The full run down on the conference – the foundations it’s built upon, what it is about, what its aims are and why you need to attend.
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We’ve secured the Four Points by Sheraton on Victoria Island, Lagos for this event. It’s a state of the art venue, but room capacity is limited to 165.
“HAVING ATTENDED 15 EVENTS PREVIOUS TO MOBILE WEB WEST AFRICA 2012, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN THE BEST SO FAR. THE INSIGHTS FROM THE SPEAKERS WILL GO ON TO SHAPE MY BUSINESS STRATEGY FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.”
Michael Ugwu, a graduate of University College London, joined iROKO Partners in August 2011. For several years, he worked in Financial Services in the UK and Nigeria before joining iROKO Partners to build the iROKING music business.
Managing Partner, L5Lab
Chika is founder/managing partner of L5Lab, the tech-focused venture firm responsible for incubating Jobberman (West Africa’s top jobs portal) and Cheki.com.ng (Nigeria’s top cars portal).
Managing Director and Co-Founder, Jumia Nigeria
Tunde was previously a Business Development Manager at Diageo, a consumer goods company with a portfolio of world-famous drinks brands.
Robert Lamptey is a co-founder and CEO of Saya, the most promising messaging tool to come out of Africa.
Saidah Nash Carter
Vice President, Strategy & Business Innovation, Thomson Reuters
Saidah Nash Carter joined Thomson Reuters in 1997. Fueled by intellectual curiosity and a passion for digital media, she has held a number of roles ranging from media product development to chief of staff for the CEO of the company’s Professional division.
Senior Director, Business Development, West Africa, Qualcomm
Alex Dadson is a senior director of business development at Qualcomm. He oversees Qualcomm’s business in West Africa and manages strategic relationships with regional customers, including mobile network operators, handset manufacturers/brands and application software developers.
Oyindamola Honey Ogundeyi
Industry Manager, Google Nigeria
Honey Ogundeyi is the Industry Manager for Google Nigeria. Ogundeyi works with leading brands, publishers and advertising agencies helping them to become more successful online.
VP – Africa, biNu
biNu was launched through the various Java app stores and Google Play, with an initial focus on Asia.
“THIS IS MY SECOND YEAR ATTENDING AND SUPPORTING MWWA AND THE EVENT KEEPS GETTING BETTER. IT’S THE BEST CONFERENCE I HAVE ATTENDED.”
“ALL AMBER HAS ONCE AGAIN ORGANISED A MAGIC MOBILE WEB CONFERENCE THIS YEAR IN WEST AFRICA. I’M IMPRESSED WITH THE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE EACH PARTICIPANT IS ACCORDED BY THE ALL AMBER TEAM. THUMBS UP, GUYS!”
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