Indo – Africa ICT Expo 2016 (in conjunction with IT & Telecom Expo)
Registration for Media (1st – 3rd September, 2016 (3rd September exclusively for B2B Meet)) . KICC – Nairobi, Kenya.
Complimentary INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 media registration is intended for ICT/Business & Economy communicators. Print and broadcast reporters, freelance reporters and established bloggers with appropriate credentials may attend the INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 for the purpose of editorial coverage via complimentary media passes. To be considered, applicants must cover IT/ Telecom/ ICT/ Business & Economy news and features.
Print and broadcast reporters are required to register using the media registration form and must present media identification. Accepted credentials include:
- An internationally accredited media pass or a business card issued by a recognized news organization.
- A recent bylined article or broadcast credit.
- A current publicly-available masthead or staff list from a recognized news organization.
Freelance reporters are required to register using the media registration form and must submit an official letter of assignment from an accredited news organization.
Bloggers requesting media passes are required to register using the media registration form and must demonstrate previous and unbiased coverage of the IT/ Telecom/ ICT/ Business & Economy, as well as a sizeable and/or significant public or professional following. Bloggers must submit a letter including their blog address, audience reach and a statement of purpose regarding attendance at the Regional Forum. Corporate-owned and/or sponsored blogs are not eligible, nor are those that accept payment in exchange for the review of products or services.
Registered media are required to check in at the registration desk upon arrival and to wear their INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 media badges at all times while onsite at the Event. All conference sessions, presentation sessions, demo sessions and the exhibit are open to the media. Still photography, video and/or audio taping of the sessions, presentations at the INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 is strictly prohibited (the Organizer reserves the right to engage professional photographers or audio/videotape professionals to archive sections of the meeting for the organizer’s use).
Television reporters interested in broadcasting or taping interviews or non-restricted material at the meeting should contact organizers at least one week in advance of the INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 to discuss their needs and necessary clearances.
All onsite interviews must be coordinated through the INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 media office (firstname.lastname@example.org). Media are encouraged to request interviews with INDO-AFRICA ICT EXPO 2016 leadership, meeting speakers and other meeting participants at least one week in advance to allow for scheduling. Interview space will be made available.