Geospatial Networking at its Finest

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Geospatial Networking at its Finest

Monday 10 July 2023, Esri Eastern Africa, the region’s leading geospatial solutions provider, set the stage for an unforgettable experience as it hosted an exclusive Esri User Conference watch party. The event took place at the prestigious Cinemax VIP room in Sarit Center, Nairobi, where participants, including users, partners, and staff gathered to engage with the latest advancements in geospatial technology.

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The Esri User Conference is an annual global gathering organized by Esri, the pioneer in geographic information system (GIS) technology, to share innovative solutions, cutting-edge developments, and best practices in the geospatial industry.

With the primary conference taking place in California, USA, attendees in Eastern Africa could participate virtually and gain insights into the latest trends and innovations through live streams. Esri Eastern Africa took the initiative to organize the watch party to facilitate knowledge exchange, and networking among local geospatial professionals who share a passion for Esri’s GIS solutions.

The Cinemax VIP room at Sarit Center provided an upscale and immersive setting for the watch party. Attendees were treated to a state-of-the-art audiovisual experience, with giant LED screen displaying the conference content in real-time. The room also offered comfortable seating, and participants were welcomed with refreshments to ensure a delightful and engaging experience.

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The event concluded with a networking session, where attendees had the chance to forge new connections, exchange ideas, and explore potential collaborations within the geospatial community of Eastern Africa.

By bringing together GIS enthusiasts and industry leaders, the event undoubtedly strengthened the geospatial ecosystem in the region and set the stage for even greater advancements in the future.

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