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Conference & Exhibition: 7-9 November 2017
Cape Town International Convention Centre,
South Africa

The Largest African Telecoms, Media and Technology Event.

13,000 attendees, 450 exhibitors & 400 visionary speakers from across the entire digital ecosystem

The AfricaCom Partner Programme

Maximise your impact through custom events and digital solutions at this years show

Launching the Innovation Hall

A brand new exhibition hall dedicated to mapping Africa's journey through the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The Innovation Hall will host the new AfricaCom 20/20 show floor feature, the AHUB, the Innovation Stage and TV Connect Africa. Expect visionary insights on future tech trends and a vibrant showcase of new digital products.

Why get involved in 2017?

A brand new exhibition hall featuring more stands, content stages and hospitality areas

More space means more exhibiting opportunities, a broader range of attendees from new industries, and an even better networking experience.

Connectivity and Innovation stages delivering premium content direct to the show floor

Our new Innovation Stage will showcase ICT solutions and explore the implications of disruptive forces sweeping through the rapidly converging tech, media and telecoms industries.

New content features on e-health, digital education, digital advertising, and clean energy

The new programme will consist of 20 action-packed tracks and features. What will be the next major disruptive tech trends in Africa? Dive into the debate in November 2017.

AfricaCom 2017 in numbers

Engaged and enthusiastic attendees from across the entire digital ecosystem
Inspirational, visionary speakers
Exhibitors offering innovative solutions to your most pressing challenges

AfricaCom audience profile

CEOs and Managing Directors present
Different countries represented
Attendee growth YOY

New report: The International Trade Centre and its 'trade impact for good'

From building a more conducive ecosystem for SMEs to thrive, becoming a key driver for tech innovation and women-owned businesses, to facilitating effective public-private partnerships - Connecting Africa explores how the International Trade Centre (ITC), joint agency of the World Trade Organisation and the United Nations, is pioneering IT and IT-enabled services in East Africa.

The community for the architects of Africa's digital future

The essential, independent online resource providing insight into the key issues, opportunities and trends shaping the African tech and telco ecosystem.

Connecting Africa is the largest and most sophisticated meeting place for telecommunications and technology professionals shaping ‘Digital Africa’. Dedicated to tackling the immense scope of the African tech and telco landscape, Connecting Africa seeks to enable a more comprehensive and nuanced understanding of the sector and the opportunities such an insight can afford.



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