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BarCampAfrica UK 2009

7 November 2009, Vodafone HQ, London, UK

This event will bring together a group of talented entrepreneurs, technologist, charities, engineers, designers, bloggers, artists, with a passion for African development.

This is a Free Event and Tickets will be given on a first come first served basis.

http://barcampafrica.com/uk

OUTSOURCING & CONTACT CENTRES EAST AFRICA

11-12 November 2009, Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi

Now in its fourth year, this is East Africa’s leading BPO conference, gathering international outsourcing companies and buyers of outsourced services with local service providers to explore partnerships and business opportunities.

www.aitecafrica.com

AFRICACOM 2009

11-12 November 2009, International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa

The 12th annual AfricaCom Congress & Exhibition is the continent's one and only MUST attend telecoms event. This year offers you a programme packed with inspirational conference sessions delivered by 50% MORE CxO level speakers, networking with 3,500+ telecoms players and a 220+ stand exhibition for you to discover new telecoms products and build profitable partnerships - not to mention the 2nd annual AfricaCom Awards. www.comworldseries.com/africa

www.comworldseries.com/africa

CUSTOMER SERVICE & CONTACT CENTRE WEST AFRICA

24-25 November 2009, Oriental Hotel, Lagos

www.aitecafrica.com

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2009

2-4 December 2009, Berlin, Germany

Innovate, Share, Succeed – is the theme of OEB 2009. This year’s agenda will be about your learning innovations, your expertise and the great ideas that will lead your organisation, company or school to success.

For the full programme visit the organiser’s website

www.online-educa.com

TANCon AFRICA 2009

4-6 December 2009, Taia Resort, Freetown, Sierra Leone

This years conference will explore the theme "Virgin Territories: A New Market for Innovative Investment" through the use of case studies on Sierra Leone and other liberalizing African markets.

TANCon Africa is hosted by TAN a global non-profit organization that fosters entrepreneurship and technology among people of African descent. TAN was founded in Silicon Valley, California in 2004 to provide a support structure and network for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and community leaders worldwide. This year, the TAN Africa conference is held in collaboration with the Internet Society of Sierra Leone and supported by the Ministry of Trade & Industry and Sierra Leone Import Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA).

TANCon Africa 2009 will attract over 250 local and international attendees from the United States of America, South Africa, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Ghana and the rest of the world. Conference participants will range from industry leaders and key decision makers of global financial institutions, fortune 500 companies in ICT, Finance, Agriculture, Tourism, Infrastructure, Social Entrepreneurship and Renewable Energy.

For more information on the conference, see the conference Web page at:

http://www.tanconf.org/