Strengthening The Networks & ICT of Digital Nigeria
Telecoms leaders’ roundtable
Winning global investment with Nigeria’s broadband potential:
Critical discussion will take place at the Telecoms leaders’ roundtable, where figures from the NCC and Ministry of ICT working with the network operator community delve into discussion on MBB and FBB penetration. There are a lot of challenges and queries ahead of commercial roll out of 4G LTE services in 2017. If you are invested in Nigeria's communications networks and want to join the leaders driving universal access this is the key session to attend.
As well as broadband coverage the expert panel of speakers will touch on other critical themes including spectrum as the key enabler and updates on the proposed Communication Service Tax Bill.
ICT Leaders Forum
The ICT Leaders forum has been created to uncover the best solutions and future steps towards ICT excellence. The role of CIOs and CTOs, Heads of Technology and IT Leaders is evolving rapidly. Responsibilities now extend far beyond IT troubleshooting to include a complete overhaul of business processes enabling institutions and SMEs to compete digitally.
This is the forum to make sure you prepare your business and don't get left behind. Attendees will hear thought led panels and presentation from leading connectivity service providers and chief technologists from Nigeria's enterprises and SMEs. Main topics include convergence in unified communications; mobility solutions; and the CIO / CTO challenge on becoming truly competitive in a digital age.
We are proud to announce Vodacom as the Lead Sponsor for the ICT Leaders Forum!
Why you should attend
The 6th edition of NigeriaCom will take place at the Oriental Hotel, Lagos, this 20 – 21st September, attracting 750+ decision making attendees; 43% C-Level and 54% operator attendance.
If you are active in the digital and communications sector within Nigeria or west Africa this presents the only show of significant scale where you can engage with Nigeria's knowledge economy. Anyone with a stake in the region’s digital landscape understands the opportunity combined with complexity that Nigeria's unique development story presents. Don't miss out on the unique business networking opportunities NigeriaCom provides.
Nigeria's Annual Meeting Place for the technology, media and telecoms sector
Here’s what's on offer for 2016! If you'd like a preview of what we have in store, click the button to get a preview of our brochure.
Facilitated meeting service
Our VIP Networking service is a highly effective way to secure quality meetings and increase your show ROI. Our dedicated team works with you to create a bespoke wish-list of who you wantto meet atthe event, and using our extensive database of personal contacts, we ensure these key individuals are in attendance, organising one-to-one introductions on site. This exclusive service targets the highest calibre of delegates offering you the chance to meet and exchange business cards with individuals who are often impossible to reach by other means.
New mHealth focus - creating the value chains
This section of the conference programme lead by Qualcomm Wireless Reach allows delegates to understand the connectivity value-chain when creating and delivering truly effective M-health solutions. Enabling healthier lives and societies is a fundamental pillar for any rapidly growing economy like Nigeria. Through an intuitive case study that connects smart governance and policy with private sector connectivity providers, delegates will learn how to deliver the most effective M-health services to meet market needs.
New DTV and broadcasting content added
Brand new for 2016, to captivate the exciting DTV and broadcasting growth across Nigeria we are supporting development of broadcast media, production houses and new DTV/ FTV Channels. If you are launching a new channel, providing digital programming or broadcasting through DTV or OTTTV the sessions are not to be missed. Attendees will be educated on the future of thematic channels will dominate the digital space; and commercial viability models for sports content; and how to create and provision content for a multiplatform, multimedia environment.
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.
Who will you meet?
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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Lagos Oriental Hotel
Lagos Oriental Hotel
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Executive speed networking
Enjoy the benefits of networking by participating in our VIP Speed Networking sessions, which take place during the morning refreshment breaks. This is a guaranteed chance to pitch your most successful solutions to senior operator delegates – meet 20 senior operator decision makers in 30 minutes. Swap business cards and pitch your most promising products and services; if there is mutual interest you have the ideal platform from which to follow up later.
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