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Okere @ CBS to share economic breakthroughs in emerging markets


Founder, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) Plc and member of the World Economic Forum Business Council on Intrapreneurship and Innovation, Mr. Austin Okere would be returning to the Columbia Business School (CBS) in New York on October 27, 2015, reports ITRealms.

In a public statement endorsed by CWG, ITRealms gathered that Mr. Okere would be teach at the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at CBS on “Riding on the Sharing Economy to break into Emerging Markets.”

For what has been tagged the CWG 2.0, Mr. Okere would be using the platform to draw attention to partnership opportunities in the sub-Saharan Africa.

ITRealms also reports that Mr. Okere’s engagement would open on October 27 by 12:30pm till 2pm at Uris Hall 326 with a refreshment of pizza available for participants.

Okere was quoted as underscoring the fact that shifting consumer behavior and the penetration of broadband and mobile technology has given rise to a new sharing economy aptly referred to as the On-Demand economy.

He also pointed out that this has created platform for partnerships to break into the high growth emerging economies with innovative products and services.

“Come and explore and engage,” he invited.

ITRealms recalls that Mr. Okere with his experience as the founder of CWG since 23 years ago is indicative of the growth that the company has made as it records a $130 million revenue, listed as the largest ICT security on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE).

Recently, ITRealms recollects, the World Economic Forum recognized CWG as a WEF Global Growth Company in addition to several other recognition across the continent of Africa.

Interested participants are urged to register at http://bit.ly/EIROKERESPR15, while appointment could be scheduled via Chris Bustamante.


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