Angola At Information Technology Forum in Kenya

Nairobi — An Angolan delegation headed by the secretary of State for Information Technologies, Pedro Joao Teta, is since Wednesday in Nairobi (Kenya) attending the Smarter Planet Leadership Forum.

The delegation includes the national director of Information Technologies, Antonio Bastos, the executive director of the African Investment Bank (BAI), Helder Aguiar, and the consultant of the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information technologies, Carla Verissimo.

The event going until Thursday, will discuss matters concerning the agenda for a new leadership, un-explored resources and the future of Technologies - opportunity in Africa.

The forum's programme will produce a unique and extremely useful debate for the main business leaders in Africa.

It is also an opportunity for participants to discuss the leadership experiences in this new era and exchange views, knowledge and better practices to transform companies, by fomenting growth and innovation.

The participants will also analyse the influences of the progress in technologies, the way leaders make decisions and the implications of these changes.

The agenda includes a debate on the definition of the capacities, the networks and the tools required in dealing with this new era.

Pedro Teta is in the group of leaders assigned to interact with the other participants to the panel tackling the topic "Future of technologies - opportunity in Africa."

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