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TITANS OF TECH marks ten years of constructive operation




The 10th anniversary of the prestigious Titans of Tech conference and exhibition has been scheduled to hold on July 22, 2015 at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, ITRealms reports.

Don Pedro Aganbi, Managing Consultant, Technology Africa, noted in a chat with news men in Lagos, that “in today’s modern society, information communication technology (ICT) continues to play an increasingly significant role in the development of any nation culturally, socially and economically”.

Speaking further, ITRealms learnt, he stated that “The theme of this year’s conference “How ICT Powers Nigeria’s Economy” was chosen specifically to highlight the fact that ICT has become a key driver of economic growth over the past decade.” He noted that the rapid diffusion of the Internet, of mobile telephony and of broadband networks all demonstrate just how pervasive ICT has become.

He said that the Titans of Tech 2015 conference will go a long way not just to boost awareness of how ICT is changing the economic landscape but also the key players/operators making the investments that is precipitating this change. The conference, ITRealms gathered, will afford participating firms and individuals the ample opportunities to reveal the extent of their investment in Nigeria and to highlight the urgent need to actively protect and indeed promote further investment.

The ICT enthusiast noted that the four components of the tenth anniversary celebration of the Titans of Technology project are: Nigeria ICT Youth Summit, Finance ICT Breakfast Summit (FIBS), E-Government Roundtable and Titans of Technology Awards & Gala Nite.
Participants at the high-octane forum ITRealms learnt, include local and International 

Infrastructure Providers firms, policy makers in Government including Ministry of Information and Communications, Ministry of Science & Technology, National Assembly, Nigerian Communications Commission, NITDA, Ministry of Education, among other stakeholders.

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