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New Media Conference 2016 2nd Edition set to hold on May 27

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The second Conference on New Media –applications and technology is set to hold on May 27, 2016 by 8am, at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

This edition will bring together key new media practitioners, corporate brands and digital media agencies for a comprehensive overview of the rapidly expanding Digital Media space.

The New Media Conference 2016 will also feature a keynote speaker, industry experts, well moderated sessions, brand exhibitions and key takeaways. Last year Pulse Nigeria's Editor-in-chief Osagie Alonge and Entertainment Editor Princess Abumere were part of the panel. More than 300 participants are expected at this years conference.

The theme for this year is: “Business Unusual: Nurturing a more Vibrant New Media industry in Nigeria”, and will cover topics relevant such as Corporate branding, Digital Agency, Social Media Influence.

"This year's conference is particularly important," said conference organizer,  Tosin Ajibade.

We are converging to articulate interests and inputs from stakeholders in the Nigerian online/digital media space and seeking to turn the results of that conversation to real-world uses," she added.

Following the success of the maiden edition in 2015, the organizers will be broadening and deepening the conversation in 2016. With the support and partnership of leading brands and experts, they have revealed their commitment to empowering and enlightening individuals and corporate organizations with useful information and exposure towards a more rewarding new media practice in Nigeria.

For more information on the conference, see the conference web page at: http://www.newmediaconference.net/

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