NexTech Africa: The meeting place for the continent’s ICT leaders

Eric Ky

One of the biggest Tech events in Africa that will mark this year 2017 will be the NexTech Africa conference to be held on February 2-3, 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya.

Organized by Microsoft and with the theme ‘Building for Africa‘, this event will be an opportunity to address various questions on the design of a technology that could better help African inventors, the establishment, by companies, of a data culture that would ensure success and what this can mean for African innovations so that they are globally relevant.

For Kunle Awosika, Country Manager of Microsoft Kenya, African entrepreneurs aim to solve the many problems that businesses face and market challenges.

Thus, “developers have a key role in creating solutions adapted to African realities, ranging from the health sector to fintech. “

The boss of Microsoft in Kenya strongly believes that technologies facilitate access to essential services and boost productivity.

“Our goal through this conference is to bring together the various players in the sector in order to be able to offer innovators the appropriate tools and infrastructures so that they can fully devote themselves to the development of technological solutions”, explains Mr. Kunle Awosika.

For Amrote Abdella, Regional Director of Microsoft 4Afrika, through the initiative that 4Afrika, Microsoft contributes enormously to the development of new technologies in Africa.

In fact, such steps will not only see how mobile and cloud technology are accelerating growth in the continent, but also allow the full extent of designer involvement in technological advancement to be taken. overall.

“NexTech Africa is an opportunity to accelerate the use of products and services designed to meet African realities. It’s also an opportunity to put the spotlight on world-class solutions designed in Africa and ready to be marketed internationally, ”adds Microsoft Regional Director 4Afrika.

It is the meeting place for technology and business leaders, Microsoft engineers, local developers and entrepreneurs. This allows them to discuss collaborative opportunities for the emergence of technology adapted to the local context.

To participate, register on www.nextechafrica.net. Otherwise you will have the possibility to follow the conference on the site or on Ch9.ms. The event will also be relayed on Twitter with the hashtag #NXTA.

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