African Investors And Tech Entrepreneurs Set To Connect In London

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African Investors And Tech Entrepreneurs Set To Connect In LondonAfrican Investors And Tech Entrepreneurs Set To Connect In London

The fourth annual African Tech summit is set to connect leading people in the tech industry together. It will also provide insights from some budding technology companies. Some of the companies include Moto, London Stock Exchange, African Women in Tech, GreenTec, Biance, Flutterwave and Lagos Angel Network.

The Africa Tech Summit in London will provide a future projection from across the continent in different sectors of the economy. It will also drive global connections. These sectors include Mobility and Logistics, Blockchain, Financial services, payments and lending, as well as the latest trends and innovations.

The event will take place on 11th June 2019 during the London Tech Week. They advise African tech ventures, who intend to showcase their products and services, to apply to the summit latest by 30th April 2019.

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The founder of the summit, Andrew Fassnidge, spoke about the Africa Tech Summit held in Kigali earlier in the year. The event connected over 500 delegates in Rwanda. Now, in London, they are expecting to welcome and connect more exciting tech ventures and investors.

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He added that this one, which is part of London Tech Week, will provide more exposure and opportunities that will drive business and investments both at home and abroad.

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