Fintech Raenest Sponsors Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi


Innovative Nigerian fintech Raenest has partnered with the Africa Tech Summit Nairobi as the headline sponsor for the 2024 event. Raenest will help promote African tech ecosystem growth, creativity and collaboration at the summit.

The 6th Africa Tech Summit Nairobi, powered by Raenest, will occur February 14-15, 2024, at the Sarit Centre Expo in Nairobi. Over 1,000 leaders, investors and entrepreneurs across Africa’s digital landscape will attend the two-day event.

Raenest has been a leader in facilitating global business for African companies and remote workers. Its digital platform, Geegpay, helps ambitious Africans open virtual USD, GBP and EUR bank accounts and receive international payments.

“We’re thrilled to sponsor next year’s Africa Tech Summit, which showcases African innovation,” said Raenest CEO Victor Alde. “Our mission at Raenest is to drive growth. By simplifying worldwide payments and billing, we help African businesses and freelancers capitalise on global opportunities. We’re excited to join this journey.”

The 2024 summit will feature dedicated tracks on fintech, climate tech investment, startups and mobile apps. The agenda includes fireside chats, panels, presentations and masterclasses for knowledge sharing and networking. The prior summit drew over 1,300 attendees and 729 companies from 59 countries.

“We’re delighted to have Raenest as our headline partner in 2024,” said summit founder Andrew Fassnidge. “At ATS, we’ve always sought to connect and build tech ventures across Africa. We look forward to teaming up with Raenest, which empowers businesses to expand their global financial operations to pursue this goal.”

As Africa’s premier tech event, the summit fosters tech investment and business by convening leaders, investors, governments, media and top startups. By supporting the 2024 edition, Raenest can showcase how it helps African companies navigate global commerce and finance.



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