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Lenovo, Stanbic/IBTC endorse Yudala Zero Gravity

By News Express on 02/09/2016

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Renowned ICT giant Lenovo and foremost financial institution Stanbic IBTC have joined the growing list of premium corporate organisations that have endorsed Yudala Zero Gravity – a mega digital entertainment concert powered by pioneer composite e-commerce outfit Yudala in partnership with New Concept Media Group (NCMG).

Yudala Zero Gravity is a mega three-city dual mega concert featuring the best artistes in Contemporary Nigerian hip-hop and Rock Gospel, with loads of surprises and other side attractions in store for attendees at this inaugural edition.

With core operations in more than 60 countries and its products sold in around 160 countries, Lenovo has remained a global leader in the design, development, manufacture and sales of personal computers, tablet computers, smartphones, workstations, servers, electronic storage devices, IT management software and smart televisions. In 2015, Lenovo was the world's largest personal computer vendor by unit sales, with its ThinkPad line of notebook computers, IdeaPad line of notebook laptops, Idea Centre line of desktops, Yoga line of notebook laptops, and the Think Centre line of desktops enjoying worldwide acceptance and huge patronage.

Stanbic IBTC Bank, a member of the globally respected Standard Bank Group is one of Nigeria’s most structured and fiscally-responsible financial institutions. Boasting a wide range of personal and commercial banking products through over 180 branches spread across every state in Nigeria and its online banking platforms, Stanbic IBTC Bank has stood out with a suite of carefully designed retail and business banking products tailored for individuals and businesses. The bank has also leveraged on its self-service channels powered by sophisticated technology to bring convenient banking to customers.

With barely a month to flag-off, Lenovo and Stanbic’s partnership with Yudala on Zero Gravity will undoubtedly raise the profile of the event while also offering attendees huge potential value that will expectedly accrue from the involvement of both brands at the Zero Gravity concerts.

This inaugural edition of Yudala Zero Gravity will hold in three cities – Lagos, Abuja and Enugu. Each city will host two concerts: a Contemporary Nigerian music blast and a Rock Gospel concert. Zero Gravity will witness pure acoustics and live performances from the best Nigerian artistes in both genres of music. The mega digital entertainment event kicks off with a Contemporary music blast at the Landmark Event Centre, Oniru, Lagos, on October 2, 2016.

As an initiative to reward customers, free tickets will be delivered to Yudala customers for purchases made from August 1st 2016 online or in any Yudala Experience Store nationwide. Customers will also be upgraded to VIP or VVIP on the basis of further purchases which may take them to the threshold for these categories.



Source News Express

Posted 02/09/2016 05:20:29 AM





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