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How To Attend The Bloggers Party in Abuja Nigeria

LOGiN Bloggers Network in Nigeria has announced partnership with House 43 in order to host the second Bloggers party in Abuja. 

This network of bloggers, coordinated by Logos Audibles Enterprises have the mandate to groom and provide capacity for bloggers and social media users to bring about development in Nigeria and indeed Africa. LOGiN Bloggers believe that bloggers can be brand ambassadors for organisations armed with ethics, respect for intellectual property and offline relevance in form of niche community impact. They are doing this through their nationwide trainings and by convening such networking events like the "Bloggers party" in partnership with House 43, they are set to do even more. This blogger party which made its debut in 2013 holds annually.

The 2014 bloggers party which is themed 'Bloggers talk show and party- Wetin you dey blog sef" will feature talk, games, activities, goody bags, raffle-draw, buffet, performances, and lots of surprises.

House 43 In Partnership With Bloggers
Having the understanding that bloggers are integral to brand and business growth, and the need for bloggers to concentrate and strategise on their niche to access opportunities that abound for them, the House 43 brand have given their support by partnering to bring this event's objective to fore this December. 

The initiator of the LOGiN Bloggers Network and Editor-in-Chief at Logos Audibles, Jenny Chisom expressed gratitude for the opportunity to associate with a world class brand like House 43 to amplify what has become a need. She explained that bringing this to Abuja is helping Nigeria's online content become more robust and helping entrepreneurs and organisations understand what role bloggers can play in their business and brand growth. 

This converge of bloggers in Abuja and environs is a great opportunity for bloggers to let their hair down and unwind in an atmosphere of viral live streaming and brand networking. Businesses can further get a boost by associating with the bloggers expected during this event.
This year's event has been billed for Friday December 5th, 2014 and will take place at the luxurious House 43 facility. Expected participants will include Bloggers, Blog users and entrepreneurs that understand what leveraging on blogging can do for their business and brands globally.
Tickets are available when interested participants send their NAME, PHONE NO., and BLOG ADDRESS/TWITTER HANDLE to loginbloggersnetwork@gmail.com.
Tickets will be delivered to only participants who pay.
Official Ticket sales end on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014.
To become a smart sponsor, call Jenny on 07089893159.

This event is proudly supported by Events Abuja, Venussbay, African View Point Journal, Inside Nigeria Online, Trendyrammy blog, DevSynergy blog, JennyChisom blog, Blossom Nnodim, JecyKeshy Blog, Mercy Ebute Blog, Ifeadimensi's Blog, Missmidalicious, AskEbuka.com, Ayem Africa, Soulmedia Communications Ltd, and EasyTaxi. 

Bloggers Brand Talk show Party is an initiative of the LOGiN Bloggers Network, a Logos Audibles Enterprise project in Nigeria

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