Associate your organization with the future of Africa! Join us at the 3rd Africa Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF) in Johannesburg, South Africa 22-24 August 2012.
The forum is planned as a non-profit event and the Internet Society invites international and regional sponsorship and support to help convene the event.
AfPIF has already established itself as a key event for doing business in Africa. This will be further enhanced in 2012 with greater opportunities for business networking, more opportunities for ‘peering dating game’ (where businesses have the opportunity for a 5 minute ‘pitch’) and chances for exhibitions. The Internet Society will be engaging with existing and new partners in South Africa to ensure excellent representation from the country and the continent.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, view the AfPIF Sponsorship Brochure or contact Graham Minton, Director of Business Development at the Internet Society. Tel: +41 22 809 0360; e-mail: email@example.com
AfPF3 offers a unique opportunity to build business and profile within Africa. To that end a number of opportunities exist to sponsor the event:
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