18th edition of the largest technology event kick off in South Africa

The 3-day event which aims at promoting digital excellence in Africa, will bring together over 375 tech giants, senior decision makers from the entire digital community to network.

Transforming Africa's digital economy

AfricaCom 2015 is the largest and most successful technology event in Africa. The 18 edition of the annual event set to hold from November 17 – 19 in Cape town, South Africa.

The 3-day event which aims at promoting digital excellence in Africa, will bring together over 375 tech giants, senior decision makers from the entire digital community to network, develop knowledge, showcase their latest solutions and technologies and gain inspiration from current industry trends and products.

With over 350 speakers and 10,000 attendees this is a great opportunity to network with industry leaders and decision makers from over 140 countries, and also source the latest technologies from international telecoms media and ICT service and solution provider.

Some of the Keynote speakers includes, Marc Rennard; EVP Africa, MEA, Orange Group, Christian De Faria; MD & CEO Airtel, Ime Archibong; Director of product and partnership Facebook, Miguel Geraldes; CEO MTC Namibia, Aboubakar Haman; legal & regulatory Director, Atlantique Telecom.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

Digital Africa is buzzing! The telecoms, media and ICT market is more dynamic than ever and showing tremendous growth prospects. But how to avoid getting lost in the maze of changing ecosystems, new technologies and disruptive players? Among the many businesses caught in the storm of digital evolution, those coming out successfully are showing a winning combination of market expertise, calculated risk-taking and visionary thinking.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Making Africa a digital world leader

Making the most of Africa's innovation leadership, how to boost services.

Investing in Digital Africa, who, where and how?

Improving broadband and access across Africa

Assessing the impact of LTE launches on broadband access across Africa.

Regulation and partnerships: working together to maximise investment, planning and reach.

Profitability and sustainability in digital Africa 

What are the optimum tools for operators to improve the cost-efficiency of their operations?

Serving the underserved: interviews and strategies to deliver digital communications across Africa's planning and reach.

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