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Mar 4th, 14:40

Join Fastmoving at the 5th Annual eCommerce Africa Conference and Exhibition in less than one month!


We are offering all Fastmoving subscribers 70% off expo passes!

Use the discount code: FAST70
to register for your expo pass. Click here to register now.

*Limited offer!
Please act fast to avoid disappointment!

REGISTER NOW!

EXPO AGENDA SNAPSHOT


CX Demand StrategyPayments
Leveraging your brand in a landscape dominated by Marketplaces

Mike Joubert, Founder, Billybo Group
Optimizing your online payments for a higher AOV

Craig Kinnear, CEO, Drenched
Dominating facebook advertising in 2019

Sue Little, Digital Marketing Specialist, Red & Yellow
Common payment mistakes to avoid in 2019

Rahul Jain, Co-founder, Peach Payments
Know this before driving resources into omni-channel!

Chantel Smit, Head of CRM, Travelstart
Basics of cross border payments: what every company planning to accept payments internationally needs to know

Nico Sholtz, Network Operations Manager, Sage Pay


Click here to view the conference agenda or here to view the full version of the expo agenda.

Contact marcia@kineticevents.net for more information.

The 5th eCommerce Africa Conference & Exhibition take place 19 - 20 March 2019 at the CTICC in Cape Town.


Visit www.ecommerce-africa.com 

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