Zidora Group of companies Nig Ltd; a foremost service based company best known for five-star services, is set to launch their Digital and Media company comprising of My Media Africa; a digital media marketing company and Corporate Communications and Public Relations firm and My Media Africa Magazine, an online and offline information hub focusing on Entrepreneurship, Data Mining and Analytics is set to launch on July 1.
Zidora Media and Communication Services Limited, owners of My Media Africa Magazine, announced that the magazine is the print version of its e-zine focused on showcasing and promoting Africa’s contribution to the global information and communication industry.
Speaking with journalists in his Abuja Office, Dr. Arinze Fortune Madueke, founder, My Media Africa Magazine said “the publication was birthed to fill a needed gap as well as promoting entrepreneurship, innovation and consumer technology trends in Africa.”
“We are set to launch a robust and rich publication that showcases the very best of what we have in Africa, and our focus will also be on start-ups, investments, entrepreneurs, innovations, billionaires who have made a mark in their various industries, leadership, real estate, data mining and analytics in Africa and beyond,” Madueke Said.
My Media Africa magazine intends to appeal the mix of technology, real estate, policy makers, under 20,30 and 40 entrepreneurs and lovers of innovations.
“My Media Africa Magazine is on a mission to change the landscape of journalism in Africa and positively inspire business leaders, game-changing innovators and cutting edge consumer technology trends in the whole of Africa.
“My Media Africa Magazine will be available in print and digital media, to be distributed across Nigeria, Africa and beyond.”
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