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East Africa’s Largest ICT Summit Set for Nairobi

January 22, 2016 • East Africa, Events, Top Stories

AITEC East Africa ICT summit

Over 500 leading ICT professionals and managers will gather at this year’s AITEC East Africa ICT summit over 24-25 February at Oshwal Centre, Nairobi Kenya.

Over 500 leading ICT professionals and managers will gather at this year’s AITEC East Africa ICT summit over 24-25 February at Oshwal Centre, Nairobi Kenya. This year’s summit will provide unique platforms for the ICT industry to mobilise smart implementation strategies aimed at improving operations at the citizenry and enterprise levels.

This is coming at a time when the long heralded ICT revolution begun to swipe its way across the region joining the rest of the world in technological advancements.

The two-day summit will be attended by leading international and regional organisations including Tom Tom, Seacom, NewTek, Payspace, Sophos-Cyberoam, MSN, MTN, Oracle, Airtel, Whats Good Studios, Digital Divide Data, Call Key Networks, AMEYO including sponsors, partners, supporting organisations and exhibitors. Other stakeholders expected to attend include CIOs of financial services, manufacturing, health and retail sectors, heads of ICTs in County governments, commercial attaches from diplomatic missions, ICT heads in various NGO’s and development partners from the UN.

The ICT Summit will be keen on giving young innovators platforms aimed at promoting innovation and entrepreneurship. Some of the tech hubs that will be present include iHub, Nairobi Garage, iLab, mLab and Nailab. In addition, we will have a range of in-depth forums ranging from eLearning, eGov, Fintech, mAgric, AfriHealth, eWaste, Cloud, Digital Content and Distribution among others.

AITEC Africa welcomes you to participate in this annual summit. To register as a delegate, propose a conference presentation, book an exhibition stand or take a sponsorship, please call +254(0)717671247 or email info@aiteacafrica.com or visit our website www.aitecafrica.com.

Staff Writer



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