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Request For Proposal Submission

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AfICTA – Africa Information and Communication Technologies Alliance is desirous to license the hosting of its annual Summits to its members in good standing as part of its strategic implementation plan for the realization of its vision and mission.

This Request for Proposal covering 2017 till 2020 is therefore the instrument for members to express their willingness, capacity and capability to host this important Summit.

The RFP outlines AfICTA expectations from potential hosts, which include information on Concept Note, Budget, Marketing/Media Plan, Schedule of Events, Roles and Responsibility, Specific Host Benefits, Arrangement for Visas, Venue and Meeting Rooms, Medical Support, Partnership, and sporting/social/cultural activities among others.

The RFP also outlines what the potential host is to expect from AfICTA. This includes identifying and inviting foreign delegates, hosting the event website on its platform including the registration page (host shall have access to real-time registration output), vetting Summit advert material designs, mobilizing international sponsors for the event beyond the scope of the host and sharing a list of potential sponsors and other activities which would be subject to mutual agreement. It as such implies that each potential host should plan well in advance to effectively bid, prepare and host the Summit.

While a token commitment fee of US$500 must be paid by a successful bidder within 30 days of acceptance as host, net revenue from the Summit will be shared at the ratio of 45:55 in favor of the host.

For details on the requirements as a bidder, kindly read more here.

A completed bid should be transmitted electronically at least eight (8) months before the proposed Summit date to

The Chairman

Africa ICT Alliance

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