Final Call for Startups to Apply to Pitch Live at Africa Tech Summit Nairobi 2023

The final deadline for tech startups across Africa to apply for the fifth edition of Pitch Live at Africa Tech Summit Nairobi is coming quickly with applications closing, Friday 20th of January.

Ten promising ventures will pitch their company solutions and current “ask” live on stage to 1000+ investors, corporates, and delegates to raise funding or establish partnerships. Participants will deliver a pitch followed by a Q&A session.

We are excited to host the fifth edition of Pitch Live at Africa Tech Summit, showcasing leading innovators tackling Climate, Food Security, Finance, Education, Web3, and Enterprise/SaaS in Nairobi next month. Our aim is always to try and support the ecosystem, showcasing innovative ventures while also connecting them with leading investors and corporates to drive business and investment,” said Andrew Fassnidge, Director and Founder of Africa Tech Summit.

The Africa Startup Summit is part of the fifth Africa Tech Summit that also features the Africa Money & DeFi Summit and Africa Mobile and App Summit, happening in Nairobi from 15th to 16th February. The three tracks connect tech leaders across the African and International tech ecosystems. While tech startups have experienced an influx in funding over the years, the Africa Startup Summit continues to bolster tech innovations and foster new collaborations that unlock groundbreaking solutions.

To meet eligibility requirements, startups must be African, (have at least one African co-founder or headquartered in Africa), at least three years old, have an MVP with existing traction, have a current “ask”, and must be able to attend the Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi in person. Apply to Pitch Live Now

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