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Tue, 19 Jun 2018 09:26 - Updated Tue, 19 Jun 2018 09:25

Angotic Forum 2018 kicks off Tuesday

Luanda - The Angotic Forum 2018 being held in Luanda from July 19-21 aims at sharing knowledge and exchanging technology among IT companies, as well as improving the quality of the services provided.

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An Angolan technological lab.

Photo: Rosário Dos Santos

The annually held event, intends to make Angola internationally recognized amongst the technology world, thus the Angotic Forum and Information and Telecommunication Technologies exhibition being jointly held.


The event, which counts on the presence of 100 local and foreign exhibitors, is expected to lure the interest of students, companies, individual and specialists from outside the country.


The three-day event also expects to receive roughly 2,000 visitors among officials of private and public IT companies, meteorology and mail services, students and others.

Tags Fórum   Tecnologias  

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