After a successful show in 2016, Cabsat returned to Dubai once again for its 23rd edition, to serve as a platform for exhibitors showcasing new innovations in broadcast, production, content delivery, digital media and satellite sectors and at the same time connecting content creators with distributors and buyers in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia
The CashlessAfrica Conference and Expo, Nigeria, is a platform for technology companies, FinTech’s and other financial institutions to come together and share best practices in order to build a strong economy in West Africa
Mastercard will be the headline sponsor of the sixth edition of the CashlessAfrica Conference and Expo. The event is organised by Mobile Money Africa and is scheduled for 22 to 23 March, at the Oriental Hotel, Lekki in Lagos, Nigeria.
The CashlessAfrica Conference and Expo is a platform for technology companies, FinTech’s and other financial institutions to come together and share best practices in order to build a strong economy in Nigeria. The event looks at the importance of rethinking current models and gaining valuable market insight to introduce relevant digital payment solutions to the benefit of all people.
With over 85 per cent of retail transactions still made in cash and cheques, the potential for digital payments to make a tangible difference is immense. This year Omokehinde Adebanjo, Vice President and Area Business Head of West Africa at Mastercard, will participate as a keynote speaker to discuss matters impacting Nigeria and the broader continent and how partnerships will be critical to shifting economies beyond cash.
“Partnerships across multiple sectors and stakeholders is a fundamental component to ensuring cash is driven out of the system and that smart innovative, and financially inclusive, solutions are introduced,” said Adebanjo.
While the conference serves as a platform to provide a deeper understanding if the evolving financial services ecosystem, Mastercard views it as an opportunity to build strong and mutually beneficial relationships with various stakeholders dedicated to developing a World Beyond Cash.
After a successful show in 2016, Cabsat has returned to Dubai once again for its 23rd edition, to serve as a platform for exhibitors looking to showcase new innovations in broadcast, production, content delivery, digital media and satellite sectors
Global Eagle Entertainment showcased its platform of satellite connectivity, content solutions and capabilities at Satellite 2017 in Washington, D.C, USA
Communications Africa was at this year's Mobile World Congress which kicked off on 27 February at the Fira Gran Via conference centre in Barcelona, Spain and came to a close 2 March