NCC Maiden Indigenous Telecom Content Expo Holds August 1, 2


The Nigerian Communications Commission sets to host a special maiden edition of Expo tagged “Nigeria Telecommunications Indigenous Content Expo (NTICE 2022)”

The event will hold on August 1- 2 2022 at Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos with the theme “stimulating the Development of Indigenous Content through Innovation and Commercialisation”

In a notice signed by the NCC’s Executive Vice Chairman, Prof. Umar Danbatta, he explained that the Expo will promote the four focus areas of the National Policy on the Promotion and Implementation of indigenous content in the telecommunications sector (NPPIC), which are Manufacturing, Service and Software, People, Research and Development for innovation in line with the Presidential Mandate to diversify the economy.

The event is focused on bringing together all stakeholders in the communications value chain and serving as a platform where practicable ideas and solutions can be birthed to stimulate demand and supply of indigenous solutions, technologies, and capacity building, amongst others.

However, the notice also read that it will also support the development of new businesses and partnerships to benefit indigenous content in the telecoms value chain while enabling networking with various industry professionals. It shall be an event where all categories of stakeholders shall converge to discuss ideas and solutions as well as showcase their indigenous products and services.

“NCC is presenting the opportunity and inviting indigenous operators, manufacturers, regulators, government agencies, policymakers, innovators, influencers, industry leaders, startups, academia, and global experts to an exhibition to showcase their products and services, innovative solutions, and new technologies,”

It added that exhibition stands have been categorized into Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

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