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The Africa Tech Summit (ATS) to hold its 10th edition virtually


The 10th edition of the Africa Tech Summit (ATS) kicks off in Kigali, Rwanda connecting the global audience from the 20-22nd of September. The event is accessible virtually through mobile apps and desktops, eliminating the need for face masks.

Successful annual summits held in Washington DC, London, Kigali, and Shanghai prove the event’s ability to draw in investments, global business players, corporates, tech leaders, startup co-founders, and other important decision-makers.

The Africa Tech Summit should not be equated to a webinar and it aims to maximize every delegates’ time through AI-powered smart match-making, live one-on-one video meeting rooms, and the opportunity to link new customers, investors, products, and innovators into a diverse yet comprehensive business marketplace.

The showcase of informative content accompanied by the  latest developments in regulation policy, fintech, startups, payments and credit, Agritech, edtech, as well as insights shared from the London Stock Exchange, EchoVC, BlueMoon Ethiopia, IFC, Twiga Foods, Kenya Capital Markets Authority, Coca Cola, Stanbic, and a lot more.

In a statement,  Andrew Fassnidge, the Founder of Africa Tech Summit details how, “COVID-19 has driven dramatic change across the world, and technology and innovation has become the biggest enabler for this new world, even more so across Africa. We have witnessed the collapse of some business models, new innovative pivots, and the rapid growth and adoption of online sectors. Africa Tech Summit Connects will unpack the latest insights, showcase leading businesses and investment deals from across the African tech ecosystem, while also connecting a global audience.”

The Africa Tech Summit is powered by Disrupt Africa. You can attend or participate by registering here.


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