Africa Tech Summit has today announced a partnership with pioneering Nigerian fintech Raenest to host the 6th edition of the summit in Nairobi, Kenya from February 14th to 15th 2024 at the Sarit Centre Expo — where over 1,000+ African and international industry leaders, investors, and startups from across the African tech ecosystem are expected to converge.
“We are thrilled to be the main sponsor of next year’s Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi, a platform that showcases African innovation and excellence,” Victor Alde, CEO and Co-Founder of Raenest expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration.
The two parties aim to foster innovation, growth, and collaborations within the African tech ecosystem.
Raenest has been at the forefront of streamlining global financial operations for African remote workers and startups. Leveraging its digital platform, Geegpay, African talents can create USD, GBP, and EUR virtual bank accounts and accept payments worldwide.
Alde said in a press statement their products, Raenest and Geegpay, reflect the commitment to progress and growth by providing a seamless way for businesses and freelancers in Africa to manage their global receivables and expenses. “We believe that Raenest and Geegpay will enable entrepreneurs and professionals to thrive and access global opportunities, and we are excited to be a part of this exciting journey,” he stated.
Building on the success of the last two sold-out editions, Africa Tech Summit Nairobi 2024 will feature four tracks: Africa Money & DeFi Summit, the Africa Climate Tech & Investment Summit, the Africa Startup Summit, and the Africa Mobile & App Summit.
Africa Tech Summit Nairobi will have a diverse agenda of fireside chats, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and masterclass sessions providing a platform for knowledge sharing and exclusive networking opportunities.
With over 1,300+ delegates and 729 companies from 59 countries attending the fifth edition as well as other previous summits, the summit has evolved into one of the industry’s largest and most energetic gatherings of the African tech ecosystem.
Andrew Fassnidge Founder of Africa Tech Summit commenting on the partnership said “Our vision for Africa Tech Summit has always been to help tech ventures connect and grow both across Africa and beyond — so we are excited to partner with Raenest, which strives to help ventures grow their global financial operations.”