The GSMA Mobile 360 Series – West Africa, set for mid April in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, will explore the digitisation efforts across all sectors of the economy in the ECOWAS region.
A key issue that the two-day event will aim to get answers to is: “Whilst the proliferation of mobile has brought new opportunities for governments, operators, start-ups and vertical collaboration across West Africa, are policies supporting the integration of technology into society enough?”
(TOP: A speaker makes her comments during a previous edition of #M360WA. Photo: GSMA’s Flickr page).
The conference focuses on two key drivers of digital adoption: the people and the technology and how both are shaping the Digital Africa we know and the Digital Africa we want.
Mobile 360Series – West Africa will gather senior regional and international policy, regulatory, operator, supplier, and investor and start-up representatives from the digital ecosystem across West African states and from the broader ECOWAS region, to connect with regulators and policy makers, to discuss these topics.
Below are the event details:
Event Name: GSMA Mobile 360 Series – West Africa
Date: April 11 – 12, 2018
Location: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
Venue: Radisson Blu, Airport Hotel Abidjan
The event offers an opportunity to catch-up on the latest developments and trends around the digitisation of West Africa’s economies in a closed-door VIP environment.
More details about the event, including registration, can be found here.