PalmChat Partners Business Post Newspaper
Newly established and fast-rising digital business newspaper, Business Post Nigeria ( http://www.businesspost.ng ), has entered into a partnership deal with PalmChat, a social media application that is fast becoming popular in the world right now.
The deal was sealed between the two companies not too long ago in
Lagos by their representatives.
As part of the deal, PalmChat created a public account for Business Post Nigeria (99920070) for users of the application to get first hand business updates while having fun on their platform.
Speaking on the deal, Assistant Editor of Business Post, Mr Dipo Olowookere, described the partnership as a confirmation that the new digital business newspaper was growing and making a huge impact in the media world.
“This goes to show that we are making progress and an impact in the online media space despite being relatively new in the game.
“We will continue to dish out quality information to our readers and we assure them of our commitments in making them know more about the business world in Nigeria and Africa.
“We are also very glad that reputable news platforms rely on our daily reports on the Nigerian stock market to post on their websites,” Mr Olowookere said.
He urged readers to like the Business Post page (99920070) on PalmChat.
PalmChat is a free social software integrating chatting and dating platform that is available on Google Play Store. It is pre-installed on all Techno phones.