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ECOMMERCE AFRICA CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION 2019

EVENTS SOUTH AFRICA

 
eCommerce Africa Conference and Exhibition 2019
19th & 20th March 2019
Tuesday | Wednesday
www.ecommerce-africa.com
 
 
The 2018 eCommerce Africa Conference and Exhibition was a great success story for delegates and sponsors alike. The event hosted more delegates than any year prior and remains the largest event of its kind on the continent. The demand for the eCommerce track has grown to such a degree that we have taken the decision in 2019 to dedicate 100% of the conference and exhibition to eCommerce and digital trade.

This is an exciting step for us as the event organiser, but is also a reflection of the rapid growth and future potential that currently exists across the eCommerce landscape. With a dedicated focus on eCommerce industry leaders within the eCommerce ecosystem, we anticipate a vast increase in delegate attendance as the targeted content meets the surging demand for answers to risks and opportunities present in an increasingly complex and competitive operating environment.

As an event that prides itself on attracting the top decision-makers in the industry through our world class content, we are proactively seeking partnerships for 2019 that can support the rapid growth currently underway in the eCommerce industry.
 
For more information contact us on 021 180 4700 or customerservice@kineticevents.net
 

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