DataCon Africa: Live will be 100% virtual from 25th – 26th MAY 2021

Engage data analytics leaders at this unique virtual event

A new business paradigm is emerging. Now, more than ever, organizations are looking to data analytics as their competitive advantage. The pressure has never been greater for data analytics leaders to identify the very best solutions to take their capabilities to the next level.

DataCon Africa: Live is a 100% virtual conference and will connect Africa’s most progressive data analytics leaders with the world’s most forward-thinking solution providers, set against a backdrop of cutting-edge content that you cannot find anywhere else. At home, in the office or on the road.

DataCon Africa will cover all things Cloud, AI, Data Engineering, Data Privacy and Protection, Data Strategy and Culture, and everything in between in a unique mix of international keynotes, expert case studies and insightful panel discussions. With over 50 speakers from 12 different countries, presenting over 30 sessions – all to your desktop, mobile or laptop – you can not afford to miss it!

These are some of the keynote speakers :


These are some of the reason you should attend:

  • At DataCon Africa you have the opportunity to Learn from the most successful leaders in the data world and explore the strategic issues that matter to you. DataCon Africa has years of experience in creating data events that deliver true insights.
  • Enjoy the convenience of an online event. There’s no need to spend time & money on travel, no time out of the office, and you can fit the event around your schedule, or catch up on-demand.
  • Interact with the data community’s leading lights. Our technology and live broadcasts mean you can put your specific pain points & questions to our expert speakers, and get direct, actionable answers. All for free! There’s no fee to register and no travel costs. All you need is access to the internet, from anywhere in the world, on any device!

For more information on the event and how to register visit the DataCon Africa website.

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