19 Sep 2013

NigeriaCom: See you next year | 16-17 September 2014


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Steve Martin, business development manager, BBC: “It’s obvious that the internet in Nigeria is mobile” – NigeriaCom continues with day two. 
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After yesterday’s great launch to NigeriaCom 2013, day 2 got off to a great start with an extremely dynamic panel discussion on the change in how content is consumed thanks to the advent of mobile devices. The audience heard from the most spearheading players in the field including Spinlet, iRoking and the BBC. This was followed by a vibrant presentation on the future of the traditional TV and radio format courtesy of Google Nigeria. 

Informa Telecoms & Media’s expert team ran the highly popular and productive Speed Networking session providing a unique opportunity for event supporters to get one-to-one time with potential business partners. Etisalat, host sponsor of NigeriaCom 2013, have enjoyed a very busy space with much interest and enthusiasm surrounding their second-to-none offerings.  

Whereas day one of NigeriaCom focused on the foundations of telecommunications, networks, connectivity and quality of service, day two took a close look at added services which operators need to capitalise on by working closely with content providers. As well as entertainment, our expert speakers also addressed the boom in mobile financial services and the use of social media, with representatives from Ibaka TV, Eskimi, 2go, Clickatell, Airtel and the Ekiti State Government, among others.   
BBC World chose NigeriaCom to announce the launch of their new targeted mobile service for local audiences. This special co-located event was followed by the second annual AppGig. Following on last year’s huge success, the AppGig was made up of a series of informal chats and workshops focusing on creating and monetising quality local apps. Enhancing local app talent were leaders from Google, Yookos, Globacom and Mobile Monday, to name but a few. This fun, hands-on gig was a great way to round off what has been an extremely successful event here in Lagos. 
As one speaker, Olatunde Farinade, CEO of BrowseDotCom, put it, NigeriaCom gets better each year - We couldn’t have put it better ourselves. Make sure you don’t miss out on NigeriaCom Version 5.0 in 2014! 

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What our attendees said about this year's show:    
“Nigeria Com is unique because it is targeted for a specific industry. This segmentation helped us in packaging specific products for the industry. We also have leads that were converted to pipelines.” 
Tolulope Popoola, Brand Marketing Manager, ATB Techsoft Solutions Nigeria 
“I believe the speed networking sessions were key and stands out for me as a unique advantage.” 
Chuks Uketu, Account Manager, Rancard Nigeria 
“This show illustrates market potential for the growth of the telecom industry.” 
Jacob Petersen, Business Development Director, OFS Global 
Speed networking“This is Rancard’s second visit to Nigeria Com – my first! Nigeria Com 2013 was very well organized." 
Jocelyn Onyeka, Country Manager, Rancard Nigeria 
“Every year, NigeriaCom presents something fresh and engaging for Industry players. This year, I am impressed with the organization as well as with the depth of the presentations and panel discussions” 
Dr. Sylva Ifedigbo, Corporate Communications Director, Mobitel 
“Very informative sessions. Fantastic and impressive speaker line-up, will definitely be attending next year!” 
Nnamdi Oranye, Business Development Manager, Indian Atlantic Telecoms South Africa 
“The Nigeria Com 2013 conference was very good, useful and fruitful. The location and hotel were great. Nigeria Com 2013 allows lots of companies to come together to find new business and also to share new thoughts and ideas” 
Johnson Ayoola, Trade Agent, Etisalat Nigeria 
“Sincerely, I must comment on the organization and coordination of the event. The speakers and presenters did a great job. Quite fascinating interesting experience, looking forward to next years’ experience.” 
Olujede Oluwafemi, L&D Specialist, Etisalat Nigeria 
“Speed Networking is a good concept which allows one to move through many discussions quickly, meaning it’s easier to focus your time later on more important or detailed follow ups.” 
Guy Clark, MD, Vodacom Nigeria 
"Nigeria Com is a wonderful idea and platform, bringing together the stakeholders in the countries Telco Industry, while highlighting major issues such as Qos. Also the Speed Networking is a lovely and productive idea-matching vendors with clients on one on one basis." 
Korede Solagbade, Business Executive, Gicell Wireless Nigeria 
Sponsors of NigeriaCom 
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Badges & Lanyards Sponsor:
TE Connectivity
See You Next Year!       
To get involved early for the 2014 show,         
please visit our website: http://nigeria.comworldseries.com/
16-17 September 2014
Lagos Oriental Hotel,
3, Lekki Road,
Victoria Island,
Lagos, Nigeria