TechCabal’s Inaugural Moonshot Conference Set for October 11

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African tech leaders and investors are expected to gather in Lagos, Nigeria, in October to Technological cabalInaugural Moonshot Conference.

Among them are Gbenga Agboola, CEO of Flutterwave, Anu Adasolum; Founder and CEO, Sabi and Marlon Nichols; Founding Managing Partner at MaC Venture Capital.

The two-day pan-African conference aims to bring together the boldest thinkers and doers in the African technology ecosystem who are building disruptive solutions to solve the continent’s most pressing problems. Highly sought-after global and African venture capitalists, startup founders, other entrepreneurs and keynote speakers will be joined by more than 2,000 delegates to answer the question: “How can we build radical solutions to the problems the most urgent on the continent?

Moonshot will address a range of topical concerns and sectors with 5 key content tracks including: The Future of Commerce – covering changes in fintech, banking, payment logistics and e-commerce, Big Tech & Enterprise – covering global tech giants, banks and telecommunications companies. and Data Centers and Emerging Tech Fest – tackling big changes in artificial intelligence and machine learning, virtual reality and augmented reality, and Web 3 and the metaverse.

Other topics will include a Startup Festival that will bring together venture capital executives, a Startup Clinic and conversations on the state of startup funding as well as a discussion on the creative economy that will cover content creation and entertainment .

Through keynotes, interactive panels, breakout sessions, and one-on-one networking opportunities, Moonshot by TechCabal creates a platform for technology enthusiasts and experts to engage in insightful conversations that will ultimately lead to collaborations. Leading African technology experts and thought leaders confirmed to speak include Ope Adeoye, CEO of OnePipe; Eloho Omame, co-founder of FirstCheck Africa; Miishe Addy, co-founder and CEO of Jetstream Africa; and Hannah Subayi Kamuanga, Country CEO & Equity Expert at PROPARCO.

TechCabal’s inaugural Moonshot is sponsored by Flutterwave and PiggyVest, among others, and is open to global and African venture capitalists, start-up founders, prominent tech CEOs, entry-level professionals and technology employees. technology industry, students and technical support organizations. .

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