JOHANNESBURG: The conference boasts several break-away sessions for partners and participants, as well as two main panel discussions.
Last year’s inaugural virtual BCX Xcite20 Conference broke new ground with its platform, interaction, exhibition areas and engagement. This year Xcite is back on Wednesday 25 August, still virtual and focusing on ‘Creating Possibilities’.
“Our industry is hard at work already. We know what needs to happen, what we need to do and what needs to be invested in as the country rebuilds after a devastating 18 months,” says Mandisa Ntloko-Petersen, CMO of BCX.
“But that doesn’t mean we can’t lift our head a little out the operational space and do some forward gazing, some thought triggering, and some inspiring collaborative thinking. Because rebuilding also allows us to rebuild better,” she said.
The future-gazing conference packs a punch with the Keynote address to be delivered by Brice Whitfield and five partner break-away panel discussions.
The five-partner break-away sessions include topics such as:
- CONNECTIVITY RE-INVENTED – Transform the way people and businesses dynamically connect & collaborate
- CLOUD PLATFORMS – Secure universal access to infrastructure, platforms, and applications
- 360 DEGREE SECURITY – Proactively protect the integrity of your digital reality (HW, SW, identity, information
- PROGRESSIVE INNOVATION – Reinvent and innovate products, services and experiences with speed, scale & agility.
- REDIFINING WORKSPACES – Enabling the workforce and work experience with enhanced collaboration and productivity
Ntloko-Petersen is clear on her vision for Xcite, “I want this to be a place where you recharge intellectually, enrich your ICT knowledge, business acumen and a place where insights will trigger possibilities.”
BCX Xcite 2021 is a virtual interactive event experience that boasts life-like sponsor displays from global technology leaders, and live networking and interaction with other delegates in the virtual social lounge all in a touch of a button. The conference boasts several break-away sessions for partners and participants, as well as two main panel discussions.
“We must forge forward and create possibilities,” says Ntloko-Petersen, “And shine a light on tech trends here, in Africa and globally. We look forward to you joining us.”
To register for the BCX Xcite 2021 click here