The World Out of Home Organization's first Africa Forum, to be held virtually on Thursday February 3, will provide the most in-depth focus to date on the Africa Out of Home market and its place in the global industry.
The Forum is the third in WOO"s World Tour which began in Europe then visited Asia and culminates after Africa with WOO's in-person Global Congress in Toronto from May 25-27.
The Africa Forum has an extensive line-up of speakers from Africa and outside, covering all aspects of the Africa OOH industry and its place in the wider media market.
The keynote is an interview between Omnicom Media Group’s head of Africa, Celia Collins and WOO President Tom Goddard. This will be followed by Jacques Du Preez founder of Provantage Media who will give an overview on the market in Africa.
There will be a panel on Audience Measurement with Gurooh's Gideon Adey, Trish Guilford from the Out of Home Measurement Council (OMC) in South Africa and Jorja Wilkins of Primedia Outdoor. This will be followed by Pikasso founder Antonio Vincenti on standardisation of formats in OOH and how they can drive business for all.
Jennifer Daniel, Vice President Partnerships at Telmar, will lead a panel including Maria Truter, Managing Partner of Ogilvy Kenya and Zambia; Merlene Farquhar, Senior OOH specialist at GroupM and Carine Hattejee, Managing Partner at Simply Black Media. They will review the current state of the industry in Africa and its prospects going forward.
Maarten Dollevoet Chief Revenue Officer at Broadsign, Francesca Vincenti, Head of Programmatic at Pikasso and Remi Du Preez, Commercial Director Tractor Outdoor will examine breakthrough progress in Automation and Programmatic in the African market.
WOO President Tom Goddard says: "The Africa Forum is a true highlight of the WOO World Tour. We have been overwhelmed by the support we've received from all parts of the industry and the immense enthusiasm for the medium in this great continent.
"Out of Home is recovering strongly worldwide from the effects of the pandemic, although, sadly, some are still with us. The Africa Forum will be a rallying cry for the industry here and a true indication that OOH in Africa is now playing an important role on the world stage."
Further Speakers will be announced early next week.
This WOO event is free to any employee of our members, but non-members will also be able to register for €150 Euros.
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