Date: 4th March 2022 (Friday)
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Platform: Zoom / FREE class
Did you know that digitizing your small business or consultancy can improve the efficiency of your business operations AND reduce costs? Join us for this FREE virtual session where Traseable Solutions share their tips and the simple steps you can take to digitize your small business or consultancy to make it more sustainable!
As a business, we know firsthand the devastating effects that COVID-19 had, and still has on in-person interactions that many organisations rely on. It has forced the world to transition towards the digital world and has proven to be effective and efficient as well as convenient in the overall operations of a business. Join us and our speakers as they dive into the endless possibilities of technology and the digital world. They will share their experience and give advice on how to get your business online and extend your customer reach by using easy and accessible apps or platforms to ensure that your business is sustainable during uncertain times.
Speaker Bio: Shaunalee and Kenneth Katafono – Traseable Solutions
Shaunalee is a Samoan entrepreneur with an educational background in marine science. She started her professional career with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Samoa in 2015, working as a Fisheries Compliance officer. She later moved to Fiji where she and her husband co-founded Traseable Solutions, a Fiji-based data company that specialises in digitalisation and traceability in the agriculture and fisheries sectors across the Pacific region. Shaunalee also works as a consultant in the areas of gender equality and social inclusion, agriculture value chain analysis, and facilitation of online training and events for diverse stakeholders working in climate change and primary Industries.
Kenneth Katafono is a Fijian ICT professional, consultant, and entrepreneur with deep experience in the use of digital technologies in the Pacific. In 2017, he co-founded Traseable Solutions with his wife, Shauna, and they have led innovative projects and digitisation efforts in the Pacific agriculture and fisheries sectors. Ken is currently engaged as a consultant for the FAO and UNESCAP and on an ADB project in Cambodia and a DFAT funded project in the Pacific.
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