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AfriLabs partners with Builders.ai to bolster innovation in Africa

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AfriLabs has joined forces with Builder.ai to fuel innovation across Africa.

AfriLabs, is the largest renowned pan-African organization dedicated to fostering innovation hubs and uniting stakeholders, whereas Builder.ai is an AI-driven software that simplifies software project development for both technical and non-technical users, organizations, and platforms.

“This strategic collaboration opens the door for Builder.ai to enter the African market, establishing trust among regional stakeholders. Simultaneously, it promises substantial benefits for the African innovation and technology ecosystem by granting access to Builder.ai Studio Pro and associated tools.”

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This contribution is set to propel innovation and foster economic growth throughout the African continent.

According to reports by TechCabal, the official announcement of this partnership occurred during the recently concluded AfriLabs Annual Gathering event in Kigali, Rwanda, held from October 11 to 13.

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During the event, both organizations formalized their collaboration by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

The gathering served as a platform for innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and other key players from across Africa to explore opportunities for advancing the digital economy on the continent.

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Chief Operating Officer at AfriLabs, Ajibola Odukoya stated, “Builder.ai’s platform is a perfect fit for the African landscape. It leverages AI and machine learning to automate app development, enabling individuals without coding expertise to bring their ideas to market faster and more efficiently, complete with scalable infrastructure. This is a game-changing opportunity for African entrepreneurs and innovators, who often possess brilliant solutions for local and global challenges but lack the time, resources and technical skills required to build the necessary apps and software for business or initiative growth.”

On his part, Varghese Cherian who is the Chief Revenue Officer of Builder.ai, added, “This strategic partnership empowers us to expand our offerings across Africa, supporting businesses ranging from startups to enterprises in accelerating their digital transformation. We are enthusiastic about collaborating with AfriLabs to contribute to the ongoing progress of the entire continent.”

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Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu is a Tech enthusiast, happy to delve deeper into the African tech space covering Social Media, AI, Startups, Telcos, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, Women in Tech and all matters Tech. Write to me @[email protected]

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