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Future Energy - East Africa
Location : Uganda

Date : 13-14 September 2017
Place : Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Kampala, Uganda

Spintelligent provides world class trade exhibitions & conferences, industry publications and multimedia resources, as well as business training programmes to help you expand your operations and achieve your business ambitions. With more than 18 years’ experience running conferences and exhibitions in the East African utility sector, the power & water portfolio is the largest and longest running portfolio at Spintelligent. It features our flagship event, African Utility Week and is supplemented by key industry publications ESI Africa and Metering & Smart Energy International, produced in-house by the Spintelligent’s Print & Digital Media department, and Spintelligent Training Academy.

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Nigeria Mining Week - Abuja - October 2017
Location : Nigeria

With over 300 people registered for the iPAD Nigeria Mining and Quarrying Forum, the organisers of this prestigious event would like to thank all sponsors, exhibitors, delegates and visitors for being involved and making this year’s event a resounding success
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Future Energy - Central Africa - Regional Conference
Location : Cameroon

Date : 02 - 03 October 2017
Place : Yaounde, Cameroon

Formerly iPAD Cameroon - Future Energy Africa’s goal is to become the regional platform for power and utility development, welcoming private developers, IPPs, and investors within the region, to facilitate regional grid extension, pricing and infrastructure development

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Cairo International Film Festival
Location : Egypt

Date : 21 - 30 November 2017
Location : Cairo, Egypt

Cairo’s other mega-scale event is also the Arab world’s oldest for international film, already in its 36th year and counting. Inaugurated during Egypt’s golden age of cinema, it has continued to support and promote Arab and international film-making, with a Human Rights Competition, African Cinema, Tolerance & Intolerance films, tributes and more. The Cairo International Film Festival brings to its audience a wide spectrum of cinematic choice that offers a break from the general regime of local and Hollywood films. Though the festival was cancelled during 2011’s Egyptian Revolution, it is now back.

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