If you haven’t yet registered for the first Mobile Web West Africa conference in Lagos, Nigeria, this is a great opportunity to do so.
Following a recent partnership deal announced between ConnectNigeria.com, the Yahoo-esque portal for Nigeria and All Amber Limited, a UK-based conference company and organizer of the Mobile Web series in Africa, a discount of 15% off tickets to the first Mobile Web West Africa conference in Lagos is being offered.
To grab this offer, register at www.mobilewestafrica.com and use the promo code: ConnNig
The event is the third of a series of events focusing on harnessing the internet and applications on mobile devices on the continent and All Amber is leading an initiative focusing on the development of the Mobile Web sector in Africa by organising a series of conferences on the topic.
The conferences bring together the leading stakeholders in the African mobile ecosystem, thought leaders from across the globe as well as the future stars of the industry by offering subsidised places to start-ups and developers.
The event, scheduled to hold in Lagos on 2nd & 3rd February, 2011 at the prestigious Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria island has confirmed speakers and supporters from leading organisations such as Google, World Wide Web Foundation, W3C, Storm 360, ConnectNigeria.com, InMobi, Mobility Nigeria, Fontera, Balancing Act and Startups Nigeria.
At Mobile Web West Africa, ConnectNigeria.com will be exhibiting some cool new features and showcasing a new mobile web product to the participants and the general public.
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