Leveraging Innovation to Offer Value-Added Services that Maximize Customer Value, Enhance Customer Experience and Grow Market share across Africa
From the 14th – 16th April 2015 the NG Telecoms Africa Summit will bring together 65 senior telecoms decision makers and business leaders from across Africa.
Across the telecoms sector network evolution and management is becoming ever more important as rising demand places capacity under greater strain. Attending executives will be debating the impact that new technologies and processes are having in this area, and what effect they will have on the future of the telecoms industry.
Through essential business conversation and extensive networking the event aims to solve key business challenges around customer experience, new business models and network strategy.
The key themes of ‘Future landscapes of Telco Network Infrastructure in Africa’, ‘Business Transformation’ and ‘More focus on the Customer’ form the foundation of the event and permeate every layer of the content-rich program.
From case studies that lift the lid on operations inside leading telecoms organisations, to workshops and collaborative sessions that focus on real challenges and future technology innovations; the NG Telecoms Africa Summit provides you with plenty of reasons to engage and network with industry peers.
Three Key Themes for the Event
Future landscapes of Telco Network Infrastructure in Africa
LTE Deployment lessons learned LTE vs 3g as an evolution from 2G
Transition online of the African population
More focus on the Customer
Customer Loyalty/Retaining current customers
Partnering Companies for the Event Include
Customer Feedback from our Events
In 2013, a truly excellent 1,083 of our customers generously gave some of their time to share feedback. This is what they told us about our events:
96.1% of all attendees were satisfied or very satisfied with the summit
88% of attendees will be doing business with a solution provider they met at the summit
92% of all attendees would recommend our summit to their peers