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AfriLabs, Builder.ai Partner to Build the Future of African Tech

AfriLabs and Builder.ai signed a Memorandum of Understanding to drive innovation and growth in Africa's tech and innovation landscape. PHOTO: AfriLabs

AfriLabs and Builder.ai signed a Memorandum of Understanding to drive innovation and growth in Africa's tech and innovation landscape. PHOTO: AfriLabs

At the recently ended 2023 AfriLabs Annual Gathering event, which took place in Kigali, Rwanda this month, AfriLabs announced a new partnership with Builder.ai to drive innovation and growth in Africa’s tech and innovation landscape.

The partnership will give Builder.ai access to the African market, allowing the company to grow trust within the market and relevant stakeholders. In turn, this alliance will be significant for the African innovation and technology ecosystem as it will provide access to Builder.ai Studio Pro and tools. This contribution will drive innovation and economic growth across Africa.

Ajibola Odukoya, Chief Operating Officer at AfriLabs, said Builder.ai’s platform plays perfectly into the African context as it uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate app-building processes, making it possible for people without coding experience to move to market faster, and more efficiently and with ready to scale infrastructure.

“This is a game-changer for African entrepreneurs and innovators, who often have great ideas to solve local and international problems but lack the time, resources, and technical expertise to build the apps and software they need to grow their businesses or initiatives,” remarked Odukoya.

Varghese Cherian, Chief Revenue Officer of Builder.ai remarked that this strategic partnership will enable them to expand their offering across Africa and assist all companies from startups to enterprises with acceleration and digitization.

“We are excited to work with AfriLabs and contribute to the continued growth of the entire continent,” he noted.

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