Kenya readies to host Africa Tech Summit 2022
The 4 edition of the Africa Tech Summit is scheduled for 23-24 February 2022, offering a platform for stakeholders within the continent’s tech ecosystem to engage.
The 2022 edition will host three tracks - the Money and DeFi Summit, Africa Start-up Summit and the Africa Mobile Summit.
Organisers state that with the exponential growth of FinTech and use of cryptocurrencies across the continent, the Money and DeFi Summit supported by Celo and VerifyMe will feature African Fintech leaders, platforms and thought-leaders as they deep-dive on the opportunities in FinTech, Crypto and Decentralised Finance (DeFi) on the Continent.
As funding into African tech start-ups rapidly grew to US$4.27-billion in 2021 the Africa Startup Summit continues to showcase the rapidly moving start-up ecosystem, unpacking key trends and insights for 2022 with leading investors, corporates and start-ups showcasing investment opportunities.
Organisers have released a statement and add that the Africa Mobile Summit, supported by Gebeya, will deliver a cross-sectional view of new technologies, solutions, and growth opportunities across the vast mobile and digital landscape.
“With keynotes, panels and breakout sessions from tech giants, MNO’s, OEM’s, regulators, mobile industry leaders, innovators and corporates join the Africa Mobile Summit to hear inspiring and revolutionary insights on the future of the mobile with a focus on MarTech, Gaming, Content, Connectivity, Cyber-security, HealthTech, Agtech and Apps,” reads part of the statement.
Andrew Fassnidge, Founder of Africa Tech Summit (ATS) said, “We are delighted to be back in person for the fourth edition of Africa Tech Summit, live in Nairobi. ATS is synonymous for connecting industry leaders and driving business and investment forward, and we are excited to expand the Summit in Kenya, with support from our partners across Africa”.
The event is expected to connect over 500 tech leaders over two days from across the African tech ecosystem.