Vskit invited for a key speech at AfricaCom video forum 2018

Vskit invited for a key speech at AfricaCom video forum 2018

A new and trending short video App is taking Africa by storm. Vskit, Africa’s new trending short video App presented in the Huawei video forum at AfricaCom 2018, shared their experiences about the short-video industry in Africa.

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AfricaCom is the Largest African Telco, Media, and Technology Event.

Daniel Lin, head of overseas of Vskit, did a speech at the forum.

“Short-video is trending all over the world, and we think Africa is also ready for this”

Daniel shared with us how Vskit grew from zero to over 5 million users in just 6 months.

With innovative video recording features, Vskit makes it extremely easy for people to post short videos and share those with friends.

“We made Vskit for Africa, our main focus is localisation; local team, local content, local partners. Majority of our team members are Africans, they understand the market, they know what our users want, they know who we will work with.”

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Vskit is building an ecosystem that all industry participants will benefit from. It’s going to change many people’s lives in Africa.

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“Our vision is to make Vskit the new digital lifestyle for Africans, a platform that people can explore and gain happiness,” Wilson Xu, CEO of Vskit, highlighted.

Vskit is a startup project created by Transsnet Group, which is a Joint Venture between the Transsion Group and Netease group.

Transsion Group owns the most well known phone brand, Tecno, and Netease is a Nasdaq listed internet company.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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