The fourth edition of the Africa Internet Summit (AIS), will take place in the city of Gaborone, Botswana, from 29 May to 10 June 2016.
The AIS is a platform where key Internet-related development issues faced by Africa are discussed. The event is proudly hosted by BOCRA ( Botswana Communication Regulatory Authority).
The AIS is an annual, regional multi-stakeholder ICT conference. It is the pinnacle educational and business ICT event in Africa where key players in the Internet industry interact with the global Internet community. Launched in The Gambia in 2012, the Summit consists of seminars, workshops, tutorials, conference sessions, birds-of-a-feather (BOFs), and other forums for sharing ICT knowledge within the African region.
The Summit aims to bring the ICT business and technical community in Africa together under one roof to discuss ICT issues and challenges. The Summit provides attendees with a platform to share and spread Internet-related knowledge pertinent to the African region and to network with peers.
The African Internet community, drawn from academia, public and private sectors, technical organisations, governmental institutions and civil society, interact on Internet issues and Internet development in general. Our audience benefits from a panel of international experts who deliver insightful knowledge in Information and telecommunication technologies.
The range of topics spans over mobile networking, applications, cybersecurity, cyber laws, Internet governance, ICT for development, research, civil and information society and African ICT success stories.
This is an open platform that everyone can attend. Join your peer and business and technical leaders for the Africa Internet Summit - the place for sharing knowledge and networking within the Africa ICT community.