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Local IT firm flies flag high at AfricaCom

Local IT firm flies flag high at AfricaCom

Local IT firm, Green Enterprise Solutions recently attended Africa’s largest Telecom Conference in Africa, in Cape Town. The organisation was also the first local company to be an exhibitor with its own stand at this pan-African event.

Green provides Information and Communication Technology Solutions for the local market, as well as internationally across Africa.

An extra dimension came in the form of the Hon.Tjekero Tweya, Minister of Information Communication and Technology, who was not just present at the AfricaCom conference, but was one of the featured speakers.

By visiting Green’s booth at AfricaCom he and his delegation emphasised the importance of Green’s presence in Cape Town at the conference., proving how important Namibia sees the role of ICT as a way to further develop Namibia’s economy and make it a skills-based economy that is future proof.

Green met like minded individuals, companies and partners from across Africa and further abroad, all sharing the same passion for developing Africa’s digital footprint and making the continent competitive in the ICT arena on a global level.

Kehad Snydewel, Managing Director of Green said, “Sharing ideas, best practises during interactive sessions at the conference gave us a great opportunity to show how advanced we are as Green. Being present at a forum like this and partnering up internationally is the only way in which we can innovate and compete on a global scale. Green wants and is right at the forefront of this drive to compete internationally, and AfricaCom provided the perfect setting. Having the Minister of ICT present and visiting our stand just was the icing on the cake.”



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