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Announcing Zimbabwe’s inaugural Broadband Forum event

Zimbabwe Broadband Forum

Zimbabwe Broadband ForumThis is one event announcement we’ve been looking forward to making for some time this year. We’ve been working flat out these past few months to make it happen and to do it right: the Broadband Forum is finally here!

We’re excited today to announce that it’s going to take place in Harare on the 10th of May, just a little over a month away. We’ve lined up and are still adding on speakers that we know are going to deliver knowledge and discussion. We also know it’ll be a brilliant networking opportunity with some industry decision makers not only in Zimbabwe but those coming from the region.

We believe we need a platform where challenges, solutions and opportunities around broadband are discussed. Where stakeholders of the industry (providers, corporate customers, entrepreneurs, and policy makers) meet to network and explore opportunities around connectivity and access.

Our line-up of speakers includes, James Wekesa Chief Commercial Officer, WIOCC, the operators of the largest undersea cable on the east coast of Africa; David Behr, ZOL CEO and Executive Director and Liquid Telecom; Amanda Donahue, Chief Operating Officer at Kencall which is the largest and pioneer outsourcing company in Kenya. Soul Kabweza, Techzim’s founder will also be speaking the event.

To help us pull this off we have secured the backing of the following brands:

Platinum Sponsors: Telecel Zimbabwe, TelOne

Gold Sponsors: ZOL, PowerTel, Econet Broadband

Media Partner: The Financial Gazette, ZiFM

Social Media Partner: @263Chat

We will be making more announcements on the event as it nears, but in the meantime, check out more information on and book here early to reserve your seat. To follow the announcement on Twitter, please follow the #ZimBroadband hashtag.

Zimbabwe Broadband Forum 2013

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12 thoughts on “Announcing Zimbabwe’s inaugural Broadband Forum event

  1. and what about bulawayo ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? f*ck this…

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