CIO Summit Africa Sponsors

Meet one-on-one with leading CIOs and IT executives from across Africa

The CIO Africa Summit offers innovative members of the vendor community a unique opportunity to meet with leading CIOs and IT executives eager to hear about new solutions. As a sponsor, you will have the opportunity to outline your product or service during interactive educational sessions and networking breaks with guaranteed budget holders and decision-makers. One-on-one Executive Exchange meetings, arranged to match unique executive challenges with appropriate solutions, are held throughout the summit to allow you to go over specific details and address individual questions and concerns.

The CIO Africa Summit is an exclusive event, admitting a limited number of high-level attendees to ensure a productive environment for everyone involved. Our approach maintains a strategic balance of sessions, breaks and one-on-one meetings, which allows you as a sponsor to give delegates a thorough overview of your solution and turn chance contacts into solid business associates.

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