All set for the Broadband Forum

   

broadband-forum-main-picturOn Friday 10 May all things Broadband will blend into a giant cauldron of dialogue, knowledge sharing and networking. After a long wait and even longer days of preparation, we look forward to your active participation. Amongst the great line up of speakers and panelists, we’re excited to announce that Engineer Kundishora (Zimbabwe’s permanent secretary in the Ministry of ICT), is on board. His knowledge of the national ICT policy is expected to make the interaction even more engaging.

The other speakers and panelist include  David Behr, Founder and CEO of ZOL, James Wekesa, WIOCC COO, (WIOCC is a consortium that owns and operates EASSy and other undersea cables supplying the bulk of Africa internet) and Winston Ritson  from IConnect Zambia.

For those who haven’t yet purchased their tickets and would like to do so before it’s too late, the following partners have tickets available:

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  • Blackstone Bookshops Mt Pleasant (Bond Street Shopping Centre): Tel 303772/0774818701
  • Blackstone Bookshops Sam Levy’s Village (Borrowdale):  Tel 0779001839
  • Computer Society of Zimbabwe No. 6 Baines Avenue, Avenues: Tel +263-4-250489/250490 +263-4-708861
  • ICT Suppliers Association of Zimbabwe Office Winsys 146 Samora Machel Avenues: email: info@comsa.org.zw

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