Mr Adebiyi Fashoyin, ex-Chief Marketing Officer of Chips Bits and Bytes Limited, has been named Deputy Managing Director of the Nigerian tech company.
Fashoyin, a multi-talented broadcaster with careers spanning broadcasting and other key sectors including IT, is taking over as number two man at the Chips Bits and Bytes Limited, a leading Nigerian e-learning company.
Mr. Tunji Ola, MD/CE of Chips, Bits and Bytes says in a statement made available to Technology Times that the former CMO was promoted to the position of DMD because the company expressed satisfaction “with Mr. Fashoyin’s commitment and result-oriented services he brought in after five years as CMO.”
According to him, “Biyi Fashoyin will no doubt help to reposition the company as numero uno in virtual learning and alternative power solutions provider”
Deputy Managing Director of Chips, Bits and Bytes, will help to reposition the Nigerian tech company as the e-Learning solutions provider and alternative power solutions provider of choice in the country.
Who is Deputy Managing Director of Chips, Bits and Bytes?
Biyi Fashoyin, a graduate of English and Literary Studies of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti is a veteran broadcast journalist and former President of the Joint Action Committee on ICT Awareness and Development (JACITAD).
He was Group Chief Marketing Officer, Omatek Computers Plc and Formerly General Manager, Mobile Knowledge Solutions, Lagos.
A member of the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NiRA), Nigeria Internet Group (NIG), and many other bodies, Fashoyin who loves wrestling and football is happily-married and has children.
Meanwhile, Chips, Bits and Bytes Limited has grown over the past years to become foremost e-learning and power company in Nigeria focused on “providing e-learning solutions to schools and organisations alike.”
In his new role at number two at Chips Bits and Bytes Limited, Fashoyin will further drive the tech company’s focus to deliver value amid meteoric growth of the internet and online services which is driving the benefits of shared data and shared resources.
“The need for a reliable ICT infrastructure deployment and Management in Nigeria has been a long-standing wish of many corporate, industrial, banking and the private sector. It was this need that gave birth to the best e-learning company in Nigeria – Chips, Bits and Bytes Limited (CBBL)”, the company says on its website.