Join me with Vice President Osinbajo as I Keynote Big Data Conference, Lagos March 2019

Join me with Vice President Osinbajo as I Keynote Big Data Conference, Lagos March 2019

Today, I accepted to keynote the Big Data & Business Analytics Conference which is scheduled for 5-7 March 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria. The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, will physically deliver the Opening Message. My keynote is titled “Abundance in the Data of Nations”. I will share more on the presentation as the event draws closer. I invite you to attend (register here), and possibly connect.

THEME:     Big Data, Analytics and African Development
VENUE:     Radisson Blu Hotel, Ikeja-Lagos, Nigeria
DATE:       March 5th – 7th, 2019

As demand for digital transformation grows, data and analytics have new visibility and value in the enterprise — the source of unprecedented opportunity for development in Africa, business decision, innovation and growth.  The use of Big Data & Analytics have received significant attention in recent years.

The Sub-Saharan Africa Big Data, Analytics and Africa Development Conference 2019 aims to provide a platform for governments, enterprises, researchers and practitioners to exchange innovative ideas, latest research results, and practice experiences and lessons learned. Its major objectives include big-data applications in various domains such as healthcare, business and financing, education and learning, social networks and media, urban and environment, sensors and Internet of things as well as technology aspects of big data computing and services such as data mining and analytics.

The Conference will be hosting the 1st edition of the Sub-Saharan Africa Big Data and Business Analytics Conference 2019 in Ikeja, Lagos in Nigeria and is therefore calling for papers from both academia and industry experts on various sub themes.


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