Abuja Is Calling-CMS Africa Summit 2017.

“CMS AFRICA enables the attendees to gain knowledge, share experiences and meet other professionals. It empowers developers and businessmen of today and tomorrow to stay relevant in their relevant markets”. – Sarah Watz. President Open Source Matters.


The history of West Africa can be divided into five major periods: first, its prehistory, in which the first human settlers arrived, developed agriculture, and made contact with peoples to the north; the second, the Iron Age empires that consolidated both intra-African, and extra-African trade, and developed centralized states; third, major polities flourished, which would undergo an extensive history of contact with non-Africans; fourth, the colonial period, in which Great Britain and France controlled nearly the entire region; and fifth, the post-independence era, in which the current nations were formed.

This year, we are in Abuja Nigeria for our annual CMS Africa Summit. Abuja is a planned city which was built mainly in the 1980s. It officially became Nigeria’s capital on 12 December 1991, replacing Lagos, though the latter remains the country’s most populous city. CMS Africa summit is a premier Web, Business, and Mobile event in Africa that gathers developers, E-commerce professionals,  Web administrators, Telecoms and Open Source Organisations among many others in a 2 day summit. This year’s event will be on the 3rd and 4th March at the Chelsea Hotel, central Area, Abuja Nigeria.

This event brings together speakers from all over the world with great experience in web, business, e-Commerce, Telcoms and Open Source. Among the speakers lined up for this year’s event are; Kuba Zwolinski, the Vice President of Magento Organisation and CEO of Snow.Dog a mobile and commerce agency and Job Thomas, education lead and a team from Automatic, engineers and developers from Automatic.

Come attend eye-opening workshops, get strategies for your business and network with creative minds and professionals in the industry. At the summit, you will be treated to, 2 days of activities, 30 speakers and 40 sessions.

One day is never enough for the awesomeness happens at CMS Africa summit. So the summit will take you through two full days of coveted industry talks and workshops. Disrupting old ideas and enforcing new ones while taking you through what moves the IT world. The summit has put together the most versatile speakers we’ve ever landed; They’re not just highly regarded. They run their own companies. They know about business. They understand concepts. They drive the world economy.

We’re covering Disruption, e-commerce, Leadership, Marketing, Mobile, Social, Startups, Tech, UX.  CMS Africa is a Non-governmental organisation that seeks to engage and support students, graduates and start-ups that deal with web applications, frameworks and platforms using open source content management systems.

CMS Africa is a collaboration and partnership between companies (directly dealing with building websites, platforms, applications, and other related professions), and universities/colleges to help build students and graduates in their passionate desires to join in the movement of uplifting the African Continent through content management systems

Registration is on at http://www.summit.cmsafrica.org and you cam follow up the developing events at the CMS Africa secritariat @ http://www.cmsafrica.org.






Author: davidaswani

ati Aswani IMG_9441 I am an enterprise consultant, a creative and a tech enthusiast. Am also undertaking my certification in network security at the Cisco Academy. In my spare time, I improve my skills through training’s, tech gatherings and networking. Some of the things that am passionate about is traveling, art, volunteering and cycling, those are the things that keep my blood circulating.

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