Yalo, a leading Artificial Intelligence commercial conversational platform, has partnered with the Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA) to redefine how Nigerians see waste management, recycling, and environmental sustainability.
This strategic partnership stems from the need to address environmental concerns and promote responsible business practices. With their shared passion for achieving ecological sustainability using technology, Yalo and FBRA intend to transform society positively.
Speaking on the importance of the partnership, Chief Executive Officer, Yalo, Manuel Centeno said, “We are excited to partner with FBRA to revolutionise recycling and the future of sustainability in Nigeria. Using our advanced AI technology, we intend to offer solutions to help create awareness about recycling, responsible waste management, and reducing packaging carbon footprint within the food and beverage industry. We can’t wait to unlock new possibilities for growth.”
Through Yalo’s platform, the FBRA intends to raise awareness about responsible waste management, recycling, and reducing post-consumer packaging foodprint within the food and beverage industry by making it easy to sell more, track behaviours, and build genuine relationships through conversations.
According to the Executive Director of Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance, Agharese Lucia Onaghise, the partnership will go a long way towards changing lives, reducing waste, and improving recycling rates through circular economy in the country. She said, “This collaboration will promote advocacy to reduce plastic pollution and provide technological solutions for sustainability across Nigeria. It will help drive positive behavioural change in the waste management sector and create more awareness to drive a sustainable future for Nigeria.”
With Yalo, FBRA has the tools to create conversational solutions facilitating communication, information dissemination, and engagement, helping the public grasp the ’why’ and the ‘what’ to foster effective recycling and sustainability initiatives in Nigeria.
This collaboration is a testament to a shared commitment to addressing the issues of waste management, recycling, and the dangers of high carbon footprints within the food and beverage industry.
The public presentation of Yalo in Nigeria, set to be held on Tuesday, December 12th, 2023, in Lagos, will mark the beginning of this shared desire for growth and environmental sustainability.