Future of technology and Technology solutions in Africa with Amb. Prof. Bitange Ndemo

May 31, 2022, 1:30 – 3:30 PM

Join us as we discuss our continent and its progress and as we look forward to enabling more developers and businesses across Africa on Tuesday, May 31st, 2022, at Africa’s Talking HQ, 23 Apple Cross, Lavington, Nairobi. Get your ticket and join us on Monday from 4:30 PM at Our offices (Limited tickets available) or through social media spaces (unlimited)!

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About this event


Bitange Ndemo is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Nairobi’s Business School. His research centers on the link between ICTs and small and medium enterprises with emphasis on how ICTs influence economic development in Africa. Prof. Ndemo is the Chairman of Kenya’s Distributed Ledgers and Artificial Intelligence Taskforce which will develop a road map for the country’s digital transformation. He is also an advisor and Board member to several organizations including Safaricom one of the leading telecommunication companies in Africa, Mpesa Foundation, and Research ICT Africa which is based in South Africa. Besides having been a Permanent Secretary of Kenya’s Ministry of Information and Communication where he was credited with facilitating many transformative ICT projects, he is a Senior Advisor to UN’s Global Pulse (Big Data initiatives) and the UNCDF’s Better than Cash Alliance. He is an Open Data/Big Data evangelist and dedicated to simplification (visualization) of data for ordinary citizens to consume. He writes two columns every week for Business Daily and Nation online.

Join us as we discuss our continent and its progress and as we look forward to enabling more developers and businesses across Africa on Tuesday, May 31st, 2022, at Africa’s Talking HQ, 23 Apple Cross, Lavington, Nairobi.

Agenda:

  1. Welcome and Ice Breakers
  2. Fireside Chat and Twitter Space
  3. AMA
  4. Networking

Benefit

  • Community
  • Knowledge
  • Network
  • Emerging Tech Use Case 

Africa's Talking community allows developers to learn skills for the modern-day African Developer. We are language and framework agnostic. All developers are welcome.

This is where Africa's Talking developers community meets to build, learn and exchange knowledge.

Helping software developers and businesses to bring their ideas to life with ease through easy-to-use APIs. 

Speaker

  • Bitange Ndemo

    University of Nairobi

    Professor of Entrepreneurship

Moderator

  • Teddy Warria

    Africas Talking

    African Entrepreneur

Featured Attendees

  • Samuel Ng'ang'a

    Samek Digital Limited

  • Badamasi Ibrahim

    Tarzana communication Nigeria limited

  • Ismaël Muyizere

    MTN Rwanda

  • Charles Oduor

    Lubao Frequency Modulation Ltd (Lubao FM)

  • Richard Asante

    Our Lady Of Grace

  • Patterson Muinde

    SPD GROUP OF COMPANIES

  • Felix Kariuki

    Programme for Capacity Development in Africa

  • Peter Ongera

    African Homestay and Safaris

  • Christine Wangeci

    Kowkabychris

  • Tuva Adams Tuva

    Adams Group

  • James Mburia

    Kaburu Mburia Farm

  • Mark Saitoti

    Road Network Limited

  • Usman Mansir

    Dan musalle tailoring center

  • Diana Owuor

    Africa Young Trade Professionals

  • Sam Kihika

    Ezen Partners Ltd

  • Justino Gemo

    Infordata, lda

  • Kataka Angatia

    Zeno Consulting

  • Josephus K M

    Atechy Technologies | Rowan.ai | Victvs Global

When

When

Tuesday, May 31, 2022
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM UTC

Agenda

1:30 PMWelcome, Introductions and Check-in
2:00 PMFireside Chat + Twitter Space
2:45 PMAMA
3:15 PMNetworking

Host

  • Michael Kimathi

    Africa's Talking

    Head of Developer Community Africa

Organizers

  • Bennett Benedict

    University of Dar Es Salaam

    Tanzania, Community Lead,

  • Veronica Michael

    Tanzania, Community Lead

  • Jessica Randall

    University of the Western Cape

    South Africa Community Lead

  • Josphat Mwangi

    Kenya Community Lead

  • Sheriffo Jarju

    Community Lead Gambia

  • Isophel Natwijuka

    Uganda Community Lead

  • Sanusi Abdulkadir

    Nigeria Kaduna Community Lead