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More firms to exhibit at West Africa telecom summit & expo in Accra



As preparations for the 2014 edition of the West Africa Telecom Summit & Expo set to take place on 4th April at the Movenpick Hotel gears up, more players in the Ghana’s ICT sector are to take part in the event.
Tecno, Nokia, Airtel and Tigo are among the list of companies expected to demonstrate and showcase their products and services at the exhibition stands.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Group Publisher of MobileWorld magazine, Akin Naphtal expressed his delight at the new development.
He also commended the companies for recognising the need to the ICT sector in West Africa to integrate to the next level via sharing of best practices among competitors.
The summit, which will be under the themed “consolidating growth in the telecom sector,” will focuses on data explosion.
The event will has attract speakers of high calibre in the industry with a lot of ICT experts coming to navigate the future of the industry.


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