According to the organizing committee, more time is needed for international participants to make arrangements to attend the conference.

“December is a busy month. We observed that the original date [10th December] would make it impossible for some students and lecturers to come to the conference because it will be exam time for most Universities,” said Albert Mucunguzi, the Conference Chair.

“Some of our guest speakers will be traveling from different countries, and we feel they need more time to make travel arrangements,” he explained.

This announcement means more time will be available for those intending to make presentations at the conference to submit their papers.

AFRIEC 2011 is organized by PC Tech Magazine, in collaboration with PearlRichards Foundation, Ghana, and will bring together speakers and delegates from Makerere Univerisity (Uganda), University of Ghana Business School (Ghana), and University of Ibadan (Nigeria), among other institutions.

Important Dates:

• Submission Deadline – 15th  February 2011

• Notification of Acceptance – 25th  February 2011

• Conference Date – 4th March 2011

You can read more information about the conference on the website,


About PC Tech Magazine

PC Tech is a monthly technology magazine that focuses on features of personal and enterprise technology initiatives, product and software reviews and research on information communication technologies in Africa. The magazine, published by PC Tech Communications, Uganda, seeks to tell the African ICT story by documenting and presenting the use of information technologies (ICTs) by private and public institutions on the continent.

PC Tech Magazine is distributed in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Nigeria,and  Ghana. It is also sent to selected institutions in USA and UK.

About the Africa Internet and Mobile Entrepreneurs’ Conference

The Africa Internet and Mobile Entrepreneurs’ Conference 2011 seeks to showcase the innovative use of new media – internet and mobiles – by entrepreneurs to address the socio-economic and development challenges in Africa. Next year’s theme is “Rebuilding Africa through Internet Enterprises and mobile innovations.” The conference has three interrelated objectives, namely:

  • To offer participants an opportunity to share, discuss and learn from individual career experiences and profiles of African Internet and Mobile entrepreneurs.
  • To educate participants on how to use Internet and mobile resources and applications to support and promote their creative ventures.
  • To educate policy makers on how they can harness the potential of the Internet and Mobile innovations for youth empowerment and job creation.