05_1280x641_withbuttonBusiness Connexion is hosting its inaugural technology expo called My World of Tomorrow. But it’s more than just an expo – it’s for businesses and consumers to attend, where the focus will be on innovation.

BCX says “MyWorld of Tomorrow is more than an event, it’s a movement, a calling card to a community of innovative thinkers and doers and a platform from which Africa’s next global technological offering may arise.”

The three day event will run from 16-18 October at the Sandton Convention Centre and will feature 5 main zones:

CONFERENCE ZONE
This is where our future stories begin. It is a space for learning and sharing ideas of tomorrow.
LAUNCH AND DEMONSTRATION ZONE
A unique venue for the launch and demonstration of new products, this zone will accommodate for a strong media presence.
EXPO ZONE
Designed to showcase solutions by the leading technology companies, this zone is targeted at a diverse audience of businesses, government and consumers.
EXPERIENCE ZONE
Dynamic spaces will allow visitors to experience the technology of tomorrow in a fun and interactive way.
CONNEXION ZONE
These collaborative spaces will allow event delegates to connect, interact and share their experiences.

MWOT

Some of the major consumer technology brands at MWOT include Canon, Microsoft, Telkom, Microsoft Gaming, Nissan, and a house of the future, car of the future, retail store of the future, etc.

The event will also feature keynote and track speakers – click here for a full list.

You can also take a look at the My World of Tomorrow Blog, which I am also contributing to – http://www.mwotafrica.com/blog/

WIN

I’m giving away 5x double tickets to the exhibition on a day/date of your choice, either 16/17/18 October. All you have to do to win is let me know you which date you’d like to attend in the comments below. Winners will be notified on Wednesday afternoon, 15 October by 5pm.

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