10 January 2018

South Africa: Telecom, Media and Tech Leaders Meet in Cape Town for Regional Investment Event

Telecom, Media and Tech (TMT) leaders meet in Cape Town for regional investment event to discuss future strategies for investment and regional growth.

Cape Town, South Africa will play host to the TMT Finance Africa event for the first time in March 15th, which will see more than 200 regional and international telecom, media and technology leaders, investment bankers, investors, advisers and government representatives meet for a series of panel debates, visionary keynote speeches, structured networking sessions and private breakout discussions.

"Due to hugely popular demand from our global network, we are delighted to be bringing the TMT Finance franchise to Cape Town in order to meet the increasing demand for infrastructure and services in Africa's flourishing TMT sector," said Ben Nice, Managing Editor, TMT Finance.

Around 70 speakers will be announced, with CxOs from leading operators confirmed from Vodacom, MTN, Econet Wireless, Safaricom, Millicom, Intelsat and 9Mobile; and financiers and investors including Standard Bank, Convergence Partners, Rand Merchant Bank, IFC, Absa Capital, Citi, Credit Suisse, Ethos Capital, Investec Asset Management, and Mamor Capital; plus tech and media companies including: Econet Media, Primedia, Letshego, iROKO, Uber, MainOne and WorldRemit, with around 30 more speakers to be announced.

"South Africa is a critical hub for investment, M&A and innovation, and we are very excited to have already announced many of the region's most influential people and leading companies for the event, which we envisage will now become a regular fixture in the TMT Finance global events calendar," he added.

mes announced include: Telecom Leadership Africa; Broadband Infrastructure Investment; Digital Africa; Mobile Tower Strategies; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity Africa; Spectrum sharing; Regulation and Policy; Financing TMT; Investing in Mobile Data and Services; Mobile Payments and Banking, Fintech and M-Health; and Media and Convergence.

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