Join Start-Ups, Investors, Incubators, Entrepreneurs & Operators at the Ericsson AHUB
Calling all tech start-ups, incubators, entrepreneurs, investors, operators and developers... AfricaCom 2015 brings you its latest invitation only, grassroots, community driven feature, the Ericsson AHUB, the destination for Africa's leading tech entrepreneur, developer, venture capital, operator and vendor communities.
In partnership with Africa's leading incubators, accelerators , and innovation hubs , the Ericsson AHUB will showcase talent, facilitate partnerships and encourage investment and innovation, in a sector which has an abundance of ICT tech skills, but little industry support.
See why our partners are involved in the Ericsson AHUB
In a slick setting, alongside AfricaCom at the CTICC in Cape Town, you will:
Gain insights from presentations on how to be a successful tech innovator in Africa
Learn from incubator case studies
Hear panel discussions focussed on funding models and how to build a business case to gain finance
Understand how incubators, accelerators, venture builders and co-working areas support start-ups
As well as gaining invaluable insight into how technology innovation is being developed, funded and nurtured in Africa, you will also be able to:
Join pre-arranged 1-to-1 meetings with entrepreneurs and potential investors
Be involved with pitch to win funding
Mix with the African start-up and investor scene
Join the pre-arranged speed networking service to plug you into the tech ecosystem
The Ericsson AHUB will attract hundreds of key players from the tech start-up community. Make sure you are one of them by applying for a place at this unique get together!
We look forward to seeing you in Cape Town!
The Ericsson AHUB Team
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