Networking is one of the most important skills in business. It usually involves meeting new people within your industry to share ideas and offer immense value to one another.
Networking has proven invaluable in the African tech sector, especially for fostering partnerships and investment.
We spoke to some African tech leaders to ask, how important is networking in business, especially in the African tech sector? Find out what they had to say.
What is the African dream? This is the question on our hearts, the hearts of the true African child. At AfriTech XYZ, we have a dream - raising awareness of the developments in the African tech space to millions of people across the world.
What is your dream for Africa? We went ahead and asked some of our favourite African tech founders this question. Here’s what they had to say.
In this month’s episode, our host, Tosin Omowole spoke to Tunji Andrews, Co-Founder at Awabah, a digital pension platform for self-employed Africans. Tunji Andrews is an economist, financial inclusion advocate and creative entrepreneur, whose current and future activities are geared towards actively advancing financial inclusion in Nigeria and Africa.
African tech in 2021 reached great heights, unseen before within the industry. We reached out to a few tech leads across Africa’s ecosystem to ask them what their thoughts were on 2021, as well as their predictions for the ecosystem in 2022