Symposium & Exhibition
Inspire | Drive | Innovate | Regain
Sponsorship and Exhibition
Why our ZSSC Initiative?
Working with all networks
Creating succesful e-solutions from the participating regions, supported by academics and with the involvement of central governments
Creating the initiatives for smart sustainability
Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable cities, will raise the e-services bar by implementing similar e-services across the participating regions, thereby inspiring other regions and facilitating mainstreaming
Networking and creating net-worth
We create a strong network of research for researchers, investors & technological architects, as we aim to support the bringing of decision makers and good practice owners together in E-Government Academies and international seminars
Our Symposium & Exhibition
The Symposium and Exhibition will showcase the best of Zimbabwe’s in terms of smart sustainable cities. Bring key stakeholders together to discuss profitable opportunities for smart sustainable technologies in Zimbabwe. Find solutions to the challenges that for smart sustainable technologies
9 PILLARS TO MAP OUT ZIMBABWE’S JOURNEY TOWARD A SMART AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY
Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative is a social enterprise arm of Regain 37 (Pvt) Ltd is
Zimbabwean registered company, founded in 2016 being spear headed by a group of young and
patriotic Zimbabweans working international partners, both locally based and those based in the
diaspora, with the desire to make their contribution to the economic revival of Zimbabwe. With
presence in Zimbabwe, Dubai- UAE, UK, and The US.
About Smart Cities Initiative
The Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative was launched in consultation with the Government of Zimbabwe, its ministries, local and international businesses, the diplomatic corps, strategic partners, local institutions and the extended Zimbabwean and diaspora communities.
Its stated purpose: To unpack the operationalisation and implementation of the National ICT Policy towards achieving a Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable Cities Roadmap.
Speakers at the event were Harare Metropolitan Minister Honourable Miriam Chikukwa, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe General manager Partnerships Dr Andrew Nyambayo, Internet Society Trust Executive Director Reuben Gwatidzo, Huawei Zimbabwe Public Relations Head Lightman Lai, Mango Executive Director Jim Holland, Life Coach and Author Father Fidelis Mukonori SJ and Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative Founder-cum-Regain 37 Chief Executive Officer Tawanda Jonathan Mushawedu.