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Deloitte at AfricaCom 2016
14-18 November 2016 | Cape Town, South Africa
Deloitte is proud to be a sponsor of the LeadersIn Africa Summit at the 2016 AfricaCom conference – a meeting place for those driving Africa’s digital transformation.
Have a look at the below on our involvement, and for articles on our thoughts around what affects digital transformation in Africa.
Our experts at LeadersIn Africa
Deloitte Global Media & Entertainment leader, Mark Casey will be facilitating a Think Tank session on New Business Models on 15 November – engaging with leaders in the telco sector on how to innovate business models to remain relevant and compete in digital Africa.
Deloitte Africa Telecommunications Leader, Arun Babu will be moderating a discussion at 9AM on 16 November, on new opportunities in Africa’s vibrant and rapidly converging telecoms, media and technology industries.
We conducted a consumer survey on the mobile industry, and synthesised the results into 4 themes found in this report - each with its own set of business implications. And as smartphones become ever more embedded in the lives of Africans, we see new opportunities and challenges for the mobile sector, retailers, advertisers and beyond.
The 2016 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) sectors reveals the perspectives gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and tens of thousands of consumer interviews across the globe. Download the report.
Several major metros in South Africa are investigating the potential that smart city technologies have for meeting the needs of an increasingly urbanised population. South Africa, as a continental business leader and home to the largest economy in Africa, has much in common with Africa when it comes to population age and prospects. The major differentiator for the country lies in its well-developed infrastructure and access to skills. These two factors will prove vital in enabling cities like Johannesburg to launch initiatives ahead of competitive cities elsewhere in Africa.