“Africa Data Forum to Convene Top Leaders across Business and Government at their annual Cape Town Conference “All Things Data”
Cape Town, South Africa, 20 April 2017 – Africa Data Forum today announced their second conference themed All Things Data to be held in Cape Town on the 28-29th June, 2017. This event represents a key part of ADF’s agenda to drive meaningful conversations around big data and machine learning across Africa’s emerging economies.
“This is an opportune time for Africa Data Forum to launch this conference as African decision makers seek to filter out the noise and unlock the growth potential data science and analytics has to offer,” said Shepherd Mzinyathi, Chief Executive of Africa Data Forum. “All Things Data Cape Town will convene chief data officers, corporate leaders, business leaders, software providers and decision makers from all over Africa to spotlight the big data opportunities and potential challenges to implementation.”
The agenda is heavily focused on the pillars of data analytics with discussions centred on technology innovation, developments in core sectors as well as using the data advantage for POPI and GDPR. Confirmed speakers at the conference are key executives from top regional and global institutions including Lee Naik, CEO of Transunion, Mark Smith, CEO of Cognition Holdings, Gregory Streatfield, Chief Data Officer at Ogilvy and Thula Ngonyama Head of Information Management for Standard Bank PPB ROA.Africa Data Forum, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately – is at the core of the Africa Data Forum’s service. Africa Data Forum convenes decision makers, influencers and industry executives for candid and compelling conferences and training workshops to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organizations more efficiently and effectively. For more information, visit www.africadataforum.com
Africa Data Forum will cover the All Things Data conference via its social media feeds.
For more information on the program and speakers, please visit www.africadataforum.com/capetown-conference/ or connect via LinkedInand Twitter (@AfricaDataForum).