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ICT-Nigeria Congress 2013 set for May

4 Feb 2013 11:52
Hosey Global Conference will be holding the International Consumer Technology Congress 2013 (ICT-Nigeria Congress 2013) at the National Art Theatre in Iganmu, Lagos, Nigeria from 14-15 May 2013. The theme for the congress is 'Change Tradition Through Innovation'.
The congress provides a forum for all stakeholders engaged in ICT and Consumer Technologies, and implementation of technology-supported E-Learning, E-Health, Smart City, Smart Grid, Smart Metering, Mobile Money, Cloud Computing, Broadband, Cyber and Physical Security. This platform is certainly the target destination for consumer technologies manufacturers, decision-makers and practitioners in governments, public and private sectors.

Internationally renowned experts will give presentations and debate in panel discussions about the latest advancements in ICT for development in Nigeria.

The congress will feature a supporting exhibition showcasing the trends, services and innovative systems in this rapidly advancing field.

For more, go to www.ict-nigeria.com.
    
 
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