NigeriaCom is here and WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier, will be in attendance and participating at the event. The two-day event will take place at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria on the 19th – 20th September 2018.
If you are an African or international telco, an ISP, an OTT player or a Content Provider looking for affordable, reliable, managed connectivity, visit our stand number 0 for partnership opportunities.
To set up a meeting with the WIOCC team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier is today present at Capacity Africa taking place at Kampala Serena Hotel, Kampala, Uganda. Make your way to Africa’s largest carrier event on the continent. With over 450+ senior-level executives representing Africa’s entire carrier community, Capacity Africa 2017 will deliver the ultimate platform to network with existing partners and establish new lucrative business partnerships. The WIOCC team is ready to tackle any complex challenge and deliver simple solutions.
Come and visit the WIOCC team at stand 10 and engage with Mike Last – VP, International Business Development, Darren Bedford – Director, Africa Business Development, Martin Mutiiria – Director, Africa-Sales. Natasha Mzungu – Regional Sales Manager – Southern Africa and Edilson Sixpene – Country Sales Manager, Mozambique.
To arrange a meeting for the two-day event with WIOCC please contact email@example.com.
Today, 20th July 2017, Martin Mutiiria – WIOCC’s Director, Sales – Africa will represent WIOCC at Zimbabwe’s 4th edition of Broadband Economy Forum being held in Sango Conference Centre, Cresta Lodge in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Martin will share his expertise during his speaking slot titled ‘What A Broadband Driven Economy in Today’s Africa Looks Like’ between 09.00am and 09.30am. Thereafter, Mr. Mutiiria will be joined by Joseph Machiva – Divisional Director of Retail, TelOne, Clever Isaya – COO, NetOne, Fayaz King – COO, Econet Wireless, Wellington Makamure – CEO, Liquid Telecom, Winfred Musengeya – Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Telecel Zimbabwe and Nhena Nyagura – CEO, Dandemutande to discuss questions that businesses have particularly regarding collaboration with the telecoms sector.
The Broadband Economy Conference places top business leaders from the full diversity of industries in one room to discuss one thing: how to utilise technology right now to grow their businesses. It will be a day of presentation, discussion and networking with local and regional decision makers in the broadband industry.
To reach Martin at the Broadband Economy Forum, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Wood, CEO of Africa’s carriers’ carrier WIOCC, will discuss strategies for driving sustainable growth and meeting the huge demand for new infrastructure and services in Africa at TMT Finance & Investment Africa, which takes place on 14th June at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, London.
“Further investment in broadband infrastructure is crucial to enabling the realisation of the continent’s economic potential. This investment should be directed towards increasing the reach and reliability of terrestrial fibre; building more local Data Centres, Points of Presence (PoPs) and local metropolitan networks; and capacity-boosting technology upgrades for existing submarine cables”, commented WIOCC CEO Chris Wood.
Consistently named one of the 100 most powerful people in global telecoms, Chris Wood will be part of an expert panel of Telecom, Media and Tech leaders which also includes:
⦁ Cynthia Gordon, EVP and CEO Africa Division at Millicom
⦁ Hakam Kanafani, Chief Adviser & Member of the Board at Türk Telekom and Oger Telecom, and
⦁ David Williams, CEO of Avanti Communications Group.
The expert panel will be chaired by Coleago Consulting director Scott McKenzie and is set to discuss a range of topics including:
⦁ Assessing regional opportunities for investment, joint ventures and partnerships
⦁ Accelerating innovation and increasing profitability
⦁ Investing in infrastructure, new licences and technology
⦁ Working with key stakeholders, Governments and financiers
Chris Wood, CEO of Africa’s carriers’ carrier WIOCC, will be part of a top-level panel discussing what is, can and needs to be done to help unlock the potential in Africa at International Telecoms Week (8th-11th May 2016 in Chicago) – which is expected to attract more than 6,000 professionals from 150 countries, and is the largest meeting point for the global wholesale telecoms community.
Consistently named as one of the 100 most powerful people in the global telecoms industry, Chris Wood will address the topical ‘Upgrade vs. New Build’ issue and provide expert insight and comment within the Unlocking Potential in Africa: Keeping up with data traffic’ session – which takes place between 8:30-10:30am on Tuesday 10th May at the Hyatt Regency & Swissôtel, in Swiss Tower, Gold Level, Alpine 2.
The expert panel – which will be chaired by Balancing Act CEO Russell Southwood and also include Funke Opeke from MainOne, Chris George from Google, Mike van den Bergh from PCCW Global and Willem Marais from Liquid Telecom – will discuss a range of topics including:
1. Data Traffic Pattern/Trends across Africa
⦁ Consumption by Region and a review of the factors driving usage trends
⦁ An insight into data traffic trajectories and comparison to other markets internationally.
2. Connectivity Landscape across Africa
⦁ How are fibre deployment strategies affecting data uptake?
⦁ How are businesses dealing with investment challenges of implementing fibre?
⦁ Impact of 4G/LTE networks across Africa
⦁ Impact of cheaper satellite connectivity solutions
3. Insight into Data Center Market and Content Trends Across Africa
⦁ Analysis of the current environment, key trends, business issues, opportunities and future developments in the market.
4. Overview of the key data center players across Africa
5. The impact on content uptake and the opportunities for content distribution
Mike Last, WIOCC’s Chief Marketing Officer, has been acclaimed as one of the telecommunications industry’s “50 Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) to watch”, in the latest issue of Global Telecoms Business (GTB) magazine.
Responsible for all external and internal marketing, Mike joined WIOCC as employee number two in 2008 and is one of only two executives from Africa-based companies in this prestigious, 50-strong list compiled following nominations by work colleagues, readers and GTB staff.
His marketing expertise transformed this fledgling organisation into an internationally recognised, multi-award-winning capacity and network services wholesaler, widely regarded as the #1 supplier of high-performance bandwidth solutions in Africa.
Mike built WIOCC’s marketing capability from scratch and his home-grown teams now clearly communicate consistent messages through world-class marketing materials and initiatives. He also looks after WIOCC’s communications with shareholders across Africa, and WIOCC is now referred to as “Africa’s carriers’ carrier”.