African Women in Tech (East Africa Conference) | July 21-22

African Women in Tech (East Africa Conference) | July 21-22

IBOM LLC the parent company of is proud to announce our upcoming African Women in Tech Conference (East Africa Edition) set to take place on July 21 – 22, 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya.

The African Women in Tech conference has been made possible through a partnership between IBOM LLC (Innov8tiv), TechMoran, and the Chandaria Business, Innovation, and Incubation Center.

African Women in Tech (East Africa Conference) | July 21-22

The event will be geared towards:

Ø Spark an interest in tech among young girls and motivate them to delve into tech.

Ø Bring together professional women to act as role models to the aspiring female tech professionals.

Ø Provide a platform for sharing and asking questions on challenges women face within the tech space.

The Africa Women in Tech conference will be the only of its kind to provide the attendee a unique combination of deep-dive, hands-on tech workshops, information and discussions about careers in tech and how to pursue them; and connection and networking opportunities with other women in various aspects and careers in technology.

Most events about women in tech tend to focus mainly on coding, but this event will focus on about all aspects of careers pertaining to technology. This conference will bring together women from many different types of jobs in tech and at every level from students to senior executives.

The venue for the event will be at the Business and Students’ Services Centre (BSSC) at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya. It will be a two days event (Thursday and Friday) on July 21 – 22, starting at 8 AM running to 7 PM.

It is a FREE Admission event, but you need to RSVP before the D-Day arrives as space is limited. Click here to RSVP now.

Brands can also use this opportunity to create awareness and network with attendees to the event, about how to pitch your brand at the African Women in Tech (East Africa Conference). For more information about out our sponsors section email

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