We receive many requests for TECHSPO Cape Town 2022 press passes and unfortunately due to limited space are unable to accommodate everyone. Please fill out the form stated below, all required fields must be completed in order for your press registration to be processed. You will be contacted if you are accepted. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Please review the requirements stated below for print/newswire journalists, freelance reporters, online reporters, broadcast journalists, and analysts.
Please note: Marketing/advertising, sales, art directors, managers, publishers, and other non-editorial professionals of media organizations are NOT eligible for TECHSPO Cape Town 2022 press passes and should proceed to the Attendee Registration page.
An industry-related article from your publication written by you and published within the last six months.
We expect that freelance writers who apply for a press pass are attending on behalf of at least one publication. Freelance writers from unqualified media outlets (as determined by DigiMarCon) are not eligible for press credentials. Additionally, freelancers who do not provide the required documentation as outlined below WILL NOT be approved by press pass.
Online news sites must be established and updated regularly (at least once per week) with original and current industry news. Press passes for individuals who write industry-related personal or corporate blogs will be considered by the DigiMarCon 2016 team, and approval will be given on a case-by-case basis.
A letter from a producer/editor stating that you are on assignment to cover DigiMarCon Conference.
Analysts must hold an analyst title from a recognized research firm or financial institution. DigiMarCon reserves the right to approve no more than one analyst per firm for a press pass.
Email supplemental information to:
Aaron Polmeer – aaron[at]techspocapetown.co.za (replace at with @)