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Venture Applications Open for the Africa Tech Summit Investment Showcase

African tech ventures can now apply to pitch at the Africa Tech Summit investment showcase in Nairobi in Feb 2024.

African tech ventures can now apply to pitch at the Africa Tech Summit (ATS) investment showcase scheduled to take place in Nairobi, Kenya on February 14th and 15th, 2024.

The annual investment showcase is a cornerstone of Africa Tech Summit, which aims to bring together investors, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and industry leaders from across Africa, driving business and investment forward in the ecosystem.

Selected ventures will showcase their ground-breaking ideas to a diverse audience of local and international investors and tech leaders, opening doors to potential funding and strategic partnerships. Additionally, they will have full access to the two-day summit including workshops and networking sessions.

Previous ATS investment showcase editions have enabled ventures to successfully secure funding, and partnerships, and drive media awareness, highlighting the Summit’s aim of connecting industry leaders, ventures, and investors.


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Edwin Lubanga, CTO and Co-Founder of Snark Health, a previous participating venture shared, “The post-event traction was remarkable. We established valuable partnerships with local companies.” “The pitch recording and media coverage generated significant brand visibility, leading to a surge in sign-ups and downloads for our patient and doctor apps.”

To apply, ventures must be African, with at least one African co-founder or headquartered in Africa, have a product or service that is innovative and designed for scale and must be able to present in person at the summit.

Applications are open (CLICK HERE TO APPLY) here until December 19th, 2023 and applicants will be selected on a rolling basis, and early submission is advised.

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