‘Digital Services Africa’ invites you to secure your pass at this year's show, taking place on 25 - 26 June in Johannesburg.
About 180+ operators and enterprises are already registered.
In the run-up to event, the Digital Services Africa team speaks to Craig Ross, Innovation Manager of RLabs, a global movement and registered Social Enterprise that provides innovative solutions to address various complex problems. Craig shares with us the major trends and challenges in the ICT / Digital industry and how companies have thrived through innovation.
Read the full interview here
What you will learn if you attend:
1. Learn how to seize the opportunities in digital services from 40+ speakers and 500+ digital industry decision-makers
2. Focus on Digital Music: hear from labels, operators, distributors, and aggregators about monetizing and distributing music over digital formats in Africa
3. Learn from leading Digital Speakers: Some of the most dynamic digital brands in Africa, from large corporations to small start-ups
4. Innovation Keynote: share ideas and be inspired by entrepreneurs and innovators
5. Workshops & success stories in the 2nd annual AppGig
6. Keynote Presentations: and debates on all aspects of services, innovation, networks, revenue generation, partnerships and more
7. In-Depth session on Mobile Money: to find the best services and models in Africa
The call for entries for participating in the African Students Film Festival is now open until the 19th July 2013. The Festival will take place in Lagos in Nigeria from the 8th to the 12th of October 2013.
At least 50 Swazis actors will get the opportunity of acting in 20 short movies to be recorded by a South African based company known as Planet Films.
The Mpumalanga Short Film Festival is calling out to all filmmakers to submit their short film of 5 minutes for a pilot Festival.