Digital Future Conference Kicks Off Tomorrow

The Zimbabwe Digital Conference organised by TechZim and TBWA returns tomorrow after a year’s absence at Cresta Sango Lodge, Harare. The event ends on Friday.

Themed “Digitise, Monetise, Realise”, the event seeks to address the marketing and public relations challenges presented by growing digital advancements globally.

Under Digital Future 2017, speakers who have leveraged the power of the digital space will address key considerations as pertaining to various sectors.

Attendees who part ways with $300 for the two day event will have key take-aways that should help them grow, retain and monetise their online audiences.

Moto republik co-founder Sam Monro

“Participants in the conference will also learn how to sharpen online search engine optimisation (SEO) practices, tracking the performance of online activities whilst also understanding the critical elements of online reputation management. Critical digital arenas such as e-commerce and mobile marketing will also be addressed, helping the audience to grasp how to maximise digital return on investment,” said Techzim.

Analytical lead lead Tumi Chaka, Mnet’s Marketing executive for East and Southern African channels Sonia Sengupta and Magna Carta Business unit head Kalay Maistry will be the key note speakers for this event.

Other speakers as listed on the digital conference website include Zimbabwe’s Afrobeat queen Ammara Brown, local digital marketing guru Tinashe Nyaruwanga, Bustop TV boss Lucky Aaroni, Executive Producer and mastermind behind Battle of the Chefs  Joseph Bunga, Executive Producer at one of Zimpapers’ TV projects, Zimpapers TV Network (ZTN) Nico Abote, Zimbabwe’s youngest undergraduate Maud Chifamba, Aayah’s Playcentre Marketing Director and Chief Operations Officer Ellen Vanessa Chironga, and Moto Republik’s co-founder Sam Monroe aka Comrade Fatso.

The first edition of Digital Conference in 2015 had a large following as it was graced by digital marketing and communication thought leaders from across Africa providing training and insights to local practitioners.

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