Africa Tech Festival Celebrates 25 Years

The world’s most powerful Africa-centered telecoms and tech event celebrates 25 years of interfacing Africa’s innovation and enterprise ecosystems to fabricate a more productive, comprehensive digital continent

Main events include Funke Opeke, CEO at MainOne, Nika Naghavi, Executive Director of MFS, Kuseni Dlamini, Chairman of Massmart, and Dr. Olufunso Somorin, Regional Principal Officer – Climate Change and Green Growth Program, African Development Bank.

The world’s biggest Africa-centered innovation and media communications occasion turns 25 this year and is set to get back to Cape Town, South Africa in November following a 2-year digital break. Africa Tech Festival, home of AfricaCom, will invite exhibitors, representatives, and strategy creators from everywhere in the world from 7 – 11 November 2022, to keep molding the mainland’s computerized change and progress.

The occasion has made considerable progress from its starting points as a simply broadcast communications occasion. In 2019, AfricaCom invited the AfricaTech field before 2020 turning into the Africa Tech Festival to consolidate AfricaCom, AfricaTech, and a progression of partnered meetings – all under one umbrella upgraded with celebration energy. In 2022, telecommunication, still a center of the occasion, has expanded to incorporate the full range of technology that is making an associated life across Africa and all over the planet, a reality.

Of what’s in store a fourth of 100 years on, James Williams, Director, Events | Connecting Africa | Informa Tech, shares that: “As we know, COVID-19, sparked a rapid adoption of technology and telecommunications across the world, with digital transformation and inclusivity across Africa being no exception.

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We are excited to be back in person this year, as are our exhibitors and speakers who look to continue the advancement of the African continent as a connected digital powerhouse. The agendas for AfricaCom and AfricaTech thus reflect the optimism and opportunity that a connected continent can bring not only to its inhabitants but the world at large.”

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Africa Tech Festival has gained notoriety for working with business, arrangements, and a variety of formative progressions, as well as drawing in key leaders. Underlining this, and the perception to be back on the ground, Williams affirms that more than 70% of the display space during the current year’s occasion has previously been sold out. This builds up the interest of members in returning to up close and personal engagement as well as the proceed with the significance and impact of this occasion.

Prominent people due to talk at the current year’s gathering incorporate, Funke Opeke, CEO at MainOne, Nika Naghavi, Executive Director of MFS, Kuseni Dlamini, Chairman of Massmart and Dr Olufunso Somorin, Regional Principal Officer – Climate Change and Green Growth Program, African Development Bank.

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