With less than three months to go until Africa Tech Summit in Kigali, the first 35 expert speakers from across the continent have been announced for the pan-African event at the Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda on February 13-15th, 2019.
The Summit will connect over 400 African corporates, start-ups, investors and creatives, sharing insights from industry leaders including; Safaricom, Econet Media Group, SAP, Uber, Gearbox, Kenyan Blockchain and AI Taskforce, CcHUB, AHL Ventures, Microtraction, iHUB, Imisi 3D, Gebeya, Kobo360, Ventures Platform and more announced.
Three tracks – The Future Summit, The Africa Start-up Summit and The Creative Summit will drive interaction and a future line of sight on Fintech; Artificial Intelligence (AI); Blockchain; Space; Payments and Credit; Mobility; Cloud and IoT; Connectivity; Investing; Mobile and Content; Tech & Talent; Future Trends; mCommerce; mHealth; EdTech; AgriTech; Drones; Virtual Reality (VR); Digital Media; Music; Film; Gaming. Panel discussion during Africa Tech Summit, Kigali
The Future Summit will provide expert insights of emerging technologies, solutions and opportunities across the African mobile, digital and tech landscapes, while the Africa Start-up Summit will connect investors and ventures through curated sessions, pitching sessions and deal rooms. Finally, creative innovators will deliver spirited discussion and inspirational thought leadership sessions in the Creative Summit.
The event will connect digital leaders, tech corporates, MNO’s, banks, start-ups, investors, regulators, creatives media and leading tech ventures from across Africa over an action-packed three days of knowledge sharing, quality networking and entertainment.
ABOUT AFRICA TECH SUMMIT KIGALI
Africa Tech Summit KIGALI (ATSKGL) is a leading African tech event providing insight and networking with the African tech ecosystem. ATSKGL brings together tech leaders, MNO’s, banks, international investors, entrepreneurs, governments, trade bodies, media and leading ventures to drive investment and business in African tech.