MYBAFRICA
MYBAFRICA
About MYBAFRICA
The DIGITAL SPACE is the book of human knowledge created and disbursed by human but yet to be fully tapped into. An average African live below daily budget on food, shelter and the likes to cater for its daily needs. Every idea has a birth point and place. The 21st century has made things easier for us to tap INTO THE FUTURE via the power of the DIGITAL SPACE. MYBAFRICA is an acronym of MIND YOUR BUSINESS AFRICA. It is an initiative of CHRISTIAN JOSHUA NETWORK put together with a purpose of training African YOUTHS, EMPLOYED, UNEMPLOYED and BUSINESS OWNERS on SELF DISCOVERY, POTENTIAL UTILIZATION and BUSINESS GROWTH, which is one of the key components for the growth and development of a nation with a clear cut vision for her people. MYBAFRICA is a FREE TRAINING geared towards training African Youths on the need to leverage on the power of DIGITAL SPACE to building self discovery business, hence, creating a sustainable source of income towards meeting their everyday needs and fulfilling destiny. The goal is to make sure that after the training, all participants will be able to Think. Create. Sell any idea, generate funds online, build a sustainable income online and live above daily average in other to live to the fullness of their potentials in various niches. The training is slated to hold for two Saturdays in each location. Join the conversation online #MYBAFRICA #CHRISTIANJOSHUA #CHRISTIANJOSHUANETWORK.

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DATE: Monday 8th October 2018 by 10:00 am
LOCATION: Africa
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AFRICA CASHLESS PAYMENT SYSTEMS CONFERENCE
AFRICA CASHLESS PAYMENT SYSTEMS CONFERENCE
According to a recent report by the World Bank, about 90% of retail transactions in sub-Saharan Africa are cash based and just 34% of adults in Africa have traditional bank accounts. GSMA’s 2016 annual report also noted that 500 million Africans currently use mobile phones and that the number will rise to 725 million by 2020, while only 84 million persons in 31 African countries have an active mobile money account. Frost & Sullivan, a consulting firm to the World Bank, disclose that Mobile money transactions in sub-Saharan Africa could exceed $1.3 billion by 2019 while investment in cashless transactions in the continent is expected to grow by $62 billion per year with a commensurate growth in international remittances to Africa. The conference shall create a point of convergence for Payment Systems Executives, Financial Institutions, Fintech Companies, Payment Card Executives, Economic leaders where critical decisions will be taken on strategies for a seamless and secured cashless payment system in Africa. The Conference will also look at the Modern Cashless Payment Systems using cash-substitutes as compared to traditional payment systems. These include: Debit cards, Credit cards, Electronic funds transfers, Direct Credits, Direct Debits, Internet Banking, e-Wallet, Mobile Money and e-Commerce Payment Systems. From cash to cashless: The Journey of Cashless Payment Systems in Africa. Cashless Financial Transactions and the role of Technology. Financial Transaction Standards in a digitized Africa. The challenges of Cross Border transaction. Financial Fraud Detection in a cashless world. Money laundering in a cashless payment system. The Future of Cashless Economy in Africa.
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Kempinski Hotel, Accra-Ghana