Applications for the 11th edition of the Ghana Information Technology & Telecom Awards (GITTA 2021) have been opened.
In its 11th year, the Ghana Information Technology & Telecom Awards, which have been the Oscars of Ghana’s ICT industry for over a decade, will once again celebrate and showcase disruption, innovation and cutting-edge technologies. in the ecosystem.
The awards will recognize digitization in all sectors, including the public sector, banking, telecommunications, ICT, manufacturing, agriculture, health and all other actors involved in digitization.
This year’s edition of the prestigious awards is scheduled for October of this year.
GITTA was established as a strategic platform to recognize, reward and showcase pioneering ICT initiatives, stimulating innovation in Ghana’s private and public sectors, with the aim of setting a benchmark for the wave of sub-development. -regions in the field of ICT.
InstinctWave CEO Akin Naphtal expressed his enthusiasm for the 11th edition of the awards program, describing it as a catalyst for innovation and digitization across the African continent as a whole.
“We cannot underestimate the role of technology and digitization and its importance for national development and the development of the entire African continent. “
“We will seek organizations at the forefront of innovation, disruption and cutting edge technologies that are constantly transforming the lives of Ghanaians and Africans today,” he argued.
GITTA will shine the spotlight on those working in the information technology industry and the innovators who have worked tirelessly to deliver top-notch technological innovations that ultimately result in incredible success for their clients.
He added that his company is confident that the awards will inspire a new generation of sparks, technological disruption and general growth in the tech space in Ghana and the continent as a whole.
It promises to be an evening of great entertainment, great food and networking not to be missed by industry players and stakeholders; especially at a time when technology has played a major role in navigating the world through the hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Registration is open to all organizations and bodies in the information technology space across Africa.