AFRICA’S foremost ICT publication ITNewsAfrica.com, today announced that Research In Motion (RIM), makers of the BlackBerry® solution together with MTN Group are partnering up at the ITNews Africa Innovation Dinner later this month. The theme chosen for the Innovation Dinner is “ Overcoming Mobile Enterprise Security Challenges”.
The Innovation Dinner Series, an event that takes place every two months, provides a platform for networking amongst Africa’s ICT professionals, entrepreneurs and business people.
“I enjoyed the evening and the networking concept. The HP and World Cup speakers were great and I’m pleased that I was able to attend“, says Teryl Schroenn, CEO, Accsys
The next event will see ICT decision makers, senior government officials, experts and business leaders converge at the Michelangelo Towers in the heart of South Africa’s premier financial district, Sandton, Johannesburg on April 19, around the ! theme Overcoming Mobile Enterprise Security Challenges.
Once every two months, major industry players meet in an intimate and relaxed environment to create new relationships and promote their organisations.
“I keep attending the dinners because I have a passion for new innovations, my need to network and of course the food is great,” comments Emson Moyo, CTO, GIJIMA.
ITNews Africa publisher, Abby Wakama, is pleased with the overwhelming support the Innovation Dinner has received from the ICT industry. “The Innovation Dinner series had modest beginnings, but the support and encouragement we have received from key players in the industry has made it a must-attend for ICT executives.”
Previous sponsors of ITNewsAfrica’s Innovation Dinners include HP, Ericsson, Huawei Symantec and RICOH.
“It is a brilliant and great networking opportunity. I keep attending because you get appraised on new market trends and a plus is an opportunity to socialise and catch up with colleagues in the industry,” says Manoj Bhoola, Hewlett Packard, ESSN Country Manager.
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