Anubkumar Dharmabalan, chief growth officer at Techaffinity, a technology-driven custom software solutions company, spoke to Connecting Africa Associate Editor Matshepo Sehloho at Cybertech Africa in Rwanda.
Dharmabalan spoke about how the company is setting up shop in Rwanda and has further aspirations to expand into other African countries like South Africa.
Furthermore, he spoke about how he believes that countries in the West should give back to countries on the African continent.
"I personally believe that the next 20 years is for Africa," he asserted.
Dharmabalan said that, with its expansion into Rwanda, it has adhered to all the country's regulations.
Furthermore, he highlighted that a skills shortage in cybersecurity is also due to the lack of cybersecurity resources in the world.
"We want to train interns on cybersecurity, giving them experience from live projects. We need to train as many people as possible," he added.
Techaffinity was one of the exhibitors at Cybertech Africa held in Kigali, Rwanda.
— Matshepo Sehloho, Associate Editor, Connecting Africa