NigeriaCom 2013 Holds This Week In Lagos

Nigeriacom is one of the biggest gathering of stakeholders and leaders within the telecoms sector in Nigeria. Organized by Informa Telecoms & Media, Nigeriacom is part of the Com World series and is a platform which offers regional operators and regulators an opportunity to come together to discuss, rub minds and examine more closely the problems plaguing the ecosystem in a bid to providing sustainable solutions to them. This week, the event returns to Lagos, Nigeria.

As usual, Etisalat will be the headline sponsor of this year’s NigeriaCom conference and the event will be taking place at the Oriental Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria from 17 to 18 September 2013. The theme of this year’s event is “Working together to provide Quality Services throughout the Digital Realm”. According to the organizer, there would be about 400 speakers and 700+ attendees at this year event.

The NigeriaCom event also sees a return of the AppGig – a program which is free and open to all independent app developers, coders and software engineers. Following on last year’s immense popularity and success, this year’s AppGig would focus on highlighting the latest developments in the App world. This second edition will also take a look at how Africa is set to spearhead the world in App innovation. Participants at this year’s AppGig at NigeriaCom are expected to hear from experienced and engaging speakers from different aspects of the ecosystem including developers, content producers, handset manufacturers and other key players.

Can’t make it to the event venue physically? Don’t worry…. Our team will be on ground to bring you key highlights from the different sessions at the events. So, if there are any particular person you will like us to interview, let you know via the comment box below.


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  • […] all the excitement and buzz leading to this year’s conference, NigeriaCom 2013 finally started with registration of the delegates and members of the press. The event kicked […]

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