Publiseer, an African-focused digital content distribution platform, was recently announced as the provisional winner for the ITU Innovation Challenges in Busan, South Korea. As a result of this victory, Publiseer has been invited to attend the 2019 Young ICT Leaders’ Forum (YILF), which will take place in Busan, Republic of South Korea, from 3 to 6 September 2019. The winning result was based on the Jury and the selection criteria.
ITU Innovation Challenges aims to achieve a sustainable digital transformation of society via fostering digital entrepreneurship and ICT-centric innovation ecosystems. The mission of the challenge is to bridge the digital innovation gap through strengthened ICT ecosystems that are innovation-driven, supportive of job creation and innovation.
Publiseer was launched on 4 August 2017. The platform enables independent African musicians, writers and film-makers from low-income areas to monetize, promote, publish and protect their creative works on 400+ partner stores in 100 countries at no extra cost. Publiseer’s partner stores include Amazon, Apple Store, Google Play Store, Spotify, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Deezer. Publiseer users can monitor their performance across all stores using the centralized dashboard.
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