The 4th annual African Smart Cities Summit will EXPLORE major trends, CELEBRATE Africa’s progress, DEBATE challenges and opportunities and DISCOVER the innovations set to advance African cities.
The summit will facilitate positive growth through strategic thought leadership and inspiring case studies. The inclusion of the Smart Cities Pavilion on the exhibition floor showcases how technology and innovative solutions can transform African cities.
African Smart City Summit is an African business to business platform showcasing the premiere solutions and technologies that drives Smart City development on the continent.
Participating as a sponsor is a valuable investment and provides a unique opportunity to generate leads, raise brand value and do business with qualified buyers. It will enable you to meet the entire industry value chain and enhance your industry acumen.
As a sponsor your brand will be on display before, during and after.
The summit through our on-going, marketing campaign:
We reach over 50 000 professionals through a multi-channel marketing campaign including: emails, digital campaign and social media.
Day of event
Engage and network with an extended audience of 4500 construction and built environment professionals from the entire value chain attending African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo over the 3-days.
Expect to get additional media coverage as the event will be covered post event by 10+ industry Media partner and associations partners.
Who should attend?
Public and private sector professionals:
• Architects and urban designers
• Chief technology officers
• Development banks and financial institutions
• Developers and property owners
• Facility managers and building operators
• Governments & Inter-Governmental Organisations
• Green Building professionals
• Institutional representatives
• Research & Academia
• Smart city and building consultants
• Start ups and accelerators
• Transportation professionals
• Urban and town planners
• Visionaries and innovation hubs
• Quantity surveyors
Smart technology and service providers in:
• Advanced/ Wireless networks
• Communication and sensor providers
• Citizen services
• Data Analytics/ Tools
• Energy supply/management
• ICT software and technology
• Intelligent/Digital infrastructure
• Internet of Things (IoT)
• Lighting and electrical
• Smart building technologies
• Waste/ Water management
2021 Advisory Board members: African Smart Cities Summit
Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet and National Coordinator, Electronic Government Division, Smart Zambia, Zambia
Chief Executive Officer, Konza Technopolis Development Authority, Kenya
Founding Director, Paragon Group, South Africa
Director: Information Systems and Technology, City of Cape Town, South Africa
Senior ICT Solution Expert, Huawei, South Africa
President/Founder, African Smart Cities Innovation Foundation
Internet Filing (Pty) Ltd (Interfile) is a specialist Information and Communication Technology (ICT) company that excels in supporting Government departments (our clients) in delivering its core business of service delivery to the citizens of the country; in an efficient and effective manner.
Interfile’s Smart City solution allows residents to pay and interact with their municipality via various channels, including the internet, email, mobile telephones, etc. The technology facilitates seamless integration between the core business systems of the municipality, the banks, telecommunication service providers and the end users, enabling immediate and accurate registration, bill presentment, payment, allocation and reconciliation.
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