The African Tech Summit to Be Held In February 2018


The Africa Tech Summit that is expected to take place on 14th to 15th February 2018 in Kigali Rwanda has received a boost after a partnership agreement with aKoma Media. aKoma Media will be responsible for the production of the Creative Track. The summit is expected to have leaders from all over Africa, with more than 50 speakers sharing important insights, creative and investment ecosystem, opportunities and trends from the African tech.

Storymakers, marketers, communicators and trailblazing creative will have an opportunity to graze the occasion with the tech leaders across Africa. The Creative Track will have the duty of briefly talking about alluring topics running from investing in the creative business, the rise of Africa’s digital superstar content creators and the coming up of brands into storytelling and entertainment companies. The inclusion of track is a confirmation of the importance of the content and storytelling sectors in guiding African future.

Andrew Fassnidge, the founder of Africa Tech Summit Kigali, said that they were pleased to have secured a working partnership with aKoma in the summit. The aim of the summit is not only meant to increase the opportunities and innovations that are being developed by technology in Africa but to also offer real context and live by adding the critical, creative ecosystem to the agenda. aKoma comes with the required creative energy to the program that will help advance the summit, and it was with pride to offer a platform for creators who are touring the lines between creative space and tech.

The partnership was seen as a great move for aKoma because creative entrepreneurs are very crucial in Africa according to Zain Verjee, the chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of aKoma.


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