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Lagos meet to connect African telecoms leaders

Lagos meet to connect African telecoms leaders
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Telecoms industry leaders will be meeting with government ministers in Lagos at African Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT) Conference to share growth strategies for the African telecoms industry.

Scheduled to hold September 20, organisers say the conference creates a platform for  telecom leaders and government ministers to deliberate on Strategies for leading regional growth at the Four Points by Sheraton, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Some of the topical issue to be discussed at the event include : Assessing regional opportunities for investment, joint ventures and partnerships, Accelerating innovation and increasing profitability, Investing in infrastructure, new licences and technology, Working with key stakeholders, Governments and financiers.

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Organizers of the event says the conference will feature over 60 key C-level speakers from companies, investors and advisers in Africa, including: Standard Bank, IHS Towers, Airtel, Etisalat, MTN, Vodacom, Africa Internet Group, Ringier, iRoko, MainOne, iPNX, Spectranet, Fibersat, Citi, Convergence Partners, Standard Chartered PE, Carlyle, Africa Capital Alliance and Emerging Capital Partners.

The conference will also include five Leadership Panel Debates, five Visionary Keynote Speeches, 8 Peer to Peer Round Tables and Five Networking Sessions.

Key session themes announced include: Telecom Leadership Africa: Broadband Infrastructure Investment; Digital Africa; Mobile Infrastructure Strategies; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity Africa Roundtable; Regulation and Policy; Financing Telecoms; Broadband Infrastructure; Investing in Mobile Data and Services; Mobile Banking, Fintech and M-Health; and Media and Convergence.

 

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