CTO Forum speakers line-up updated
by TINTSWALO BALOYI
JOHANNESBURG – THE Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) has announced more speakers for its upcoming Forum.
The vent ids scheduled for September 8-10 in Dhaka, the Bangladesh capital.
Among the speakers confirmed include Zunaid Ahmed Palak (State Minister, Ministry of Posts Telecommunications and Information Technology, Bangladesh), Shirin Hamid (Chief Technology Officer, United Nations Development Programme), (Nabil Eid, Regional Community Coordinator, Middle East and North Africa, Telecentre.org Foundation), Nazneen Sultana (Deputy Governor, Bangladesh Bank) and Srinivas Nidugondi (Vice President, Mobile Financial Solutions, Mahindra Comviva).
Other speakers include AHM Bazlur Rahman (Chief Executive Officer, Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication), Chandan Ghosh (Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, ProdCoMS LLP and Chief Mentor, Manana Innovations & Consultancy), Abu Saeed Khan (Senior Policy Fellow, LIRNEasia), Luna Shamsuddoha (Chairman, Dohatec New Media) and Sameer Sinha (Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Indus Towers).
They will be joined at the event by Shameem Ahsan (President, Bangladesh Association of Software & Information Services), Cris Seecheran (Chief Executive Officer, Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad & Tobago), Shola Taylor (Chief Executive Officer, Kemilinks International), Kojo Boakye (Policy and Advocacy Manager, Alliance for Affordable Internet), Nurul Kabir (Secretary-General, Association of Mobile Telecom Operators of Bangladesh) and Khandaker Jahurul Alam, Executive Director, Centre for Services and Information on Disability.
The CTO Forum is the premier ICT conference of the Commonwealth.
The event draws high level participation from ICT ministries, regulators and operators from across the Commonwealth.
The 2014 Forum will focus on key aspects of ICT access and utilisation including infrastructure, connectivity, applications, value added services, data and security.
– CAJ News
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