Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers 2023 holding will beam the spotlight on the technology, an industry in transition, IT Edge News, organisers of the event says.
Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers 2023 to hold February 14 at the prestigious Providence by (Mantis) in Ikeja GRA, Lagos will bring together regulators and operators as the industry recognises its champions and discusses its future in a changing global economy,
Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers 2023 holds February 14, 2023, at the prestigious Providence by (Mantis) in Ikeja GRA, Lagos as a gathering of regulators and operators as the industry recognises its champions and discusses its future in a changing global economy, Dr Shola Afolabi, Chairman of the Top 50 2023 says in a statement announcing the event.
Dr. Vincent Olatunji, Nigeria Data Protection Bureau (NDPB) National Commissioner/CEO will be joining other regulators including the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), and other industry leaders to outline the sector’s opportunities and challenges at the event.
“Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers including a mix of legacy and new players – “all dynamic and all embodiments of the struggles and triumphs of playing to win a peculiarly tough but rewarding environment,” Dr Afolabi says explaining the event was designed to examine the challenges that have emerged to drive Africa’s fastest growing digital economy and honour its iconic actors.
Institutions that have been shortlisted for 2023 include Open Access Data Centres (OADC); FinTrak Software Co. Ltd; Ezzential Global Services Ltd; Crystalfix Nigeria LTD (CNL); Cedarview Communications Limited (CCL); Zora Communication Limited; Information Connectivity Solution Limited (ICSL); Unitellas International Limited; Swift Telephone Network Ltd (STN); HD Technologies; Smart Web Nigeria Limited.
Others include Skymax Integrated Network Limited; ipNX Nigeria Limited; Infratel Limited; Switch Solutions Limited; Broadbased Communications Ltd; Medallion Data Centres Limited; UNICCON Group of Companies (The UNICCON Group); Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN); Precise Financial Systems Ltd; Tezza Business Solutions; and Data Services Protection Limited (DSPL).
Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers 2023 is a rallying ground for private sector players to mutually advance the interest of the industry, Dr Afolabi adds.
“The event is featuring a mix of old, rugged and new, innovative actors helping to remodel an industry in transition. It is a platform for industry recognition, industry stock-taking and industry insights with a view to providing a guide as to what direction Nigeria’s entire spectrum of ICT ecosystem will take as the transition for a new government begins.”
Nigeria’s Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers focuses on industry leaders within the rank of CEOs/Director Generals across corporate Nigeria and great team members of management helping to drive the agenda of their organisations’ at advancing Nigeria’s digital economy agenda.
The event organised by Africa’s major tech-biz publication, published since 2007, IT Edge News.Africa (www.itedgenews.africa) and its partners including TechEconomy; ITPulse; TechandBiz..com; and TechTV (NTA), the Top 50 holds as an industry-sponsored event.
“This event is driven by collaboration of stakeholders within and outside the media to ensure a wide, and more inclusive selection of the sector’s leading lights as well as to offer a broader understanding of the challenges and the inspirations that drive it,” Olusegun Oruame, the Top 50 team lead adds.
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