The iGaming industry in Africa is one of the fastest-growing industries, with lots of potential and opportunities. The industry employs a lot of skilled professionals, but the number of women in the industry is low. Women iGaming Africa
iGaming AFRIKA, the number one media platform for the b2b and b2c gambling sectors in Africa, is organizing a webinar that will explore the topic on why more women should be keen to prospect opportunities in the iGaming industry, especially in Africa.
The iGaming AFRIKA online event is pleased to announce a lineup of four accomplished industry professionals as guest speakers. These experts include Zzini Oluchi Ekeh, a SuperSport television host, Borah Omary, Betpawa’s Country Marketing Manager, Danuta Janicka-Mierzwa, a Sales Manager for TVBET, and Klaire Muriithi – the Brand Titan, a Branding and Marketing Consultant for Little App Kenya. All four of these women have made waves in the iGaming industry in Africa and are passionate advocates for diversity and inclusion for women across the continent.
Our speakers for this session form part of a larger community of like-minded individuals working towards a better future for women in various African countries. They will share their experiences and provide insight into how more women can have successful careers in the industry on the continent.
The session is sponsored by Bizin Africa iGaming Consult, an iGaming consultancy agency offering a wide range of creative sports betting and gaming business growth services designed for sportsbooks and casinos to explore newer markets in the African continent.
The webinar will cover a variety of topics, discussing the advantages of increasing the number of women in the iGaming industry in Africa. It will scrutinize why and how more women should be interested in the industry and the opportunities available to them. It will also look at the challenges faced by women in the industry and how they can be addressed. Women iGaming Africa
The webinar will highlight some of the benefits of having more women in the iGaming sector across various countries in Africa. Among these is the increase in the diversity of ideas. A more diverse workforce increases the variety of perspectives within a team. This, in turn, leads to innovative and creative solutions to problems.
Another advantage of having more women in the sector is the increase in the representation of women in leadership positions. This leads to more balanced decision-making and ensures a more inclusive work environment.
The iGaming industry in Africa is still young, and an increase in the number of women entering the industry will encourage growth and sustainability. It will create a more inclusive industry that is reflective of the society that it operates in.
The upcoming webinar hosted by iGaming AFRIKA is an excellent opportunity for women who are interested in the iGaming industry to learn from successful women in the industry. It is an opportunity to explore the advantages of joining the industry and the challenges that need to be overcome to increase the representation of women in the sector.
This is not just an event for women but also for men, as they are part of the group that can help drive the agenda forward. We can expect the webinar to be educational, transformative, and a step in the right direction towards achieving gender balance in the iGaming industry in Africa. Women iGaming Africa