Register to Attend the TekNexus Africa Tech Summit 2024

TekNexus Africa, a hub for mentoring tech talent founded by Glory Olamigoke, has recently announced the inaugural TekNexus Africa Tech Summit. This summit, which is scheduled to take place on June 21-22, 2024, aims to drive the growth of the tech economy in Africa.

The event will bring together prominent tech founders, builders, leaders, and professionals from all corners of the African continent. Over the course of two days, attendees can expect to engage in keynote speeches and panel discussions that are specifically focused on propelling the growth of Africa’s tech economy.

Speakers – TekNexus Africa Tech Summit

Featuring a lineup of eight esteemed speakers, including Eyitayo Ogunmola (CEO of Utiva), Bisola Alabi (from Heels & Tech), Oluchi Enebeli (representing Web3 Ladies), Favour Martins-leye, Beersheba Alogbo, Emmanuel Yirenkyi, Gbemisola Abijo, and Iyanu Durotola, the summit promises to facilitate meaningful conversations among Africans, with a strong emphasis on Africa’s tech potential and growth.

Theme – TekNexus Africa Tech Summit

Under the theme of ‘Building Africa’s Tech Future: Skills, Talent, and Venture,’ this event aims to explore how we can collectively shape Africa’s tech landscape in terms of skills, talent, and entrepreneurial endeavors. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain valuable insights, learn how to leverage their skills for the benefit of Africa, develop innovative solutions to address the continent’s challenges, accelerate their career growth in the tech industry, establish globally successful businesses originating from Africa, and expand their impact, income, and influence within the tech sector.

Aim of the TekNexus Africa Tech Summit

Glory Olamigoke emphasized the belief that nurturing tech talents can unlock solutions to Africa’s greatest challenges. The summit organized by TekNexus Africa aims to inspire and equip tech professionals to drive positive change and foster growth within Africa’s tech ecosystem. This aligns with the United Nations’ recognition of Africa’s young population, with 70% of sub-Saharan Africa being under the age of 30.

Additionally, a report by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) predicts that by 2030, approximately 230 million jobs in Sub-Saharan Africa will require some level of digital skills. These statistics highlight the immense potential for digital and tech skill development among young individuals in Africa.

TekNexus Africa is actively leading the revolution in this field by providing mentorship and support through its carefully curated programs and initiatives, which are also in line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 8. To Register follow this link

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