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ICT Authority partners with sector players to host “Connected Summit 2022”

by Val Lukhanyu
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The ICT Authority in partnership with key ICT sector players beginning April 11th will host a four-day tech summit at Leisure Lodge Golf and Resort in Diani, Kwale County. The summit will unpack high-level discussions geared towards nurturing innovative ideas, investments and partnerships that spur the realization of Kenya’s development agenda leveraging on technology.

Under the theme – Of accelerating Digital Transformation, the summit will bring together 1000 regional and global ICT industry thought leaders, key policymakers, high profile industry champions, executives, financiers, and ICT innovators.

The summit will feature high-level discussions, a woman in Tech Stream, Waziri Golf Cup and Innovation Awards. There will also be an ICT expo featuring ICT innovations and life-changing ICT solutions from the public and private sectors that have made an impact on Kenyan lives.

Dr Kipronoh Ronoh, Acting Chief Executive Officer, ICT Authority: “The summit comes at an opportune time, especially in these Covid 19 times where all players have appreciated technology and how it can accelerate economic growth.  We look forward to hosting top ICT partners in the region for some ICT discourse all this is in line with supporting the government to realize its digital transformation strategy that leverages on ICT to drive the Big Four Agenda and Vision 2030.”

“The summit will create an opportunity for us to reflect on the ICT gains we have made as a country, key bottlenecks that the sector experiences and what public-private partnerships can do to bolster economic growth in the country,” added Dr Ronoh.

Some of the notable key projects that the Connected Summit has birthed include – Huduma Centre, E-Citizen and add others.

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