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BYTES ’21 LIVE – Africa

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20 – 21 May 2021

In the wake of incredible disruption, $68 billion revenue of growth (up 28% every year until 2025) is expected from the Big Data Analytics market in the Middle East and Africa. It is increasingly transforming how businesses and local governments operate in Africa. Whether to improve the accuracy of flood models and risk forecasting in Malawi or to offer custom-made services by insurance giants to their customers, big data help every organisation navigate through the noise and make the right decisions.

Tradepass is excited to bring you Big Data and Analytics initiative in an interactive and engaging way at Bytes ’21: Africa hosted virtually on 20-21 April 2021, enabling 1500+ attendees to still learn, engage, interact, and get inspired with 30+ visionary leaders who have unique perspectives on business and technology.

Bytes ’21 offers content and opportunities for every member of the data and analytics team — from technical to senior-level and C-suite executives – to gain the skills to build and execute a top-notch strategy.

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