Payments Solutions for the Poor – #DIAA2017

While mobile financial services are now available in many emerging markets in Africa, active usage as a factor of sustainable financial inclusion still desires to be improved by bridging the crucial gap between registration (account opening) and active usage. This will require

Best Brand on Social Media! Submit Entry!!

#DiFiExpo – DIGITAL AND FINANCIAL EXPO Featuring Digital Impact Awards Africa #DIAA2017 will celebrate brands that have effectively embraced and made impact with social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, Blogs, and more for its communication. The categories are; Best

Best Digital Marketing Campaign: DIAA 2015 Nominees Brief

Digital marketing is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to reach and convert leads into customers. The key objective is to promote brands, build preference and increase sales through various digital

Best Mobile App: DIAA 2015 Nominees Brief

Mobile apps are add-on software for handheld devices, such as smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDA). Among the most prevalent are games, social networking, maps, news, business, Sports, Classifieds, weather and travel information. All of these leverage at least one of the

Best Mobile Devices Brand: DIAA 2015 Nominees Brief

Governments throughout the ecosphere are striving to bring information and communication technologies (ICT) to everyone. In a way to Drive Digital Communications Ahead, Policy-makers and telecommunications services providers need to dedicate time to educating consumers about digital content (data), devices, plus the

Best Digital Inclusion Impact: DIAA 2015 Nominees Brief

Digital Impact Awards Africa (DIAA) 2015 Best Digital Inclusion Impact category looks at companies that have made it possible for individuals and groups to access and use information and communication technologies. Digital inclusion is achievable with affordable access and usage of digital

59% of Uganda’s Top 1000 Taxpayers Lack Corporate Websites

59% of Uganda’s Top 1000 Taxpayers face higher operational costs and reduced profitability due to lack of Corporate Websites London/Kampala: The majority of Uganda’s Top 1000 Taxpayers do not have a corporate website thereby forfeiting opportunities to cut costs, improve service delivery