Paul Otieno

Topic: Design Thinking for Digital Marketing

Paul the CEO at SilverBall Africa is a communication, advertising and marketing professional with many cumulative years of marketing experience in radio, advertising

Paul Otieno

Magunga Williams

Topic: Traversing the blogosphere: Dos and Don'ts 

Magunga Williams is a George of all trades, but a hopeful master of one; the trade of writing. He is a trained Lawyer and is intrigued by the power that words behold.

Magunga Williams

Dickson Mushabe

Topic: Web development. My success story.

Dickson Mushabe is the Co-founder and CEO of Hostalite Ltd. One of the leading Web Hosting, Design and Software Development Companies in Uganda, East Africa.

Dickson Mushabe

Solomon Mwangi

Topic: Drupal for eCommerce.

Mwangi has a first degree in Telecommunications and IT from Kenyatta University and a Masters degree in Communications from the University of Nairobi.

Solomon Mwangi

Paul Otieno

Topic: Mobile and Web

 

Julius is a senior Web developer at the Nation Media Group - Digital Division. He holds a B.Sc in Telecommunication and Information Technology.

Julius Bett

Terrence Monroe

Topic: Drupal 8. On the bleeding edge.

Benjamin is a Technology and enthusiast web architect currently working with Mountbatten Ltd as a Drupal Developer and Lead Drupal Trainer.

Benjamin Kiyita

Gituro Wainaina

Topic: Vision 2030 -The Web and Business.

Gituro Wainaina is a PhD holder in Agricultural Economics, Master in Business Administration, Bachelor of Education and Associate Professor in School of Business University of Nairobi.

Gituro Wainaina

Brian Wangila

Topic: WordPress: Revolution of the publishing industry.

Brian Wangila is a web developer with over 6 years experience developing and designing bespoke websites for local and international clients.

Brian Wangila

David Hurley

Topic: Building Powerful Community Networks.

David Hurley is is the Community Manager for Joomla!. He travels most weeks of the year to speak around the world on topics of tech, PHP and open source software.

David Hurley

Anthony Nandaa

Topic: The rise of Silicon Savannah

Anthony Nandaa (nicknamed 'Prof'), is a seasoned software developer. He is the Lead at C4D Labs & GDG Nairobi, Kenya

Anthony Nandaa

Ajibike Adeniyi

Topic: Cob.Webs of Income.

Adedayo is the founding partner at Daydah Concepts Ltd. She is a strong advocate for open source tools and solutions, especially Joomla!

Adedayo Ajibike

Eugene Nyawara

Topic: Webdesign: Making your clients say wow!.

Eugene is a self taught front-end developer and graduate designer from the renowned Kenyan design institution, Buruburu Institute of Fine Arts.

Eugene Nyawara

Mustansir Yaqub

Topic: Cloud storage Vs the Hard Drive.

Mustansir is the ITS Executive (CEWA) at IBM. He has extensive experience in leading complex cloud and data center design and deployment in Central East West Africa

Mustansir Yaqub

Josephine Wanjiru Mwangi

Topic: Engaging the Tax man -Doing your business legally

Josephine Wanjiru Mwangi is an advocate and Head of Conveyancing at Robert Githaiga Advocates.

Josephine Wanjiru

Job Thomas

Topic: From reaction to pro-action: Taking back the initiative in educating customers.

Job is the Training and Education manager at WooThemes. WooThemes is a leading WordPress theme and plugin provider with tons of free and commercial products.

Job Thomas

Danson Muchemi

Topic: Transacting Online: Safety & Security.

Danson Muchemi is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer, JamboPay an electronic payments services provider based Kenya. Danson has vast experience in electronic payments field.

Danson Muchemi

Sarah Watz

Topic: "Joomla! - Changing lives"

Sarah is the President of Open Source Matters (Joomla!) and has been on the OSM board since October 2012, She is also the co-founder and CEO of Pixpro

Sarah Watz

CMS Africa Summit 2015

The Web & Business

2nd Edition of the Summit.
13 - 14 March 2015.
Catholic University of East Africa.
Nairobi, Kenya.

About Us

CMS Africa is an organisation that seeks to support Open Source CMSes in Africa through engaging students, graduates and start up that deal open source CMS

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  +254 721 168 693
  +254 710 226 343
 Nairobi, Kenya