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Founder & Events Director, Metropolitan Events
--, Africa Technology Business Network
Social Enterprise specialist
Managing Partner, VoguePay
Associate, Generation Investment Management
IT Lecturer Trainer, Social Entrepreneur
Founder/C.E.O, Teksight Edge limited
Data Analyst, Barclays
iOS Developer, WorldPay
Fixed Income Strategist
Vice President - Sales, Real World Technology Training and Solutions
Career coach, business mentor and trainer, The Social Trader
IT Consultant, Imperial College , Co-Founder (Artsadhu, Eduetube)
Researcher/Producer, GSMA/Africa Media Lab
Enterprise Mobile Apps Consultant / Entrepreneur, Exodus IT Solutions
Task Analyst/Risk Aggregrator Software Developer
CEO, Grow Movement
Personal Coach - Providing tailored self development for your personal and professional life, Chrysalis Studios & Life Unlock
International human rights lawyer
Content Marketer, Kwanji
Africa is definitely rising. International tech powerhouses like Microsoft, Intel, Google and IBM are increasingly targeting Africa for investment, opportunity and growth. As a tech entrepreneur you should be too.
Let’s discuss why over dinner. Meet other tech entrepreneurs, network, exchange ideas and explore opportunities to collaborate.
Joining us will be African entrepreneur Leslie Onyesoh, CEO and founder of Kwanji, an international trade payments platform for SMEs.
In an after dinner talk, Leslie will share insights from his experience launching Kwanji and why Africa is at the heart of their global strategy.
This dinner is for anyone with an interest in technology and the African market, more specifically in;
• Accessing opportunities in Africa.
• Engaging with the thriving tech community in Africa
• Supporting and working with tech entrepreneurs and developers in Africa
• Contributing to development of the continent through technology.
The Africa Technology Business Network is a specific forum designed to build a bridge between the tech communities in the UK and Africa. The goal is to foster collaboration, skill sharing and co-innovation between the two tech ecosystems.
The price includes private dining experience with after dinner speaker, 2 course dinner with wine plus highly curated and relevant networking.
P.S. We're offering complimentary cab rides home (£15) thanks to our partner, Get Taxi! on first download of the app. Details on the night.