13th NCS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

Tuesday, July 18, 2017 (7:00 AM)
to
Thursday, July 20, 2017 (8:00 PM)

Ticket Infomation

Ticket Type Price (₦) Quantity Sub Total
NYSC / NACOSS 7/18/2017 7:00:00 AM 15,000.00
Member Corporate (Early Bird) 5/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 37,500.00 Sales Over
Non Member Corporate (Early Bird) 5/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 40,000.00 Sales Over
Member (Early Bird) 5/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 40,000.00 Sales Over
Member Corporate (Mid Registration) 7/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 42,500.00
Non Member Corporate (Mid Registration) 7/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 45,000.00
Member (Mid Registration) 7/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 45,000.00
Non Member (Early Bird) 5/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 45,000.00 Sales Over
Member Corporate (Late Bird) 7/18/2017 7:00:00 AM 47,500.00
Non Member Corporate (Late Bird) 7/18/2017 7:00:00 AM 50,000.00
Member (Late Bird) 7/18/2017 7:00:00 AM 50,000.00
Non Member (Mid Registration) 7/1/2017 12:00:00 AM 50,000.00
Non Member (Late Bird) 7/18/2017 7:00:00 AM 55,000.00
Total: 0.00

NYSC / NACOSS
15000.00

Member Corporate (Early Bird)
37500.00

Non Member Corporate (Early Bird)
40000.00

Member (Early Bird)
40000.00

Member Corporate (Mid Registration)
42500.00

Non Member Corporate (Mid Registration)
45000.00

Member (Mid Registration)
45000.00

Non Member (Early Bird)
45000.00

Member Corporate (Late Bird)
47500.00

Non Member Corporate (Late Bird)
50000.00

Member (Late Bird)
50000.00

Non Member (Mid Registration)
50000.00

Non Member (Late Bird)
55000.00

Total:
0.00

Event Details

Preamble:

Sustainable development has become one of the major global issues of this era. In recognition of the world’s need for sustainability, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by world leaders at the United Nations summit in September 2015 came into force on 1 January, 2016. Information Technology enabled innovation is integral to incorporating sustainability into global development. The 13th International Conference will provide a unique opportunity to bring together stakeholders from government, industry, academia, the United Nations, multilateral agencies, international organizations, youth groups and civil society to share knowledge and experiences towards leveraging IT Innovation to achieve more sustainable and inclusive societies. Actionable initiatives and solutions will be developed through collaborative dialogue, keynotes, presentations, demonstrations and panels during the Conference.

Theme:

Information Technology Innovation for Sustainable Development

 

Sub-Themes

  1. Poverty Eradication, Food Security and Digital Inclusion
  2. eHealth, mHealth and Innovation – Sustainable Healthcare for All
  3. Digital Economies: Capacity Building, Startups and Youth Innovation
  4. Sustainable Infrastructure for Innovation, Research and Development
  5. Closing the Digital Gender Gap
  6. Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change – The IT Innovation Imperative
  7. Smart Cities, IT Parks and Digital Nations
  8. E-Government, Digital Development and E-Readiness
  9. Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection and Digital Privacy
  10. Education for All through IT Innovation
  11. Disruptive Technologies for Sustainability: Mobility, IoT, Big Data and Cloud
  12. Agricultural Systems
  13. Robotics
  14. Transport and Traffic Technology

Conference Highlights:

  • Official Opening and Keynotes
  • Plenary and Parallel Sessions
  • Technical Sessions
  • Seminars
  • Research Consortium
  • Induction of New Members
  • Exhibition and Products Launch
  • Public Sector ICT Showcase
  • IT Competitions
  • Fellows’ Forum
  • Annual General Meeting

Where is the Event?

Venue: Chida International Hotel

Speaker

Tope Aladenusi

Tope Aladenusi

Partner, Deloitte Nigeria

Iyinoluwa Aboyeji

Iyinoluwa Aboyeji

Co-founder, Andela and CEO/Co-founder, Flutterwave

Iyinoluwa is an impact entrepreneur with a passion for building the future of Africa with a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies from the University Of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He’s spent the past 7 years building ventures in the education, technology, youth employment, publishing and finance spaces. At 18, he interned for the World Youth Alliance at the United Nations Headquarters, New York. He then went on to lead Imprint Publications, one of Canada’s largest student-owned publishing houses, as President of the Board in 2010. Iyinoluwa helped found and run BooknetoInc, a social e-learning platform which was acquired in 2013 by the Canadian Innovation Centre. In 2014, He co-founded Andela to find the brightest young people in Africa and prepare them to become Africa’s next generation of technology leader through deep immersive remote-work experience with global technology companies like Facebook, IBM, Microsoft and Google amongst others. Iyinoluwa left Andela to co-found Flutterwave, a payments technology company connecting Africa to the global economy with one API for processing any payment across Africa. Flutterwave is a Y Combinator company backed by several notable angels and VC’s around the world. Iyinoluwa was appointed to the Nigerian Industrial Policy and Competitiveness Advisory Council, inaugurated by the Acting President on May 30, 2017.

Yerima Peter Tarfa

Yerima Peter Tarfa

Acting Director, Department of Climate Change (DCC)

Ghaji Bello

Ghaji Bello

Director General, National Population Commission of Nigeria

Maryam Lawan Gwadabe

Maryam Lawan Gwadabe

Founder, Blue Hub and CEO of Blue Sapphire E-Solutions

Ms Maryam Lawan Gwadabe is the CEO of Blue Sapphire E-Solutions ICT and business School. She is also the Founder of Blue Hub techpreneurship Incubation and Acceleration center in Kano state and she is a passionate academic researcher, developer, digital marketer and security analyst. She has Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering and Masters in Computer Network Management. She is an award winner for ICT track at emerging research paradigm for social sciences conference. She is focused on creating an enabling and conducive environment which will serve as breeding ground for building capacity amongst ladies and young people. Ms Maryam Lawan Gwadabe often organizes the Young Minds ideation Guide for Startups and related events that focus on Mentoring, Guiding and Accelerating Tech Startups led by Women and Young Adults. She has the joy of engaging, enlightening, encouraging and empowering people in all avenues to harness the potential of ICT.

Nkem Okocha

Nkem Okocha

CEO, Mamamoni

Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja

Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja

CEO, Fresh Direct Nigeria

Oluseun Onigbinde

Oluseun Onigbinde

Co-founder and Lead Partner, BudgIT

 Oluseun Onigbinde, a graduate of Engineering from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria, co-founded Nigeria’s civic tech organization, BudgIT in 2011. BudgIT uses technologies of any form that appeal across every literacy span to make public data more accessible, transparent and understandable to Nigerians and great people of the world. Oluseun consulted for the Federal Public Administration Reform (a DFID- funded project) on providing strategic support for the National Assembly Budget and Research Office (NABRO) on data analytics, budget tracking and visualization patterns. He also worked with United Kingdom’s Department for International Development on redesigning content regarding crude oil theft and Petroleum Industry Bill.

 Oluseun Onigbinde has worked on several projects funded by MacArthur Foundation, DFID, Open Society, OXFAM and Omidyar Network. Oluseun Onigbinde is a recipient of the Ashoka Fellowship, Future Africa Awards, Quartz Africa 30 Innovators Award, Aspen New Voices Fellowship and also an Open Knowledge Foundation ambassador for Nigeria. He sits on the ONE Africa Policy Advisory Board and also worked with International Center for Journalists/Gates Foundation on rethinking health journalism in Nigeria. He was a Knight Innovation Fellow with the International Center for Journalists. He also had Executive Education at Stanford University Graduate School of Business on Social Entrepreneurship.

Speaker

Tope Aladenusi

Tope Aladenusi

Partner, Deloitte Nigeria

Iyinoluwa Aboyeji

Iyinoluwa Aboyeji

Co-founder, Andela and CEO/Co-founder, Flutterwave

Iyinoluwa is an impact entrepreneur with a passion for building the future of Africa with a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies from the University Of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He’s spent the past 7 years building ventures in the education, technology, youth employment, publishing and finance spaces. At 18, he interned for the World Youth Alliance at the United Nations Headquarters, New York. He then went on to lead Imprint Publications, one of Canada’s largest student-owned publishing houses, as President of the Board in 2010. Iyinoluwa helped found and run BooknetoInc, a social e-learning platform which was acquired in 2013 by the Canadian Innovation Centre. In 2014, He co-founded Andela to find the brightest young people in Africa and prepare them to become Africa’s next generation of technology leader through deep immersive remote-work experience with global technology companies like Facebook, IBM, Microsoft and Google amongst others. Iyinoluwa left Andela to co-found Flutterwave, a payments technology company connecting Africa to the global economy with one API for processing any payment across Africa. Flutterwave is a Y Combinator company backed by several notable angels and VC’s around the world. Iyinoluwa was appointed to the Nigerian Industrial Policy and Competitiveness Advisory Council, inaugurated by the Acting President on May 30, 2017.

Yerima Peter Tarfa

Yerima Peter Tarfa

Acting Director, Department of Climate Change (DCC)

Ghaji Bello

Ghaji Bello

Director General, National Population Commission of Nigeria

Maryam Lawan Gwadabe

Maryam Lawan Gwadabe

Founder, Blue Hub and CEO of Blue Sapphire E-Solutions

Ms Maryam Lawan Gwadabe is the CEO of Blue Sapphire E-Solutions ICT and business School. She is also the Founder of Blue Hub techpreneurship Incubation and Acceleration center in Kano state and she is a passionate academic researcher, developer, digital marketer and security analyst. She has Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering and Masters in Computer Network Management. She is an award winner for ICT track at emerging research paradigm for social sciences conference. She is focused on creating an enabling and conducive environment which will serve as breeding ground for building capacity amongst ladies and young people. Ms Maryam Lawan Gwadabe often organizes the Young Minds ideation Guide for Startups and related events that focus on Mentoring, Guiding and Accelerating Tech Startups led by Women and Young Adults. She has the joy of engaging, enlightening, encouraging and empowering people in all avenues to harness the potential of ICT.

Nkem Okocha

Nkem Okocha

CEO, Mamamoni

Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja

Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja

CEO, Fresh Direct Nigeria

Oluseun Onigbinde

Oluseun Onigbinde

Co-founder and Lead Partner, BudgIT

 Oluseun Onigbinde, a graduate of Engineering from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria, co-founded Nigeria’s civic tech organization, BudgIT in 2011. BudgIT uses technologies of any form that appeal across every literacy span to make public data more accessible, transparent and understandable to Nigerians and great people of the world. Oluseun consulted for the Federal Public Administration Reform (a DFID- funded project) on providing strategic support for the National Assembly Budget and Research Office (NABRO) on data analytics, budget tracking and visualization patterns. He also worked with United Kingdom’s Department for International Development on redesigning content regarding crude oil theft and Petroleum Industry Bill.

 Oluseun Onigbinde has worked on several projects funded by MacArthur Foundation, DFID, Open Society, OXFAM and Omidyar Network. Oluseun Onigbinde is a recipient of the Ashoka Fellowship, Future Africa Awards, Quartz Africa 30 Innovators Award, Aspen New Voices Fellowship and also an Open Knowledge Foundation ambassador for Nigeria. He sits on the ONE Africa Policy Advisory Board and also worked with International Center for Journalists/Gates Foundation on rethinking health journalism in Nigeria. He was a Knight Innovation Fellow with the International Center for Journalists. He also had Executive Education at Stanford University Graduate School of Business on Social Entrepreneurship.

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