday.

- CAJ News


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