Revolutionizing networking: Cardify’s digital business card unveiled at Moonshot by TechCabal

An ongoing fireside discussion at the Moonshot by TechCabal event from the 11th to the 12th of October 2023, the prestigious Eko Convention Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos, was the vibrant setting for the Moonshot by TechCabal event.

Moonshot, an exceptional tech conference, served as a unifying platform for Africa’s tech ecosystem, investors, and tech enthusiasts, offering two days of networking, collaboration, knowledge exchange, and a celebration of innovation across the African continent.

The Cardify Africa booth at the Moonshot by TechCabal event.

Among the event’s exhibitors, Cardify Africa took the spotlight. This cross-border utility payment startup is renowned for its virtual dollar card, wallet and bills solutions. At this remarkable gathering, Cardify Africa seized the opportunity to introduce Cardify Business, an offshoot of the startup dedicated to leveraging its solutions for businesses.

The flagship feature of the Cardify Business suite was the Cardify Digital Business Card—an innovative tool enabling professionals to effortlessly share their information with others through a simple tap or scan.

The highlight of the event was the Cardify Digital Business Card, a game-changing innovation that promises to revolutionise the way Nigerian professionals network. Mr. Taiwo Idris, Cardify’s Chief Marketing Officer, emphasised the value of this digital business card in simplifying the networking experience.

He pointed out that rather than carrying around a stack of physical business cards that often get lost or become unwieldy, individuals can now adopt the more efficient and eco-friendly Cardify Digital Business Card.

A newly onboarded Cardify user at the Moonshot by TechCabal event

These digital business cards come in three versatile materials—PVC, bamboo, and metal. Users can easily add and modify their contact details, social media links, and even customize links using the Cardify Business suite, accessible through Cardify’s dedicated website for business cards at or via the Cardify Africa mobile app.

The most exciting aspect of the Cardify Digital Business Card is its adaptability. If there’s ever a need to update your contact details or other information, there’s no longer a requirement to print new cards.

With Cardify Business, a simple login allows you to make real-time changes, ensuring that your updated details are immediately reflected when someone taps or scans your digital card.

This not only streamlines the networking process but also aligns perfectly with the principles of sustainability and convenience in the digital age.

The Cardify Digital Business Card is set to become an essential tool for professionals in Nigeria, offering a fresh and innovative approach to networking and information sharing. The digital business cards are expected to be available for purchase both online and in stores starting from November.

A Cardify user proudly sporting his Cardify Digital Business Card.

The event featured a remarkable lineup of speakers, including Nigeria’s Minister of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy, Dr. Bosun Tijani, Juliet Ehimuan of Google West Africa, and Oswald Osaretin Guobadia, the Managing Partner at DigitA, who also serves as the scribe for the Startup Act. The event addressed critical topics and showcased the future of tech in Nigeria and Africa.

Nigeria’s Minister of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy, Dr Bosun Tijani speaking at the Moonshot by TechCabal event.

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