Mauritius to showcase ICT BPO

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Mauritius to showcase ICT BPO

Mauritius will highlight its ICT BPO sector at an international conference next month.

The second ICT-BPO International Conference 2012 will be held from 12th to 14th September 2012 at the Hilton Resort and Spa, Flic en Flac, Mauritius.

The Conference is organised by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology of the Republic of Mauritius as part of its initiatives to transform and position the Mauritian economy into an innovation-driven economy based on Knowledge and Technology.

About a hundred ICT and outsourcing executives from across the industry and around the world who are seeking the very latest insights and ideas will attend this conference. A special focus this year will be the organisation of a dedicated session on “Exporting ICT Services in Africa”, with the participation of Ministerial delegations from various African Countries.



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