Com World Series in Nigeria this week
Over 600 telecoms leaders will gather in Lagos this week for the Nigerian leg of the Com World Series.
The conference kicks off in Lagos on 20 September, and will include two days of strategic sessions and exhibitions.
Organisers of the Com conference say Nigeria continues to be one of the most fascinating markets in African telecommunications: its growth is still spectacular; its regulatory framework remains a model for other markets; its operators meet challenges with innovative strategies; and its ecosystem is one of the most competitive on the continent.
However, to gain maximum return from Nigeria’s continuing boom, it is imperative that stakeholders are fully engaged with the latest networks and services being introduced to the market.
Delegates at the conference will include mobile, fixed, satellite and WiMAX operators, ISPs, regulators, ministry officials, solutions and technology providers, investors and consultants to ensure a truly 360 degree perspective of the market.
Attendees will pool their different perspectives, ideas and experiences to set strategies around Networks and Infrastructure, Energy and Power Provision, Value Added Services, Regulation, Improving the Customer Experience, Market Forecasts and more.
The 2 days of discussions will be led by a panel of 40+ speakers representing leaders of the region’s most dynamic operators, from leading mobile operators (Airtel represented by CEO Deepak Srivastava, MTN represented by Ibrahim Abba-Gana, Visafone represented by CEO Sailesh Iyer, and Glo with Samson Isa), alternative service providers (with the CEOs of Mobitel, Comium Data, Pinet Informatics, Geoidtel), official organisations (Onuoha I. Nnnachi representing the Federal Ministry of Information and Communications, and Sylvanus A. Ehikioya representing the NCC) and more.