Africa Tech Summit in Rwanda - Where African Tech Connects

Africa Tech Summit provides unrivaled insight, networking and business opportunities for African and international tech leaders and investors who want to do business in Africa.

Over 80 expert speakers from across the continent were added for the third pan-African event at the Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda on February 5th and 6th 2020.

The Summit connected over 600 African corporates, start-ups, international investors and international delegations sharing insights from industry leaders including; Facebook, Microsoft, BRCK, Engie Africa, Partech Ventures, Ecobank, Paystack, Flutterwave, Carbon, Tala, GE Africa, Helios Investments, Dubai Chamber of Commerce, Yego, Bolt, Safaricom, Coca-Cola, Unilever, IFC, Stanbic, Airtel, Decred, EchoVC, Binance, Decred, Airtel, Enable Digital, ABAN, RTB House, CMU, Twiga Foods, London Stock Exchange and many more.

The three-day tech summit featured The Future Summit, The Money & Blockchain Summit and The Africa Start-up Summit. Each explored the latest trends, connect 600+ digital leaders, tech corporates, MNO’s, banks, investors, regulators, start-ups, creatives media, and leading tech ventures from across Africa over an action-packed three days of insight, networking, and entertainment.

There were three tracks aimed to drive interaction and a future line of sight on Fintech; Investing: Startups; Artificial Intelligence (AI); Blockchain; Payments and Credit; Crypto; Regulation and Policy; Mobile Money; Mobility; Cloud and IoT; Connectivity; Mobile and Content; Tech & Talent; mCommerce; EdTech; AgriTech; Digital Media and Future Trends across the continent.

The Future Summit provided expert insights for emerging technologies, solutions and opportunities across the African mobile, digital and tech landscapes, while the Africa Start-up Summit connected investors and ventures through curated sessions, pitching sessions and deal rooms. Finally, the Money and Blockchain Summit delivered discussion and networking with fintech leaders, mobile operators, banks and blockchain innovators.

Following on from last year’s Africa Tech Summit which connected more than 500 decision-makers representing 345 companies from 45 countries, the 2020 edition hosted three tracks.

The event successfully connected digital leaders, tech corporates, MNO’s, banks, start-ups, investors, regulators, and leading tech ventures from across Africa who made themselves available over an action-packed three days of knowledge sharing, quality networking, and entertainment in Kigali.

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