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DA CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

This is a platform for sharing African tech and ideas.

JOBS

DA jobs platform is capacity building knowledge base for ICT sector jobs.

CIO/CTO SERIES

Highlighting the emerging role of African Chief Information and Technology officers.

VIP SERIES

Interviews with the leading executives in the ICT sector.

EDUCATION SERIES

Products and partnerships to make ICT a cultural fixture of our educational system.

INTERNET OF THINGS NIGERIA SUMMIT

Folliwing DA 2016, this summit will channel the ideas from the conference.

TECH REVIEW

DA reviews of the latest tech trends in Nigeria.

GLOBAL SOLUTIONS

Digital Africa is a platform for aggregating African ideas for Global solutions,

PREMIUM SERVICES

Services to support policy makers, educators and the media.

EXPERTISE

DA aggregates knowledge from the finest minds across different sectors.

RESOURCES

We believe that the best resource is an agile mind.

RESEARCH

We are passionate about stimulating further investment in R&D.

DA 2018 CONFERENCE

Digital Africa Conference & Exhibition is an annual assembly of the leading companies and government agencies involved in the promotion and development of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector throughout Africa. In the last four years, African and indeed global ICT experts have been provided a platform in the annual Digital Africa Conference & Exhibitions to highlight the avalanche of challenges inhibiting Africa’s efforts at embracing evolving technologies and proffer solutions on how to get out of this digital pessimism.

As an advocate for digital technology, the aim of the organisers is to promote the adoption, diffusion, and active development of digital technology in Africa. The 2018 edition of the conference will focus on  the great achievements in Science and Technology of ancient Africa as well as chart a course for the future. Africa has the world’s oldest record of human technological achievement, unfortunately, only a few are aware of these accomplishments, as the history of Africa, beyond ancient Egypt, is seldom publicized.