3rd Edition of Nairobi Tech Week to Discuss the Role of Technology in Problem Solving for Africa’s Future


Moringa School has announced the 3rd Edition of Nairobi Tech Week whose aim is to bring all actors and influencers in the tech ecosystem in one space, fostering conversations and learnings around various relevant technology-related topics.

Themed “The Role of Technology in Problem Solving for Africa’s Future.” the event is set for Thur., April 19 – Sat., April 21, 2018 at Nairobi’s Strathmore University in conjunction with the title sponsor; Microsoft.

“Our aim is to launch a community-driven tech event focused on developers, thought leaders within the tech space as well as the best innovations in Sub Saharan Africa” says Sandra Mukidza, NTW’s main event organiser.

Nairobi Tech Week presents a 3-day event packed with panel discussions, workshops and a hackathon with incredible prizes to be won.

Other sponsors include Visa, Facebook, Safaricom JUMO, Github, Liquid Telecom,Google and iBizAfrica.

For the first time, Nairobi Tech Week will host Nairobi Tech week Awards, in a bid to recognise companies playing influential roles and driving impact within Silicon Savannah.

Other partners working with Nairobi Tech Week include iHub, Africa’s Talking, Swahili Box, AngelHack, M-Power, CBO and Metta. In previous years Nairobi Tech Week has had global title sponsors like Facebook and Twitter