Nendo, a regional leader in data-driven insights on the African consumer, presents a report on mobile connectivity. "After cash, mobile money and airtime, megabytes are the most important currency of the digital economy" - Mark Kaigwa, author.
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A landmark digital storytelling project, it attempted to 'define' the terms, trends and personalities behind "Kenyans on Twitter." Using the 26 letters of the alphabet, it visited never-before-defined catchphrases, hashtags and shaped a continental conversation on the role of Twitter.
The report that launched it all. These 15 trends shaped digital discourse and have been translated and taught in the DRC, disseminated in Cairo and discussed in Cape Town. The key themes for Broadcast Media, Corporates on Agencies, Influencers & the Audience.
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