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Thursday, 9 January 2014

Crocodile in the Yangtze (The Alibaba story) powered by Konga.com

In a social responsibility drive to give internet access to the Yaba Police station & to power Nigerian entrepreneurs, Nigeria’s largest online mall, Konga.com will be bringing the movie/documentary “Crocodile in the Yangtze" (The Alibaba Story) to Nigeria on Tuesday Jan 14th 2014 at  the Ozone cinemas, Yaba.
This award-winning independent documentary follows China’s first Internet entrepreneur and former English teacher Jack Ma, as he grows Alibaba from a small apartment business into China’s first global Internet company, while battling and beating eBay in China along the way. Continue...

The film, “Crocodile in the Yangtze” has been screened in 11 locations around the world, and chronicles the work experience of the Movie Producer and Director, Porter Erisman with Alibaba.com, where he worked for eight years and for the first time, will make the documentary available for screening in Nigeria and Africa, which is home to many internet Startups. Crocodile in the Yangtze captures the emotional ups and downs of life in a Chinese Internet startup company at a time when the Internet brought China face-to-face with the West.
There will be an introduction of movie by the CEO of Konga.com, Sim Shagaya, followed by a Q&A session with Porter Erisman, Producer & Director of the documentary. A post- movie roundup by Jason Njoku, CEO of iROKO Partners Limited will follow thereafter.
Tickets are available on sale for N500 on Konga.com (Limited tickets available) with all ticket proceeds donated to the Yaba Police Station for Internet access provision. There will also be 5 free tickets given out to students from the departments of Computer Science, Engineering Department in the University of Lagos, and the Co-Creation Hub, Lagos (CChub).
Tickets are available here--> http://www.konga.com/crocodile-in-the-yangtze

28 comments:

bonita bislam said...

Nice initiative!!!

Anonymous said...

Good job Konga.

Zenki brown said...

Okay. Goodmorning Linda nd to A̶̲̥̅ll commenting today. Do have ​A̶̲̅ blessed day

Anonymous said...

Nice one.

cuteseun said...

d title is scary....-mama ella

Romeo Without Juliet said...

Linda pls stp eatin mi comments.R we hvin feud infact I wnt comment on dis one.

anita anwana said...

Ok

Stanley Ukadike said...

In less than an hour after the post, the ticket sold out on konga. nawa ooo. me i want ticket sha

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Harnikky said...

Cool, but the title is someaow.

Anonymous said...

Content Marketing at its best! Well done Konga..

Anonymous said...

Well, gud job, right steps in d right direction. Keep it up konga! @SHoK

jeneviv Emma said...

Good job konga.

Anonymous said...

This is a movie for me....thanks for the info Linda..

Mo'banks. **next to blow**

Abraham Ebuka said...

Good job

Ann Marie said...

Why crocodile?

fase oluwafunmilayo said...

Okay... Nice one!

hannah oyindamola said...

Okkk

lekan said...

We want more of this.i will be expecting jumia to do the same thing

Anonymous said...

Ok!!! Gotten my ticket; wat next?

creme said...

Finally...internet service 2d nigerian police..letz ope it helps dem in d fyt against crime

Swaggs isimemen said...

Nice job well don

Anonymous said...

Alibabaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa my surest people!

Amarachukwu said...

Nice one konga.

Stephen Ikiyei said...

Its a welcome development... I love this

Anonymous said...

At least if the federal government cannot provide internet for Naija police...someone else will do.

Anonymous said...

Tickets are sell selling o. Just got mine :)

tianahdaps said...

Nice one!linda continue swallowing my comments oooo!!!!

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