Spark is one of Africa’s leading technology companies, they are faithful stewards of the growth and developmental aspirations of Africans, be they clients or communities. Their business combines digital services and infrastructure prioritizing technological innovation, and venture capital, and encompasses accelerator hubs, creative agencies, and business consultancy.
The Africa Technology Expo holding in Abuja &convened by Nnaemeka Clinton, CEO of Spark Africa alongside the S.A on ICT &Innovation to the Enugu State Government, Engr. Elvis Nwankwo is the largest tech gathering and in this edition, ATE will be hosting over 3,000 tech enthusiasts, founders, a large pool of VCs and Angel investors, big tech giants, Innovative hubs, and over 50 exhibiting companies.
It will support the Nigerian Startup Act, promote gender inclusiveness and innovation, and encourage local ideas and investments by Africans for Africans. They are especially shining the light on local African innovative ventures and promoting collaboration within the Ecosystem. Spark also intend to bridge any knowledge gaps that might exist by bringing in Giants (Likes of Tomi Davis, US Consulate General, Obi Cubana, VFD group, Mastercard Foundation, UnlockAid, etc) with well over 10 years of verifiable success in their respective industries to invest in, inspire and empower them for the global market.
The 2023 EDITION of the ATE uniquely focuses solely on promoting local content only, our indigenous startups coming up with unique solutions that are 100% uniquely evolved to address Nigeria’s problems and can’t afford to get a visa and showcase their startups at GITEX or headquarter their companies in San Francisco or California.
The Africa Technology Expo will hold on the 27th &28th of January, 2023 at the NAF Conference Centre, Abuja. The first day will be blockchain centric while the second day will be startup &talent-centric.
Get your tickets booked today on our official website: www.africatechnologyexpo.com also for more information kindly visit our website.