Led by serial software entrepreneurs Chidi and Chika Nwaogu, Publiseer is an award-winning digital publisher that helps African writers and musicians from low-income communities to distribute and monetize their creative works across over 400 digital stores in 100 countries, with just a single click and at no charge. Publiseer has been the backbone of a number of A-list Nigerian musicians like Klever Jay, Erigga and CDQ. Also leading the pack with inspiring quarterly profit exceeding over ten thousands US dollars.
Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, Publiseer has so far published over 1,000 books and songs since opening its doors in 2017 to independent African writers and musicians and has gone on to expand from Nigeria into Ghana, Kenya and South Africa. Publiseer currently has a footprint in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa, and is in the process of creating a presence in Egypt.
Most recently, Nathan Hull, the Chief Content & Commercial Officer at Bookchoice in the Netherlands has been recently appointed as the New Advisor of the digital publisher. Bookchoice is a curated B2B2C ebook and audiobook digital book-club offering just eight strictly selected titles for an affordable-to-all price point. Nathan is also a Board Member of Katalyze in the United Arab Emirates. Before joining Bookchoice, Nathan was the Chief Business Development Officer at Mofibo, the Digital Development Director at Penguin Books, and the Senior Digital Marketing Manager at Universal Music Group.
Nathan has years of experience working with one of the world's largest book publishers and record labels, and he brings this wealth of knowledge into Publiseer. According to Nathan's LinkedIn profile, he joined Publiseer last month, and he aims to connect the digital publisher to commercial giants such as Penguin Books and Universal Music. Based in the United Kingdom, Nathan has spoken on over 40 international stages, including Abu Dhabi, Amman, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Austin, and has been a judge in several competitions and awards, such as BAFTA, IC Tomorrow, Webbys, The Guardian MEGAs, Music Ally Digital Music Awards, and the Future Book Awards.