“It is one of the most exciting summits for the African tech and business community as it brings together both global and Africa based speakers and delegates,” says CMS Africa Founder and Lead, Oduor Jagero.
The summit hosts unique web and mobile experts but also attracts industry leaders, startups, investors, academics, freelancers, developers, marketers, diplomats and government officials, as well as students. It delivers a thought-provoking exchange of knowledge, methods and ideas on how to improve the tech and business space.
The illustrious list of speakers is led by Facebook Africa Marketing Lead, Elizma Nolte, and includes the Head of ICANN Africa, Bob Ochieng; CEO of Typo3, Mathias Schreiber; the Vice President of Joomla!, Aleksander Kuczek and Google experts, Prosper Otemuyiwa and Elsie Birech.
Reputable developers such as Global Community Manager at Startup Grind, Bruce Lunnis; Expert at Codeable, Jonathan Bossenger; Team Leader at Automattic, Job Thomas; Product Design at Automattic, Ola Olusoga and Community Manager at Automattic, Hugh Lashbrooke, are also speaking at the event.
This annual tech event rotates around African cities, having previously been held in Kampala, Uganda; Abuja, Nigeria; Kigali, Rwanda and Nairobi, Kenya. If you are in South Africa this year is your chance to attend the best open source event in Africa!
General admission pass tickets cost USD49 or depending on the exchange rate for the day R680 for the two days.
To see a list of the prominent speakers or to purchase tickets, please visit www.cmsafricasummit.org