Cerebra’s 2013 Social Business Africa Report Now Available

SBA Report

The 2013 Social Business Africa conference with international guest speaker Dion Hinchcliffe is behind us – thanks to those of you who attended and helped make it such a massive success. One of the highlights of the conference was our partners in the development of the Cerebra Social Business Africa report, Fuseware, sharing some profound insights and stats from the report.

To produce the data in the report we analysed the external social engagement and internal social collaboration of Africa’s top 200 companies, and have compiled over a hundred pages of pages of fascinating content around which African companies have the most social brands, which African companies connect most effectively with their staff and stakeholders, and how all of this “social” activity correlates to commercial success. We’ve also included thought-leadership pieces, case studies, a comparison of the top social collaboration tool feature sets and many more valuable insights.

There is a 50% launch discount off the purchase price of the report for TODAY ONLY. If you are at all interested in the facts behind how African businesses are using social media inside and out, and who Africa’s most influential social users are, this is an indispensable resource for you. I’ve also included the report infographic below which we’d encourage you to peruse and share.

To buy the report, please head over to the Cerebra website.

Cerebra's 2013 Social Business Africa Report infographic

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