Leo, finally on Whatsapp in Congo Brazzaville
On November 8th, UBA CONGO had the pleasure of presenting to its customers, the evolution of its flagship product, LEO. After having long delighted its users on Facebook Messenger, LEO arrives on WhatsApp, the preferred social network of Africans. This is a small revolution, because WhatsApp allows its users to communicate using less data than other social networks, while protecting shared data (conversations, media content, banking details, etc).
Whereas LEO was presented to the Congolese public 2 years ago in the capital, Brazzaville, the second city of the country, Pointe-Noire, hosted the presentation of his arrival on WhatsApp at a carnival through the city centre and popular neighbourhoods.
In the evening, a list of customers were invited to one of our largest agencies (totally transformed for the occasion) to participate in a cocktail offered in the presence of the media. Bouba Carden, Head Banking and Nancy Mpiere, Head Marketing, assisted by Gilles Mabiala and Marithé Yembélé, Branch Managers of “Charles de Gaulle” and “Terascom”, talked about the different features of the product and answered many questions from an audience, finally conquered by our dear LEO.
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