Up to 50% of jobs require technology skills and statistics have it that this number will increase by over 77% in the next decade.
This means that it is not out of place to continue to empower individuals to be digitally inclined and technologically efficient.
This is what the Digital CEO Africa Summit seeks to achieve every year since 2016.
Digital CEO Africa Summit is Africa’s largest most diversified digital Platform where CEOs, young professionals, start-ups and SMEs connect with the aim at educating, empowering and equipping individuals and organization on digital content, branding and marketing Strategies.
The initiative has empowered thousands of individuals through the years with the goal to educate and empower 1 Million CEOs, young professionals, start-ups and SMEs across Africa Countries.
Educating them with technology soft skills, and most importantly equipping them with latest tools and Tech Hubs for productivity and profitability in the digital to market revolution, a vision pursued avidly by the Initiative’s co-founders: Samson Olatunde and Kwame. A.A. Opoku
With a bang, this year’s edition is tagged “Tech, Transformation and the Future of Work and Industries,”.
The conference is a forum to help individuals and organizations maintain global relevance and effectiveness at all levels within their country’s economy in today’s fiercely competitive work and market place.
According to Olatunde Samson, co-founder of the Digital CEO Academy, “The Nigerian edition which is to take place on Saturday, July 27, 2019, at Oriental Hotel Lagos, is arrayed with an interesting line of events which entails masterclasses, case studies, roundtable panel discussions and enlightening sessions to be anchored by leading experts in global business strategy and digital transformation.” Olatunde is an award-winning entrepreneur and digital consultant.
“A strategic hub for CEOs, captains of industry, career professionals and political leaders, the Digital CEO Africa Summit would aid our Continent in taking her place in global development. It will also help entrepreneurs and businesses gain stronger productivity and digital influence, coupled with higher income power,” Mr. Olatunde further stated.
According to a flagship report produced by the World Bank and the African Development Bank, with the support of the African Union, “Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential to transform business and government in Africa, driving entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth.”
It is for a reason like this that the Digital CEO Academy was initiated, as expressed Kwame Opoku, award-winning Global Business Speaker, Brand Architect, and Digital Expert, who is also the co-founder of the Digital CEO Academy.
Other dates and locations scheduled for the event include Porthartcourt- Sunday, August 4, 2019, followed by the Ghana Edition in September, and then South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, and Zambia Summits.
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