Over here in Lagos, we report that our Founder, Dr. Ndubuisi Ekekwe, has been invited to NigeriaCom 2011. It was communicated in an email by the Conference Producer, yesterday. He has not gotten back to us if he will attend, though. Dr Ekekwe – the recipient of IGI Global 2010 “Book of the Year Award” and inventor of microchip for medical robots has spoken in Harvard University where he writes at HBR, Wharton Business School, MIT, and across the globe. He founded our parent company,
Fasmicro, which is giving Nigeria its first indigenous Apps Store. He holds two doctorates and four master’s degrees with undergraduate from FUT, Owerri (Nigeria) where he finished the best in his class in 1998. He is also a full professor of electrical and computer engineering and consult for United Nations, AU, and other leading institutions. An elite engineer, he creates some of the coolest technologies in the world with his colleagues in US.
I would like to invite Dr Ekekwe to make a presentation at the event, looking at m-health apps in Nigeria. Could you either pass this invitation on to him, or advise me how to contact him direct?
Now in its second year, the event has become the must-attend event for anyone involved with the Nigerian telecoms industry, with the most senior networking and learning experience for delegates in Africa’s largest and fastest growing telecoms market.
NigeriaCom is a preeminent conference in Nigeria where participants will gain unique market perspectives and insights from a 40 strong speaker-line up including 25+ Operator leaders. The 2 day agenda equips you to capitalise on new networks and services, while the 60 stand networking exhibition will showcase the world’s foremost technology and solutions available for your business. With 1,000+ attendees, if you do telecoms business in the region, this is an event you cannot afford to miss! Past speakers included CEOs of the leading telcos in Nigeria like Etisalat Nigeria, Starcomms, among others.
We will be presenting this conference in few hours today – just gathering data. We are immediately calling to evaluate the impact as of last year. If you attended the last one, please email [email protected]