Conference & Exhibition: 10 - 12 November 2020|CTICC,South Africa
Accelerating digital transformation and driving Africa's Fourth Industrial Revolution
Whatever your focus within connectivity or enterprise digital transformation, AfricaCom is the place to meet everybody who’s anybody in African telecoms and technology.
COVID-19 Update: June 2020
AfricaCom and AfricaTech will take place as physical events in November with robust biosecurity measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community.
In addition, we are launching several new virtual event features such as streamed conference content, virtual exhibition booths and virtual networking services to make our events more accessible to people who may not be able to travel to Cape Town.
Informa is working closely with the relevant authorities, the CTICC and our many event partners to ensure that all appropriate measures are in place to protect our attendees and ensure as productive an event experience as possible.
We look forward to sharing further details about our biosecurity measures and new virtual event features in June. In the meantime, our thoughts are with everybody affected by COVID-19 and those on the frontline who are battling to overcome this global crisis.
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Let us break it down for you...
AfricaCom is the place to meet everybody who’s anybody in African telecoms and technology; bringing together 15,000 attendees, 450 speakers and 500 exhibitors.
Whether your focus is connectivity infrastructure, disruptive technologies, digital services or ICT strategy, this is the place to network, learn and get deals done.
Interested in tech?
AfricaTech: The Home of IT and Enterprise Digital Transformation
Designed to help you to successfully navigate your digital transformation journey, AfricaTech will focus on topics including AI, Fintech, IoT and data centres.
Interested in connectivity?
AfricaCom: The Home of Connectivity and Communications
The home of connectivity and communications, and the largest ICT exhibition on the continent, covering topics like 5G, wholesale telecoms and digital video distribution.
Video Exchange Africa: The heart of video distribution and content strategy in Africa
Video Exchange Africa sits at the intersection of content and distribution, gathering the most influential players across telco, broadcast and OTT to develop commercial models for monetising content across digital Africa.
2020 sponsorship and exhibitor opportunties
AfricaCom is the continent's largest tech and telecoms event attended by over 15,000 qualified industry professionals driving digital transformation in Africa.
We're giving you the platform to become a thought leader in your vertical as well as benefit from increased brand exposure, new audience acquisition and abundant business opportunities.
View the video alongside to see the benefits of becoming a sponsor or exhibitor for AfricaCom 2020 for yourself.
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The AfricaCom Awards 2019
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CONNECTING AFRICA - AfricaCom's Official COMMUNITY FOR THE ARCHITECTS OF AFRICA'S DIGITAL FUTURE
Connecting Africa is the premier online community dedicated to tackling the immense scope of the African digital landscape. Connecting Africa offers a comprehensive, informed and nuanced understanding of the region's communications networking and ICT sector and the commercial opportunities such insight can afford. Connecting Africa's readers include decision makers from across the entire communications technology ecosystem that are either based in Africa, conducting business with African enterprises or seeking to learn more about one of the communications industry's growth hot-spots.