In about 24 hours our speakers from around the globe will be pouring a hot cup of coffee and firing up their laptops at our virtual stages. We can't wait to connect with the lead of startup programs at Paystack; Nubi Kay, Managing Director at Branch International; Dayo Ademola, Klump Technologies' Co-Founder; Celestine Omin, Country Manager at Stitch; Benjamin Dada and Co Founder of Vesti; Olusola Amusan.
While we have fine-tuned our online environment (we think you’re going to be impressed), please take a moment to ensure you’re fully prepared:
Join us virtually on Tuesday to support gender equal entrepreneurial ecosystems by empowering women to engage with entrepreneurship, whether as founders, funders or team members, with a commitment to increasing the number of women entrepreneurs starting high growth ventures.
Money Laundering: The biggest threat to the future of African Fintechs
With the advancement of technology, financial services are now more improved and automated. However, this has also given rise to financial crimes such as money laundering. As a result of the increase in the initiation of online transactions and unlimited money flow, the transaction of anonymous accounts facilitate money laundering for criminals. The rise of digital money has also aided criminals in their laundering activities. During this session on Tuesday, Gbenga Odegbami, CEO of Youverify will be talking about money laundering: the biggest threat to the future of African Fintechs.
Working in tech is a goal that so many people have because it's a field where a degree is not necessary, it pays well, career progression is faster when compared to other industries and as a tech worker you are globally employable. Join us on Saturday to converse about different tech roles, meet potential employers and understand what’s next for you in the tech job industry.
The 3Ds of Decentralization, Decarbonization and Digitization have continued to shape the advancement of the electricity industry especially along the lines of policy, energy source and speed of execution. Join us as we discuss with industry leaders and segment experts how these factors affect the future of energy access in Nigeria, across Africa and beyond. Amazing speakers you will meet at Energy Tech on Friday:
Femi Bakare - CEO, Fenchurch Group
Dipo Okuribido - VP, Legal - Verod Capital
Tolulope Falola - CEO, Digiscape Solutions Ltd
Moderator / Anchor - Mojola Ola - Director, Marketing, Business Development & Access to Energy - Schneider Electric , Anglophone West Africa
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