The Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu; Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Professor Umar Danbatta, and the Acting Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Dr. Vincent Olatunji will lead other industry stakeholders at the 2016 Nigeria Int’l Technology Exhibition Conference (NITEC).
The Nigeria International Technology Exhibition and Conference(NITEC) is like a Nigerian version of a global tech Olympics. The conference hopes to address the questions surrounding disrupting and getting disrupted in the Nigerian tech ecosystem as a whole.
Subjects ranging from African startups,telecoms, digital transformation, ISPs to Over-The-Top(OTT) Services are some issue that will be critically examined in a roundtable discussion at NITEC 2016.
The press release urges stakeholders to back Barrister Shittu, Professor Danbatta and Dr. Olatunji to further deepen the conversation and help new innovations achieve a growth that has become imperative.
There will also be other experienced speakers from diverse professions related to technology: experts, strategists, innovators, investors, and media will be present at the occasion.
According to the organisers, telcos, ISPs, and other service vendors stand to benefit from this conference. Apart from the knowledge to be garnered, they can get the best from disruptive tech startups.
For mote information and to reserve a seat at the conference, go on the website.
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