Tech4africa 2015

Tech4africa 2015, Hackathon 2015, African tech industry

Tech4africa 2015 is the largest tech innovation, start up and entrepreneur platform in Africa. Tickets are R500 each and include entrance to the conference and Start-up Day, as well as the Hackathon, which is all sessions, workshops, and evening music. Entry will be with armbands only. Lunch is for your own account, and vendors will be available, so bring cash for lunch and beverages.

Tech4africa 2015 will focus on great content for all who attend, free Wi-Fi, coffee all day, fun at night, and an electric atmosphere you won’t find anywhere else. Placing greatest emphasis on learning, interaction, engagement and discussion, we want Tech4Africa 2015 to be a place for new ideas and to encourage people to make and change things.

The organisers don’t like suits and ties, there are no plenaries, committees and chair people. They focus on great content and value for all who attend, free Wi-Fi, coffee all day, fun at night, and an electric atmosphere you won’t find anywhere else.

Why You Should Attend

There are speakers from: World Wide Creative, Techstars, Sw7, Parcelninja, Discovery Health, PayFast, Microsoft, Junk Mail, Opera, Datawind, Gumtree, SA Florist, Nic Harry, Barclays, Memeburn and Thoughtworks. Covering disruption, eCommerce, IoT / Makers, Leadership, Marketing, Mobile, The Next Billion, Social, Startups, Tech, UX & Women in Tech.

Tech4Africa 2015 will have 12 tracks, 4 event days, with 79 excellent speakers in 70 sessions. They cover topical, relevant subjects you won’t find in Powerpoint sales pitches. Disruption, eCommerce, IoT / Makers, Leadership, Marketing, Mobile, The Next Billion, Social, Startups, Tech, UX & Women in Tech.

They congregate the African tech industry. Expect to meet: marketeers, entrepreneurs,technologists, opinion leaders, business strategists, start­‐ups, educators, corporates, journalists,tweeters, bloggers, developers, VC’s and more. So there is plenty of opportunity for meeting new people.

 

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