Come February 2020, the third annual Africa Tech Summit will hold in Kigali, Rwanda.
The summit would gather startups and investors from the world to discuss technological insights and foster collaboration.
Slated to take place between 4-6 of February at the Kigali Convention Centre, more than 600 participants are set for the Africa Tech Summit Kigali.
There would be a round of talks and panel discussions involving tech leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, trade bodies and leading ventures.
Andrew Fassnidge, Founder said, “We are excited to be returning to Rwanda for the third edition of Africa Tech Summit Kigali, as the summit continues to expand and attract industry leaders from across the continent. Following ATS London and Shanghai, which we hosted earlier this year, we are excited to connect these global delegations and investors with African ventures and business opportunities at our this our flagship Kigali summit,”
The 2020 edition would feature three summits in all; The Startup Summit, the Money & Blockchain Summit and the Future Summit.
Formal discussion around these summits would be centered on startups, blockchain, innovation, fintech, cloud and IoT, artificial intelligence, mobility, e-commerce, connectivity, agri-tech, e-health, and e-tech.
The Start-up summit will be powered through Disrupt Africa by bringing together hubs and investors as well as featuring a live pitch competition.
The Money & Blockchain Summit was borne out of the sudden growth of blockchain technology while the future summit is set to provide insights from an emerging technology with opportunities across the African digital landscape.
Interested in participating at the Africa tech summit in Kigali, registration is now open here.
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